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A huge mix of emotions will experienced when viewing the eclectic range of programming showcased at the entertaining launch of TG4’s Autumn schedule yesterday (Wednesday) in the Tribeton, Galway.
A host of broadcasters from the Celtic regions have joined forces to set up an exciting new media production fund to develop new drama, animation, and factual programmes in the Celtic languages.
Research conducted by the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) reveals that two in five adults living in Connacht would consider buying an electric vehicle (EV). The research, which surveyed 1,000 people, found that the lower running costs of driving an EV was the primary reason for considering to purchase (41%), second only to helping the environment (51%).
Nearly two years of discussion and intrigue come to an end this weekend with the beginning of the Super 8s and the revamped All-Ireland quarter-final stage. Kerry manager Éamonn Fitzmaurice spoke of his excitement and anticipation about how it might all pan out when he met the media last Friday ahead of the trip to Croke Park to face Galway in their first encounter of the three game round robin series.
New car registrations for the first quarter are down -5.5 per cent (71,805) compared to the first quarter of last year (75,982), according to the Society of the Irish Motor Industry.
Irish homeowners have spent €1.737bn through the Home Renovation Incentive (HRI) since its launch in 2013.
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.
The Galway 2020 programme will be covered through Irish following a new partnership with TG4.
GMIT Mayo is delighted to host a free public seminar on consumer protection to be given by Derville Rowland, director general financial conduct of Central Bank of Ireland, in the main lecture theatre P002 on Thursday, April 12, from 4.40pm to 7pm.
A major research project between CÚRAM, the SFI Research Centre for Medical Devices based at National University Ireland (NUI) Galway, and Boston Scientific, that will enhance medical devices that allow surgeons to support minimally invasive procedures when carrying out life-saving repairs for aneurysms and aortic valve repair, was announced by Taoiseach Leo Varadkar in Washington last evening.