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FOLLOWING THE return of Show Me The Funny at The King's Head last week, the second instalment of the competition to find Ireland's newest comedy star, takes place on Monday January 21.
If you are unsure of what study options to undertake, are currently unemployed or underemployed and seeking new opportunities, interested in upskilling and changing careers or just need some career advice – then Engage ‘19 is a great place to start. It focuses on you!
Young entrepreneurs in Mayo are being encouraged to enter Ireland's Best Young Entrepreneur 2019 competition, which has just been launched - as they stand as good a chance as anyone to win.
SHOW ME The Funny, Ireland's longest running and most wide reaching comedy talent competition, returns for its 12th season at The King's Head this month.
Former Commodore UK Managing Director, David Pleasance, has been announced as special guest at the Amiga Ireland annual retro computing event which takes place in the Prince of Wales hotel in Athlone on January 18 and 19.
Claremorris was announced as one of the regional winners at this year’s Bank of Ireland National Enterprise Town Awards. In addition, Westport was announced as a regional runner up.
AND SO ends another year of theatre-going, a year of big shows, small shows, professional shows, amateur shows, local shows, and visiting shows. Rather than doing a general review of the year past, I shall focus on the shows I enjoyed most from those I saw.
Last Friday evening, The King’s Head hosted the launch of Bádórí an Cladaigh’s 2019 calendar, a lavishly illustrated production that, with its wonderful photographs of Galway hookers, would grace any wall.
‘Making Dairy Farming More Sustainable’ was the theme of this year’s Teagasc National Dairy Conference which took place at the Hodson Bay Hotel, Athlone, recently.
Ireland’s digital economy is flourishing and with more and more brands and consumers moving online, demand for suitably qualified, competent digital marketing graduates is skyrocketing. Approximately 900,000 digital jobs across Europe are currently unfilled, meaning that digital marketing is one of the few sectors where demand for graduates still exceeds supply.