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€2 million investment represents statement of intent for GMIT Castlebar campus - Ring

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Michael Ring TD, the Minister for Rural and Community Development, has said that the €2 million Government investment announced on Friday September 14 to upgrade the roof in GMIT represents a major statement of intent by the Government in the Castlebar campus.

Let go of anxiety, enjoy life

Meditation classes with Kadam Adam

Midnight Riot to descend on Galway

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MITCH PRESENTS X Midnight Riot, will see one of Galway's leading DJs, and an acclaimed record label, join forces to present Yam Who? and Jaegerrossa in the Electric Garden and Theatre on Saturday September 29 from 11pm.

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Tuam and adoption scandals may involve enforced disappearances

On UN International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances, the Irish Council for Civil Liberties (ICCL) has called on the State to ensure that family members of children who were forcibly disappeared, either through forced adoption or unidentified burials while in institutional care, are given information about the children’s fate and whereabouts.

Why you should do yoga

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The 5,000 year discipline of yoga is practised to unite body and mind while promoting health and relaxation. Yoga is a great way to stretch and strengthen your body, focus your mind, and relax your spirit.

Irish employees seek flexibility in working roles

It has been revealed that almost half of Irish adults want to move away from the traditional 9am-5pm working pattern, instead favouring earlier starts. In total, only 23 percent of respondents would consider 9am-5pm to be their most preferable working hours. With unemployment at its lowest level in ten years, businesses will need to think about how they can adapt to people’s changing expectations of their work life.

Win, lose or draw, it's a victory for all

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The impact of sport will always be greater on a society in which it is valued, and here in Ireland Gaelic football and hurling are as intrinsic to our culture as cricket is in India, baseball in Japan, American football in the USA, or rugby in New Zealand.

Heritage Week event in Mount Temple venue

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As part of Heritage Week 2018 the local community in Mount Temple have organised a heritage evening in the marquee in Egan’s Pub on Thursday August 23 at 7pm.

Three top tips to spot online used car scams

There has been a marked increase in online used vehicle scams and with that in mind, the following editorial details information of which to take note when seeking to purchase a used vehicle.

 

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