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Jaguar Land Rover to create 150 jobs in the West of Ireland

Jaguar Land Rover has confirmed plans to open a software engineering centre and create 150 jobs in the west of Ireland in 2018. Working alongside...

Enterprise Ireland to give €50k funding to 15 start-ups

Enterprise Ireland’s first Competitive Start Fund (CSF) of the year will open to all sectors for applications on Tuesday 23rd January. The €750,000 fund will give...

Brexit – Where are we now and.. what next for Irish business?

The events of the last few weeks were, without doubt, a testing time in the negotiations on the UK's exit from the European Union. Whilst...

More than 50 jobs to be created by Italian company

Italian company Antares Vision announced today it is to establish a Software Development Centre in Galway, creating 53 jobs. The jobs will be created over five years in...

Leading UK innovation company opens first Irish office in Galway

A leading innovation company in the UK has announced it will be opening its Irish office in Galway. Cresco, which secures grants and funding for...

Galway scoops top prizes at IPB Pride of Place Awards

Galway was among the winners of the IPB Pride of Place Awards which took place last night in Letterkenny. In the cities competition, The Village...

This Saturday is much more important than Black Friday

After having Black Friday and Cyber Monday forced on us, some people have had enough with made-up days used as a marketing strategy by...

Amazing new taxi app for students to be launched

Looking for a taxi can sometimes be a challenge. And it can be made almost impossible if you somehow end up without a phone, cash...

Leading Panama Papers journalist labels Apple’s tax rate as “very very low”

The Apple tax case is one which just won't go away. At the final meetings of the European Parliament's Panama Papers inquiry committee today, journalist Simon...

Dublin’s economic success is quickening the speed of development in rural Ireland

The West of Ireland is offering more and more families an escape from the pressures of Dublin, according to the organisers of a major...

Supermacs owner awarded highest honour by GMIT

The owner of Supermacs Pat McDonagh has been awarded an honorary fellowship, the highest honour GMIT  can confer. Described as a businessman, innovator and entrepreneur...

Tanaiste to open new Galway technology campus creating 200 jobs

Tanaiste Frances Fitzgerald will be in Galway next Tuesday (7th November) to officially open MetLife’s new Global Technology campus. The US insurance company's new campus will...
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One of Ireland's favourite animals - the hedgehog - is the subject of a new national survey led by researchers at NUIG and the...