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Galway homeowners urged to extend the céad míle fáilte to visitors for 2020

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Organisers of Galway's 2020 Capital of Culture celebrations are appealing to homeowners across the city and county to open their houses to visitors when the time comes. The housing scheme which is being labelled Tar Isteach - the Irish for come in - is aimed at promoting a cultural exchange between Galwegians and visitors from across the world.

‘The old lady was a holy terror’

Ireland’s greatest short story writer is probably the late Frank O’Connor (1903-1966). Born in Cork city, his autobiography An Only Child (1961) is ironically a celebration of his vivacious but fastidious mother, and their survival from his alcoholic, and at times brutal, father.

MIT names Toyota among world’s 50 smartest companies

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MIT Technology Review has named Toyota one of the world’s smartest companies, placing the automaker among respected tech leaders like Amazon, Alphabet, and Facebook, and ahead of others such as Microsoft, IBM, and Intel.

Five tips to make career change as painless as possible

Most people change careers several times in their lives, a trend that looks set to endure. However it can feel like there are many roadblocks to making the big switch, writes HEATHER HAMILTON, CAREER COACH, SLI NUA CAREERS.

I’ve just been called for a job interview, now what do I do?

Here are some of tips from career coach, Padraig O'Connor to aid you the next time you are asked to an interview.

The woman who threw a hatchet at the prime minister

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There was hardly a marriage of two minds greater than that between Hanna Sheehy and Francis Skeffington, who were married in Dublin in 1903, and who committed their lives to many causes, particularly feminism, pacifism, socialism, and nationalism. Hanna was one of the founders of the Irish Women’s Franchise League, determined to win votes for women. As part of its disobedience campaign, women were urged not to fill in the 1911 Census form correctly. Her husband Francis, totally supportive in all her endeavours, and as head of the household, submitted the following:

St Aloysius College wins School of Distinction Award

St Aloysius College, Athlone, was one of only five schools throughout the country to be awarded the prestigious 21st Century School of Distinction Award by Trinity College’s ‘Access 21’ programme at a ceremony held in Google headquarters last week.

Moving with the times: Centrepoint Autos set to launch its new Car Search App

Centrepoint Autos, Athlone, is all set for the launch of its new Car Search App for mobile devices. The app is due to go live in the coming weeks.

Co-working space proves a hit with Galway’s startup community

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When SuperPixel, a digital products studio with offices in Galway and London, decided to offer the spare desks in its Galway office to rent, the response was phenomenal.

 

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