17 May 2023

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Night-Time Economy Advisor for Galway due to be appointed shortly

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Night-Time Economy Advisor for Galway due to be appointed shortly

Galway Bay fm newsroom – The Night-Time Economy Advisor for Galway is due to be appointed shortly

The government announced plans last October to create the specialised, full-time positions in nine towns and cities around Ireland, to boost night-life.

Recruitment is now live in Cork, Dublin, Kilkenny and Drogheda.

Arts Minister Catherine Martin says she expects the remaining posts in Galway, Longford, Buncrana and Sligo to be filled shortly.

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