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A crowded and tragic weekend

Last Saturday, I was in Mayo for the morning to attend and speak at a giant coffee morning that Lisa Chambers was having to further her campaign for the next General Election.

Nursing opportunities await at the Galway Clinic which holds Open Day this weekend

The HSE recruitment embargo of 2009 meant zero jobs for 1,500 nurses graduating in Ireland each year. They were instead forced to go overseas for jobs and further training. Top destinations in 2014/2015 have been the UK, Australia, USA and UAE (in particular, Dubai). The current nursing crisis is creating a high demand for nursing staff, in particular, those with additional specialised or sub-specialised training. The call is out. Nurses come home.

A letter from Seamus Heaney

Week II

Metal, alternative rock, Dimebag Darrell, and Josh Homme

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TWO TRIBUTE bands, both celebrating outfits whose music is firmly located at the heavy end of the spectrum, albeit in different ways, come to Monroe's Live this month, for shows that will surely appeal to metal heads and alternative rockers alike.

US market entry advice for Irish businesses event in Mayo

If you are in business, you are always looking to expand and grow. You know that only new customers and new markets grow businesses. The United States is the world’s largest and most dynamic economy. It has a GDP above $14 trillion meaning there is no bigger, more bountiful, nut for companies to crack.  

Classical guitarist in concert at Monroe’s Live

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PAT COLDRICK, the Irish classical guitarist plays Monroe's Live on Thursday October 15 at 9pm, where he will perform his own arrangements of works in the classical repertoire, as well as original compositions.

Ways of looking with author Colum McCann

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COLUM MCCANN, one of Ireland’s finest writers, will read from his new book, Thirteen Ways Of Looking, at an event tomorrow evening [Friday October 9], organised by Cúirt International Festival of Literature and An Taibhdhearc Theatre.

Patrick Lafcadio Hearn - the Irishman who loved Japan

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PATRICK LAFCADIO Hearn is the most famous Irishman you have never heard of, but for people in Japan he is an Irish writer whose stature is rivaled only by WB Yeats and James Joyce - and Galway is about to become aware of him through a celebration of his life and work in the city.

2,500 Galway children a year will use new national children’s hospital

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More than 2,500 Galway children may benefit from the services provided by the new €650 million national children’s hospital in Dublin, which is expected to be completed by 2019.

Fulbright Commission to visit AIT

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Representatives of the Fulbright Commission of Ireland will visit Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) on Thursday, October 8, to talk to students and researchers about funded postgraduate study, research, or teaching in the US.

 

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