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Urgent need to attract workers to construction

The construction sector must work to attract more than 112,000 workers into the industry up to 2020, to ensure that Ireland can deliver on its housing and infrastructure targets.

Keena calls for review of CE Scheme terms

 

Dropping maths after the mocks

By now, most of the mock results are back, and for many students this means reconsidering whether or not to remain doing specific subjects at honours level (H) or changing to ordinary level (O). This is particularly relevant with maths, given that there are 25 bonus points to be attained if you achieve a H6 (40 per cent).

Red Bird's polymorphic display

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POLYMORPHISM - A state of existing in multiple forms at once. The term is both the title and the theme of a new exhibition at the Galway Arts Centre from its youth collective Red Bird.

'I just committed straight away to the piano'

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SHE HAS played the piano dangling high from a crane in Sãu Paolo; she has played it while being pulled by a car past the canals of Amsterdam; but never let these distract from the fact that Daria van den Bercken is one of the most outstanding young classical pianists at work today.

The Breaffy Clubs Spinning Experience

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I decided to sample the spinning experience in Breaffy Leisure Centre. Cathy Geraghty, leisure club manager, organised a session for me. I arrived for the 7.15 session on Thursday evening and was met by the fit looking and softly spoken Ray Kirrane. Ray explained that a spinning workoutis an excellent way to burn calories, build muscles, and relieve stress.

Major jobs boost for Monksland with PriMe6 development

A new pharmaceutical facility is to be developed in Monksland with the potential to create up to 300 new jobs.

Government should implement Free Travel Scheme for students

Local Independent councillor, Michael O’Brien, has renewed his call for the Government to introduce free travel for third level students ahead of the new college year in September, as costs for students continue to rise.

A taste of The Ardilaun with new seasonal bistro menu

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The Ardilaun Bistro as part of The Ardilaun hotel, a well known and much loved Galway landmark hotel, has introduced new seasonal menus. The popular hotel, known for its service, family-run warmth, and its stunning location and grounds, with free parking, is the perfect stop for eating out. Nestled in leafy Taylor’s Hill on the edge of Galway city, The Ardilaun is one of Galway’s longest standing hotels and has been serving some of the finest food in the city over its 55 years in business.

Sporting success – Defence Forces remember – the passing of an icon

Well, last week it was all talk of Enda Kenny and what would he say and what would he do.

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