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Calls for government intervention to prevent Ballinasloe job losses

There have been calls for government agencies to create a taskforce to protect jobs in Ballinasloe in light of potential job losses at Aptar. The...

Funding for Trading Online Voucher Scheme “falls significantly short” of what’s needed

The funding levels for the Trading Online Voucher Scheme falls "significantly short" of what is needed to help support businesses recovering from COVID-19 Galway...

Childcare providers accuse government of failing children with extra needs

Childcare providers are accusing the government of failing children with additional needs with its plan to reopen the sector at the end of the...

Builín Blasta’s beloved sauces come to supermarket shelves around Galway

Cafés and restaurants are having to find new ways to connect with their customers in the Covid-19 crisis, and Builín Blasta Café & Bakery...

Galway SMEs urged to apply for new supports announced by An Post

An East Galway TD is urging Galway's SME sector to avail of new supports announced by An Post which include a 25% discount on...

Coronavirus: €2,500 vouchers available to help small businesses with online trading

The Trading Online Voucher Scheme has been massively expanded to offer even more businesses vouchers of up to €2,500 to support digital enterprise. The scheme...

Business Forum needed to support Covid-19 recovery city councillor says

Calls have been made for the city council to establish a Business Forum with stakeholders to address challenges facing industries in the Covid-19 crisis. City...

Government announces major expansion of supports for businesses

A major expansion of supports for businesses impacted by COVID-19 has been announced. Minister Heather Humphreys announced that a package worth €1 billion in liquidity measures...

Businesses offered up to €2,500 in scheme to help with trading online

Businesses in Galway are being encouraged to look into a scheme which offers financial assistance of up to €2,500 along with training and advice...

County Council confirms commercial rates deferred to end of June

Galway County Council has confirmed that it is deferring the payment of commercial rates from businesses badly hit by Covid-19 until the end of...

Coronavirus: Vouchers up to €10,000 available for Galway businesses

Galway businesses affected by the coronavirus crisis can take advantage of supports available, including vouchers from €2,500 up to €10,000 (with 50:50...

‘Preparing your business for Customs’ workshop

With Brexit coming in the new year, Irish businesses are being advised to prepare for dealing with some form of Customs checks in trading...

Creative Makers returning to show the best of Galway’s craftspeople

The Creative Makers pop-up shop will be returning to Galway city this holiday season to showcase the work of Galway's finest artisans and craft...

Start-up support programme extended in Galway by popular demand

A new initiative helping people in Galway interested in establishing their own start-up company has been extended due to the high level of interest. The...

Galway start up wins second place at Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur competition

A Galway woman has been named as runner-up in the Best Business Idea category in the Ireland's Best Young Entrepreneur competition. Local Enterprise Office Galway’s...

Galway start up gearing up for Best Young Entrepreneur national finals

Correction: an earlier version of this article incorrectly stated that Elizabeth McGloughlin is from Galway. She is from Limerick and did her Masters here. The...

Applications open for stands at Food and Craft Gift Fair

The ever popular Food and Craft Gift Fair is returning to the Black Box Theatre this November, and there's still time to apply for...

Mayor of Galway to open Creative Makers pop-up shop

Mayor of Galway Mike Cubbard will officially open the 3rd annual Creative Makers Galway summer pop-up shop at the Cornstore in the coming weeks. The Creative...

Galway woman headed to national final of the Best Young Entrepreneur competition

An enterprising Galway woman is set to represent the city and county at the Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur national final. 30-year-old Elizabeth McGloughlin of Tympany...

Customs training workshop for businesses that trade with the UK

Galway's Local Enterprise Office is holding a Customs Training workshop for local businesses that trade with the UK to prepare for Brexit. The workshop will...
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Coronavirus: No deaths and 68 new COVID-19 cases

There have been no deaths associated with COVID-19 reported by the Department of Health today, but 68 new cases have been confirmed. There has now...

Mains repairs to cause water outages in Oranmore on Monday

Residents of Oranmore may experience water outages and some traffic disruption on Monday caused by repair works taking place on water mains in town. Irish...

Fundraiser set up for mother of four sick children whose story touched hearts across Galway

An online fundraising campaign has been set up for a mother of four sick children in Kinvara after she shared her story on Liveline...

Former Tuam Mayor welcomes €75,000 for Quiet Man Greenway feasibility study

Former Tuam Mayor Martin Ward has welcomed the allocation of €75,000 for a feasibility study to be carried out on the Quiet Man greenway...

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