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Galway had its second jobs boost in a week when SOTI Inc — a world leader in mobile and IoT device management solutions, announced the opening of a local office and the subsequent creation of 150 jobs.
In a recent survey by Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps, a shocking 86 percent of parents think that mobile phones have replaced physical activity and sport in their children’s lives.
At the 2018 New York International Auto Show, Hyundai Motor celebrated the world premiere of the new updated Tucson, the redefined version of Hyundai’s most important sales driver worldwide (including in Ireland).
Retail Excellence, the largest retail representative body, has released the results of its ‘December eCommerce Dashboard Report’, which monitors online sales trends in Ireland.
Q: I am going for interview next week in a new company. I have researched the living daylights out of them and I have also gone back over my own studies and work experience to find everything of relevance that I can muster. I have so much information assembled, I am wondering if I can bring some notes into the interview with me. What do you think? (DE, email).
Once upon a time, long journeys by car were an opportunity for families to bond. Kids would squabble and play i-spy while their parents kept the peace, everyone watching the world go by together.
Students at Coláiste Naomh Éinne on Inis Mór have received ‘digital’ schoolbags, joining Irish firm Wriggle’s digital learning programme alongside more than 150 schools using 30,000 devices throughout Ireland.
The new RS 5 Coupé, which Audi says combines elegant aesthetics with everyday usability, has a starting price from €110,750 on-the-road.
The new RS 5 Coupé, which Audi says combines elegant aesthetics with everyday usability, has a starting price from €110,750 on-the-road. The new Audi RS 5 Coupé represents the gran turismo of the RS models from Audi Sport, with a 2.9 TFSI V6 bi-turbo engine, which it claims has been engineered to provide superior performance and higher efficiency.
Several Galway libraries, including Oranmore, Ballybane, Loughrea, Tuam and Galway City libraries. have recently installed new printing, scanning and copying kiosks provided by SurfBox.