West suffers lower than national average rate of business failures

Just nine per cent of the country’s corporate insolvencies last month were based in the west – with more than two-thirds of the total occurring in Leinster alone. That’s according to...

Landmark pub is ‘headline’ property for major auction

O’Donnellan and Joyce Auctioneers will be putting 30 properties under the hammer at a bumper auction next month. Colm O’Donnellan said the auction will have a tremendous mix of properties throughout...

Councillor claims Tuam is dying on its feet

By Declan Tierney The town of Tuam is dying on its feet . . . this was the claim made by a local town councillor and prominent businessman as he vowed to try and...

Galway restaurant joins Euro-toque ranks

The chefs at Galway city restaurant, Brasserie on the Corner, have joined the ranks of Euro-toque, the pan European organisation established in 1986, which is committed to protect culinary traditions and best principles of...

Claddagh National School celebrates 80 years

Claddagh National School’s 80th anniversary celebrations begin this evening, Friday, 14th June, with the launch of a book of stories and photos spanning the 80-year history of the school. The week-long...

Galway entrepreneurs to share success stories at city seminar

Fintrax entrepreneur Gerry Barry and SCCUL Entrepreneurship Award winners Channel Mechanics will be the key note speakers at a seminar for SME’s in the Clayton Hotel Galway on Wednesday next, June 26, at 6pm....

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