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The world on your plate at One World Tapestry

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Asylum seekers and their children have spent years living in an institutional setting that was designed as a short-term solution. They are accommodated by the State in residential institutions, under a reception system known as Direct Provision. Direct Provision is intended to provide for the welfare of asylum seekers and their families as they await decisions on their asylum application. It ‘directly provides’ essential services, medical care, accommodation, and board with three meals a day provided at set times. When the the system was established in 2000, it was described as an interim solution to the high numbers of asylum seekers entering the State in search of protection, and the growing concerns about the risk of homelessness for that population. More than 15 years later, little has changed in the physical conditions, supports, or treatment of asylum seekers while they remain in these centres.

Get your award winning Citroën C3 and Grand C4 Picasso at Hugo Loonam

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Citroën has pulled off a brace of wins in two UK car publication awards.

How to create an ePortfolio that advances your cause

Q: I have been hearing a great deal of late about ePortfolios. Some people I know have them and are adamant I should have one too. They work in graphic design and architecture – my area is teaching. Do you see any value in it for me – I have to say that I struggle to see how one could help me?

Ireland West Airport joins forces to launch major tourist campaign

Ireland West Airport is stepping up its efforts to boost tourism in the west of Ireland.

Mayor Farrell welcomes Defence Forces recruitment drive

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The Defence Forces are to recruit 1,450 new personnel in the next two years. This latest recruitment campaign will see a little more than 600 new personnel inducted to the force this year and a further 850 in 2017.

Election Count: Day Two Live

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The Mayo Advertiser will be brining you rolling coverage of the todays general electoin count from the Royal Theatre and Events Centre in Castlebar. Colm Gannon will be on had during the count, brining you the news and views from the center. 

Making your mind up time

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A total of 92,315 people are eligible to go to the polls today in Mayo with 200 having already voted on the islands yesterday, where there were 121 eligible voters on Clare Island, 29 qualified voters on Inishbiggle and 50 registered voters on Inishturk. The 92,315 eligible voters in Mayo represents a drop of 8,645 from the 2011 General Election, with the majority of those votes in the south Mayo region now being cast in the Galway West - South Mayo constituency. The number of eligible voters does not include postal voters or special voters. The figures were released by returning officer Fintan Murphy on Wednesday afternoon, and he will be the man who will be running the show in the count centre in Castlebar on Saturday when the boxes are opened at 9am.

Ireland West Airport staff select charities for the year

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Ireland West Airport staff have voted to select three new charities for the inaugural Ireland West Airport Charity of The Year programme for 2016. The airport has announced that the three charities selected for 2016 are Cancer Care West, MS Ireland, and Pieta House.

A kick in the dark — 1,500 registered for Galway Night Run

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. 

Kick the wall after dark in Galway’s inaugural Night Run in aid of Croi

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Galway Company Revive Active is calling on the people of the West to don the reflective gear and take to the Prom this October 16 for the first ever Galway Night Run on the Prom.

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