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Galway Community Circus seeks General Manager

Galway Community Circus is seeking a candidate for the new position of General Manager as it prepares for Galway European Capital of Culture 2020. As...

Finding the right career path for you with a helping hand

Plenty of people find themselves stuck in a job, or even winding down a career path they don't enjoy, simply because they don't know...

Galway software start-up doubles workforce since being bought by US company

Galway-based software firm Altocloud has doubled its workforce here since being acquired by US tech-giant Genesys earlier this year. The artificial intelligence company founded by...

Galway Local Enterprise Office created nearly 100 jobs last year

Start-ups receiving financial support from the Local Enterprise Office created 95 jobs in Galway last year, up from 79 in 2016. Companies receiving assistance from...

GRETB hiring 26 new teachers in Galway for the upcoming year

The Galway-Roscommon Education and Training Board is advertising positions for 26 new teachers at nine schools in Galway. Teachers are needed across a wide range...

Financial Services firm announces new jobs in Galway

Financial Services firm EY has announced 520 new jobs at its Galway office and around Ireland. The financial services consultancy firm has a high demand...

U.S. tech company adding 30 jobs in Galway

Californian tech company Cisco is adding 30 new software development jobs in Galway as it expands its Irish operations. Cisco has announced that it will...

“Ireland doesn’t want me” – Why a new generation is still leaving

Oisín Garrity has given up on Ireland. When asked why he chose to move to Vietnam, the now 28-year-old Bundoran native says simply, “I...
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Lottery and gambling advertising should stop during crisis – TD

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Coronavirus: EU approves Ireland’s €200m business support scheme

The EU Commission has given its approval to the Irish government's €200 million scheme to financially support businesses badly affected by the coronavirus pandemic. The...

Veterinary Council of Ireland issues guidance to vets during crisis

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