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The ‘Ballinasloe Says No’ group are urging members of the public to lodge submissions in respect of a new application for a permit to operate a waste transfer station in Ballinasloe before tomorrow, Friday, January 15.
Galway-based multi-award winning recruitment agency, Pale Blue Dot® Recruitment, has seen an unprecedented number of vacancies open up in the MedTech sector at the beginning of 2021. The MedTech sector currently employs over 40,000 people in Ireland and is the second largest employer of MedTech professionals in Europe, per capita. As many as nine of the world’s top 10 MedTech companies have a base in Ireland.
Property: Southpark, Ahascragh, Ballinasloe, County Galway, H53C1W3
Last year has proven to be a record year for sales at well-known Galway based auctioneer O’Donnellan & Joyce despite the ongoing pandemic. The results come after the company reels in its year of private treaty successes over the past 12 months and plans ahead for 2021. With nearly 40 years of experience selling homes and commercial property in Galway city and county, there is no part of Galway unknown to the team at ODJ.
The current Miss Galway who works as a medical scientist at University Hospital Galway has spoken of the hope that the rollout of the Covid 19 vaccine has given society.
Marty Walsh, the Mayor of Boston, who has been nominated to the post of Labor Secretary by US President-elect Joe Biden, has been invited to visit Galway during his term of office.
Local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten, has welcomed a high level meeting between the Tánaiste and the enterprise agencies regarding Ballinasloe but acknowledged it must now be followed through with “a determined effort by all agencies, especially the IDA, to promote the town of Ballinasloe and all it has to offer”.
Galway senior ladies football manager Tim Rabbitt has decided to step down from his role, believing a "believe a change of vision and voice is required".
This drawing of Blake’s Castle was done in 1847 by George Victor Du Noyer, a Dublin born artist, geologist, and antiquarian who spent much of his life recording natural features and archeological sites around the country in the 19th century.
At early Mass on Christmas morning 1842, there was a dreadful accident at Galway’s Pro-Cathedral during which 37 people were killed, and many more were injured. Known as the Parish Church, and completed just twenty-one years before, it was by far the largest Catholic church in the town, surprisingly built in preCatholic Emancipation times.