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New quality and regulatory affairs programme for medtech centre

NUI Galway and IT Sligo, in collaboration with ulearning Skillnet have announced a new programme designed to address the skills shortages in the medtech sector in the areas of quality and regulatory affairs. The NFQ Level 8 certificate in medical technology regulatory affairs and quality programme (30 ECTS) is a one year part-time online programme, and is designed in order that candidates can complete the course while in employment.

Connacht signs Jarrad Butler

Connacht Rugby has announced the signing of ACT Brumbies' back-row forward Jarrad Butler on a three-year deal.

Merlin Park - An epilogue

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Merlin Park House was a large late Georgian pile surrounded by trees, but built on a sufficient height that it enjoyed views of Galway Bay. It was originally built in the early 19th century by the influential Blake family, who were renowned for throwing wild parties and hunting with the hounds.

Wille and the Bandits @ Monroe's Live

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A CLASSIC blues-rock trio inspired by Cream and The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Wille and the Bandits, like their forerunners, enjoying pushing at the boundaries of what blues-rock can actually be.

Foxford left high, but maybe not dry

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Despite seeing a major flood event last year where 50 people had to be evacuated from a nursing home in the dead of night in Foxford the town does not have a "cost benefit" for a solution to be included under the current Western Catchment Flood Risk Assessment & Management (Western CFRAM) Study it was revealed this week.

Senior club football championship kicks off this weekend

After a few weekends of exciting club championship hurling action, the football clubs swing into competitive championship fare this Saturday and Sunday with both the seniors and intermediates kicking off.

Ireland's answer to George Orwell

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HUBERT BUTLER, the Irish essayist, once denounced by a papal nuncio as a dangerous communist, is the subject of a film which will be screened in the Town Hall Theatre this evening at 8pm.

Connacht Rugby

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The first team to represent Connacht in rugby played against Leinster on December 8 1885. At that time, the game in the west was played by just a few schools. In the city, it was really only UCG and the Grammar School who played with any regularity. By the beginning of the last century the Jes, the Bish, and St Mary’s were competing. The growth of the game was interrupted by World War I and by the War of Independence, but it improved a lot after the truce.

Buccs now head to Donnybrook after opening day win

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Buccaneers look to continue their winning form when they travel to Dublin to take on Old Wesley in the Ulster Bank League on Saturday.

 

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