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‘I love that dance between the music and the story’

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AINDRIAS DE STAIC is a man who can look back with pride and forward with purpose as an artist. Yet, it is also through looking back that he has found he will be able to move forward as a man.

Westmeath apprentice a winner at WorldSkills Competition

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Westmeath apprentice Aaron Ronan (construction metal work) has returned from Abu Dhabi with a Medallion for Excellence.

Westmeath apprentice to compete at WorldSkills Competition

Westmeath apprentice, Aaron Ronan, will represent Ireland at the 44th WorldSkills Competition in Abu Dhabi in October.

GMIT Letterfrack student to represent Ireland in Worldskills 2017

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A student at GMIT’s National Centre for Excellence in Furniture Design and Technology in Letterfrack has been selected to join an Irish team competing in WorldSkills 2017, taking place in in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates from 14 to 19 October.

Cruise the Italian way with MSC and Fahy Travel Worldchoice

MSC is passionate about combining top quality with the best possible value so you can savour a perfect experience without worrying about the cost. That is why all its cruises include full board in the Mediterranean fusion cuisine main restaurants, and why it includes a huge number of activities on board free of charge, including pool complexes, water slides, and general activities.

Time to experience the magic of Thailand

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With over 16 million visitors every year, Thailand is easily South-East Asia's top destination. From delicious street food and bedazzling Buddhas to stunning beaches and famous full moon parties, Thailand has something to tickle every traveller's fancy.

Cruise evening with MSC and Fahy Travel Worldchoice

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Are you thinking about cruising but want to hear more? Then go along to Fahy Travel on Friday March 31 from 5pm to 8pm and meet with MSC Cruise Lines. The team at MSC are passionate about combining top quality with the best possible value so you can savour a perfect experience without worrying about the cost. That’s why all their cruises include full board in the Mediterranean fusion cuisine main restaurants, and why they include a huge number of activities on board free of charge, including pool complexes, water slides, and general activities. So MSC cruises are more than good value, they are good sense, making an MSC cruise an unbeatable experience.

MSC Cruises… the Italian way

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MSC Cruises is enthusiastic about combining top quality with the best possible value so you can savour a perfect experience without worrying about the cost. That is why all the company's cruises include full board in the ships' Mediterranean fusion cuisine main restaurants, and why it includes a huge number of activities on board free of charge, from pool complexes, water slides and general activities — including quizzes, group games, and competitions, children's and teens' clubs — to the fitness facilities, library, casino, live music, and spectacular evening shows. Plus it offers a wide choice of money-saving packages to help you plan and budget everything in advance, from pampering massage and beauty treatments to drinks, speciality restaurants, shore excursions, and the little extras that make a big difference. So these cruises are more than good value, they are good sense, making an MSC cruise an unbeatable experience.

Galwegian who got award from Franco not giving up the ghost on WorldSkills championship

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Ireland’s first WorldSkills champion, who received his medal from General Franco almost 60 years ago, has declared that he had no intention of retiring at the age of 77.

Maria Walsh helps launch the Mayo Darkness Into Light

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A large crowd gathered in the Ballina Manor Hotel, Mayo, as Pieta House launched Mayo’s Darkness Into Light 2016 (DIL 2016) series of events in association with Electric Ireland. Joan Freeman, founder of Pieta House, was joined by Kevin Molloy from Electric Ireland, former Rose of Tralee Maria Walsh, along with members of local organisations and volunteers from across the county to launch DIL which is now in its eighth year.

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