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Canadian tech company creating 150 new jobs in Galway

Canadian mobile technology company SOTI have announced that they are creating 150 new jobs in Galway as part of a €20 million investment. The company...

Former Central Bank governor tells Galway audience the 2008 crash cost us €37 billion

Speaking at a conference at NUI Galway, former governor of the Central Bank Patrick Honohan said the 2008 banking crisis cost the Irish people...

Galway city rents have jumped to over €1,000 this year

The cost to rent a property in Galway city has risen by 7.6 percent in the past year, with an average price of €1,065. That...

Public consultations get underway on €450 million Ceannt development

The public consultation process has opened on developer Gerry Barrett's €450 million plan for a new urban quarter on an 8.2 acre site next...

Aldi to stock food by Loughrea family run-business beginning next year

A family-run business from Loughrea will see its food on the shelves of 133 Aldi stores across the country from January 2019, after being...

Multinational financial services company to double Galway workforce

The multinational financial services company EY is planning to double the number of people employed at its Galway office, adding 35 new jobs. The firm...

Galway based Smyths Toys passes half a billion in UK sales

The Galway based Smyths Toys has broken a massive sales record, with sales in the UK passing half a billion euro for the first...

Galway based Corrib Food Products sells to Spar owner

Local food producer Corrib Food Products has been bought by the Irish food retail and wholesale giant BWG Foods. Corrib Food Products is a local...

Galway medtech start-up sells in deal worth up to €130 million.

The Galway based medtech start-up Novate Medical has been bought by British healthcare group BTG in deal that could be worth up to $150...

Galway businessman closes deal to purchase Sunday Business Post

Galway businessman Enda O'Coineen, chairman of the Kilcullen Kapital investment group, has finalised a deal to buy the Sunday Business Post. Mr O'Coineen was advised on...

Galway has 100 pubs less than it did 13 years ago

Galway has almost 100 less pubs than it did in 2005 according to the Drinks Industry Group Ireland. According to figures released by the DIGI,...

Multi-million expansion by Loughrea pharma giant to create 350 jobs in Galway

Ireland's largest domestic pharmaceutical company will create 350 jobs in Galway over the next five years at a new manufacturing facility in Loughrea. The Loughrea...
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Kiltullagh/ Athenry Road blocked after crash

The Kiltullagh to Athnery Rd (R348) remains blocked between Kiltullagh itself and the M6 flyover after a crash this afternoon.The road has been blocked...

Coronavirus: 51 deaths and 2,608 cases, 132 in Galway

The Department of Health has reported 132 new cases of Covid-19 in Galway this evening, taking the number of cases reported here in the...

Doctors and nurses at Galway Clinic still waiting for vaccine

Consultant Cardiologist Brendan O’Cochlain has said that doctors and nurses at the Galway Clinic still haven’t received the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine. Speaking on Nuacht a...

Galway Captain Jack Glynn named U20 Football Player of the Year

The Galway U20 Football side has been recognised for its incredible achievements, with Captain Jack Glynn and Manager Donal Ó Fátharta being named Player...