Fine Gael TD for Galway West & Mayo South

Monthly Archives: July 2016

Construction of New Oughterard Sewerage Scheme Plant to start next month

The construction of the new Oughterard Sewerage Scheme Plant will start next month, Irish Water has confirmed to me today. The new plant is part of a €4.2 million investment in the Oughterard Sewerage Scheme by Irish Water which will increase the capacity of the treatment facility to serve the town and surrounding area. This… Continue Reading

New Arts and Culture Capital Scheme Open for Applications

Funding of €9 million has been announced by my colleague the Minister for Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs, Heather Humphreys TD, for the new Arts and Culture Capital Scheme which will run from 2016-2018. Arts and cultural centres across Galway, Mayo and the West can now apply for funding under the scheme. The… Continue Reading

New EU deal is great news for Galway dairy farmers

A new aid package for the EU Agriculture sector, with particular emphasis on the dairy sector, has been agreed at €500m on an EU wide basis. Ireland is to receive €11.1m million in the package which is great news for Galway’s dairy farmers. The way the overall package is structured is also very beneficial to the Irish… Continue Reading

Proxy Biomedical Ltd, An Spidéal le forbairt €3.5 milliún a dhéanamh agus 35 post nua a chruthú

D’fhógair Proxy Biomedical Ltd go bhfuil siad ag tabhairt faoi forbairt suntasach ar an láthair atá acu ar An Spidéal, Co. na Gaillimhe le infheistíocht de €3.5 milliún. Tá Údarás na Gaeltachta ag tacú leis an fhorbairt agus cruthófar 35 post nua dá bharr. Déanann Proxy Biomedical Ltd táirgí leighis a dhearadh, a fhorbairt agus… Continue Reading

Proxy Biomedical Ltd, a Connemara based medical device company, announces €3.5m expansion and plans to create 35 new jobs

Proxy Biomedical Ltd has announced that it is undertaking a substantial expansion at its facility in An Spidéal, Co. Galway, with a total investment of €3.5 million. The company’s development plan is supported by Údarás na Gaeltachta and will lead to the creation of 35 new jobs. Proxy Biomedical Ltd designs, develops and manufactures implantable medical… Continue Reading