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The unity conversation is gaining momentum. So what’s next?

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Sinn Féin’s ultimate aim is to build an Ireland of equals. This will only be achieved by getting rid of Partition, reuniting our country, and achieving full national independence.

Why you shouldn’t aim for perfection in job interviews

Q: I have already done two mock interviews for an upcoming job. In both cases, I got friends of mine who work in the same general field – business management – to put me through my paces. While both were adamant that I did well, I know I forgot to give some good information on certain aspects of my experience. I’m afraid I will forget things on the day of the interview too. Any pointers on how I can avoid this?

Foreign travel uncertainty increases house swap interest

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The continuing uncertainty over foreign travel, combined with the shortage of available holiday homes, has led to many people considering a house swap as the solution to this year’s ‘where to holiday’ dilemma.

Grant’s is leading the way in sustainable home heating with its Integrated Heating Packages for New Builds.

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Having spent over forty years working closely with homeowners across Ireland to maximise efficiencies, reduce heating costs and future-proof their homes, Grant is now offering those building new homes, individually tailored integrated heating packages.

Sort of normality as 3,500 fans get to see Mayo clash

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There will be a move of sorts back to normality on Sunday afternoon when the biggest crowd to attend a sporting event in the county since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, will gather in MacHale Park.

Gardenwise | Pergolas

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Do you know what a pergola is? I only ask because I’ve noticed a good bit of confusion around this, especially recently, as people are looking to create outdoor rooms while there are still restrictions on meeting inside – lots of people are asking for pergolas when what they actually need is a veranda, loggia or even an awning. It’s perfectly okay not to have the distinctions at your fingertips – my job as a designer is to help you figure out what’s going to work and the technical terms are beside the point as long as we get where we need to. But a pergola can be a really good addition to your garden so let’s explore some of the things it can do.

SHESchool online course to encourage more women participation in politics

If you have ever considered running for local election in counties Westmeath or Roscommon or simply want to find out more about how the local authority works and the role of a county councillor then a FREE online course from SHESchool could be just the answer.

Monksland wastewater treatment facilities not of the required standard

Speaking in the Dáil this week local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten, stated that young people in South Roscommon are being forced to move away from the area due to the lack of wastewater treatment facilities in Monksland, Brideswell and Curraghboy.

Recommendations highlight dairy as an important food group for older adult cohort

Earlier this week, the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) published updated scientific recommendations on dietary guidelines for older adults.

Wastewater treatment plant for city's east side ‘essential’ for area’s economic growth, says Canney

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It is “incredible” that Irish Water is only now set to review the long-term wastewater treatment needs of the east side of the city and it’s hinterlands.

 

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