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Minister Coveney visits Galway for unveiling of 100 new jobs at two companies

More than 100 new jobs will be created in Galway between the expansion of two major companies working in the city. Minister for Enterprise, Trade,...

Galway To Open 350+ Job Roles: Know-How

The opening of a brand new, state-of-the-art office in Galway this week will generate over three hundred and fifty jobs for large firms in...

Galway medtech companies leading €6.8 million Solascope project

€6.8 million in funding has been awarded to a medtech research and development project led by two Galway companies. Ministers Simon Coveney and Simon Harris...

Minister breaks ground on Dexcom facility in Athenry which will create 1,000 jobs

Minister for Enterprise Simon Coveney broke ground on the massive new Dexcom medical devices being built outside Athenry on Friday. The manufacturing facility, which was...

Emergency Business Flooding Schemes relief extended to Galway

The Emergency Business Flooding Schemes have been extended to businesses, clubs, and groups in Galway which have been affected by Storm Debi. Storm Debi caused...

Galway businesses urged to apply for Kerosene grant scheme

Businesses in Galway are being encouraged to apply for Business Users Support Scheme for Kerosene before it closes this month. To date, eight businesses in...

Galway company Joulica creating 40 new jobs

Galway based analytics company Joulica will be creating 40 new jobs over the next three years following a funding round. The company, which provides analytics...

Hewlett Packard creating 150 new jobs in Galway based Centre of Excellence

Hewlett Packard Enterprise has announced the creation of 150 new jobs in Galway as they expand operations at their Ballybrit campus. The new technical roles...

Freudenberg Medical announces 100 new jobs at Spiddal facility

Freudenberg Medical has announced that 100 new jobs are being created at their manufacturing facility in Spiddal, with recruitment already underway. Chief Executive of the...

Small businesses encouraged to avail of energy efficiency grant

Small businesses across Galway city and county are being encouraged to check their eligibility for a new support that could help them reduce their...

Lidl to create over 20 new jobs in Galway this year

Lidl has announced that more than 20 new jobs will be created in Galway this year, with the retailer set to create 700 new...

Local Enterprise Office Galway client companies created 221 jobs last year

Companies supported by the Local Enterprise Office in Galway created more than 220 new jobs last year. Figures for 2022 show that LEO Galway was...

Anti-war group takes to city streets backing Sabina’s call for peace

A local peace group is taking to Shop Street in Galway city today to support Sabina Higgins’ call for peace negotiations to resolve the...

Serious problems within Freedom of Information system Farrell claims

Galway TD Mairead Farrell has said that the Freedom of Information system in Ireland is seriously lacking and abused by the deletion of records. The...

Latest Daft.ie rental report makes for ‘grim reading’

The latest Daft.ie rental report for the second quarter of 2021 makes for 'grim reading', Galway East Sinn Féin's Louis O'Hara has said. The report...

City Council calls for government to award medals for Jadotville veterans

Galway City Council passed a motion this week calling for the government to award veterans of the Siege of Jadotville the Medal for Gallantry...

No confidence motion in Tánaiste to be debated in Dáil tonight

TDs will vote on a motion of no confidence in Leo Varadkar this evening at the Convention Centre following a two-hour debate. Sinn Féin tabled...

Tourists Arriving in Droves – A Disservice to Our Sacrifice

On 12 March, the government shut all schools, colleges, childcare facilities and cultural institutions, and advised cancelling large gatherings. A few days later, the...

170 citizens to return from Australia after successful departure today

A plane carrying 170 Irish citizens has taken off from Perth, Australia this afternoon and should arrive in Ireland tomorrow after stopping off in...

Thousands of young Irish people ‘stranded’ in Australia

Thousands of young Irish people are stranded in Australia because of the coronavirus pandemic and are ‘begging’ for their government’s help right now. That's according...

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