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Broadband debacle puts 100 rural jobs at risk

Wednesday, 5th September, 2018 9:54am

Story by Siobhan Holliman
Broadband debacle puts 100 rural jobs at risk
Broadband debacle puts 100 rural jobs at risk

MORE than 120 jobs in a thriving North Galway business estate are at a potential risk due to promised fibre broadband not being provided.
The Milltown Business Park was like a ghost town ten years ago at the height of the recession but in the past few years the community-built initiative has succeeded in attracting a variety of companies to locate there.
Now there are concerns that a failure to extend high-speed fibre broadband from the village, a few hundred metres down the road, to the business park will put existing jobs at risk and deter others from establishing in the area.

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