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TechCrunch is an online publisher of technology industry news.. TechCrunch Disrupt is an annual conference hosted in San Francisco, New York City, London, and Beijing. It’s where technology startups launch their products and services in front of venture capital potential investors, media and other interested parties. I travelled with my team and Gene Murphy, E.I.R at Bank of Ireland on his 4th trip to a TechCrunch event, I took the lead from him on how to navigate the conference.
Competitors can differ a lot in their reactions to a loss; some may be barely affected or may forget the loss almost immediately. Others will be virtually devastated and may be low-spirited for days. We know now, after the weekend, that Alan Moran from Foxford prefers to move on, forget the past, and seize the first opportunity to get back on top of the podium. On Saturday last Moran, his navigator John Burke, and their hard working service crew led by James McGreal and Sean McHugh made the trip north to the seventh and final round of the 2015 Valvoline Motorsport Ireland National Forestry Championship, the Mid-Antrim Motor Club's Glens of Antrim Rally.
Athlone is to receive a jobs boost over the next 18 months after an announcement last Thursday (November 5) by diagnostic healthcare firm Affidea.
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The Revive Active inaugural Galway Night Run on tomorrow night has attracted over 1,500 entrants. The run which is taking place this Friday on The Prom at 8pm has seen remarkable entries from all across the west coast. The 5km route will take participants along Galway Bay, beginning and ending at Mutton Island.
Executive Helicopters have released a statement to address the ongoing issue regarding air transport to and from the Aran Islands. The company says helicopters are already the mainstay and air transport of choice to many offshore islands in open ocean conditions and give the example of the Tory Island service off Donegal coast, which has been operating since 1985 and is part-funded by the Department of the Gaeltacht.
“You are listening to West Coast Radio, it’s five past three and time now for the weather with Rachel.”