DFS local manager Alan O’Mahoney (right) and his team with Joe Canning at the opening of the new DFS store in Galway.

DFS Galway now open for business

Galway gave a warm welcome last weekend to sofa manufacturer and retailer, DFS, who opened a stunning new store brimming with design inspiration and amazing value in the Well Park Retail Park, on the...
Minister Eoghan Murphy

Minister addresses Galway conference on urban growth

The Minster for Housing, Planning and Local Government, Eoghan Murphy will be joined by National Transport Authority CEO Anne Graham and Land Development Agency chairman John Moran at a major conference on urban development...

State scheme offers hope to homeowners

A leading finance expert has offered hope to Galway’s distressed mortgage holders by insisting that those who are eligible for the Government’s mortgage-to-rent scheme should never lose their home. Changes to the original schemes eligibility...
Pictured at the Port of Galway celebrating leading Irish metal recycling company, Oran Metal Group’s 50 years in business, along with the announcement of a further one million euro investment annually in the company’s sustainability programme is (l-r) CEO of the Port of Galway, Conor O'Dowd; Harbour Master Captain Brian Sheridan; Managing Director of Oran Metal Group, Patrick Walsh; General Manager of Galway Metal Company Ltd, Mark Casserly; and General Manager of City of Galway Shipping, Tom McElwain. With three sites nationwide in Galway, Limerick and Laois, Oran Metal Group, headquartered in Oranmore, is at the forefront of sustainable recycling, exporting recycled steel as raw material to steel mills in southern Europe. Photo:-Mike Shaughnessy

Oran Metal Group marks its half century with new sustainability programme

Irish metal recycling company, Oran Metal Group has marked its 50th year in business with the announcement of an annual one million euro investment in the company’s sustainability programme. With three sites nationwide in Galway,...

Revive Active open’s state of the art manufacturing plant

Heather Humphreys, Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation officially opened Revive Active’s new manufacturing plant in Mullingar.  With an investment of over €500,000, the award-winning health supplement business, founded by Daithi O’Connor, began manufacturing...
IHF Galway branch chairman Nigel Canavan

Hotels feel Brexit effect

Business sentiment amongst Galway hotels and guesthouses has deteriorated sharply year on year, representing a stark change in outlook over the past twelve months. That’s according to the Irish Hotels Federation – and it’s a...


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