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SmartPoints has been incredibly successful in helping Weightwatchers members to eat better while losing weight, but the organisation is always looking to make the programme even simpler, healthier, and more livable for you. The newest programme takes the SmartPoints system you know and love and bumps up the benefits even more.
Patricia Cahill from Bullaun, Loughrea, a third year student on the BEng software and electronic engineering programme at GMIT, has scooped an Intel Women in Technology Award for academic excellence. Ms Cahill was one of eight final year students from colleges around Ireland presented with this award at a special ceremony in Dublin recently.
In the early 19th century, most of the area we see in our photograph would have been under water. Woodquay was so called because of the 150 feet wooden quay that ran the length of it. It was a kind of second docks for the city, attracting a lot of commercial traffic down the river. The Corrib Drainage Scheme in 1852 began to change the face of the space we are looking at, and later, when Steamer’s Quay was built, the area was gradually filled in and reclaimed.
Plans by tech giant Apple to develop an €850 million data centre outside Athenry have once again been given the go-ahead this week with a decision by the High Court to reject an eleventh-hour appeal by two local residents. The pair had sought to challenge the court's previous decision to refuse their application to have planning permission for the development overturned.
Minister Denis Naughten has confirmed that Siro is about to commence construction of high-speed broadband to homes in the housing estates in Monksland, Bealnamullia, Summerhill and Baylough in Athlone.
John Ryan and Dave Gleeson were inspired to establish Blackberry Hearing due to the high cost of hearing aids in Ireland.
Two Athenry residents who mounted a legal challenge to plans by tech giant Apple to build a data centre outside the town are seeking to appeal last week’s Commercial Court judgment.
Fianna Fáil deputy for Roscommon-Galway, Eugene Murphy, says the decision by SIRO to exit the tender process for the National Broadband Plan is a severe indictment of the Government’s failure to deliver on its commitments to bring high speed broadband to rural Ireland.
Recent research conducted by Irish Life has shown that nearly all Irish adults (90 per cent) own a smartphone.