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Free digital marketing training

HPSU Skillnet is offering 42 places to eligible participants on a comprehensive, practical training course covering SEO, digital marketing, content management, wordpress, social media and ecommerce in Galway.

Western Motors offers three years of worry-free Seat motoring

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Western Motors, newly appointed Seat dealers in Galway, and Seat Ireland have unveiled a quintet of special offers to take the stress out of buying a new car in 2013.

Harkin hails Gortskehy NS on 125th Anniversary

"Gortskehy is a perfect example of why we must ensure that small schools in rural areas continue to serve their community." This was stated by Ireland North and West MEP Marian Harkin when she unveiled a plaque to mark the 125 year anniversary of Gortskehy National School, this week.

Connacht Rugby’s first CEO to retire

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Connacht Rugby’s first serving CEO Gerry Kelly, has announced he will retire at the end of the season.

Major breakthrough for third level education in South East

The new Programme for Government has good news for Kilkenny and the South East, it has been claimed.

Fox Tutorial Centre plans to make maths fun

Amidst the debate over poor Leaving Certificate mathematics results, Galway's new Fox Tutorial Centre vows to make maths fun for its students, and still get positive results.

Lanigan reflects on his career and looks to the future

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Many familiar faces will, once again, hit the campaign trail next spring in the run-up to the May local elections for what promises to be a formidable battle, as candidates old and new, compete for coveted council seats.

Call to invest in science and technology

Ireland's Chief Scientific Adviser Professor Patrick Cunningham has said the Government and business should "hold their nerve" and continue to invest in science and technology despite the economic pressure to cut budgets.

Free education is a right

Fine Gael candidate for Kilkenny Borough Council, Darren Murphy, has demanded that education become a priority for this Government.

School sex abuse trial hears of letters to victim's family

A jury has been given copies of letters exchanged between a Christian Brother and the family of a boy who was lodged in a Galway residential school after his father lost their family home to a neighbour in a game of cards.

 

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