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The role of goalkeeper in Gaelic football has changed dramatically over the past few years - where once a good shot stopper and a guy who could launch the ball 50 yards down the field were the prerequisite skills for the position, now the position has changed into something much different - with footballing ability, precision passing as important a the ability to read the tactical plan of the opposition vital to the role.
If you have an interest in food and would like to work with food now is the time to do it. There are currently up to 5,000 vacancies for qualified chefs in Ireland. The Irish International Hotel and Catering School can help to get you on the right track to start your career. It offers a full-time and part-time QQI major awards in professional cookery at Level 5 and 6 on the National Framework of Qualifications.
O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers went into the auction room last Friday for the fourth time this year and with its biggest catalogue to date. Starting with 67 properties, 64 went under the hammer. The all-day auction was separated into two sessions, one in the morning and a second session after lunch.
World-renowned Galway engineer Aine Brazil has said that increased access to education is key to reducing global poverty levels after receiving a leadership award from Irish aid agency Concern Worldwide.
The Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Deputy Denis Naughten TD, has launched the first ‘call for applications’ under the Government’s new €500million Climate Action Fund.
After 13-years in the green and red with the Mayo seniors, Castlebar Mitchels Barry Moran has decided to hang up his inter-county boots.
O’Donnellan & Joyce July auction is shaping up to be a must-see summer property auction on the Wild Atlantic Way
O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers has 67 properties going under the hammer on Friday July 20 at 12 noon in the Harbour Hotel, New Dock Road, Galway. Registration will be open from 11am. This auction has something for everyone and the selection is vast. The auction includes a host of Galway city and county properties that would be suitable for first time buyers, investors, and owner occupiers.
O’Donnellan & Joyce reported a strong turnout to the first week of open viewings after the launch of its Wild Atlantic Way July property auction.
O’Donnellan & Joyce returns with its fourth property auction of 2018, with a number of properties going under the hammer on July 20.
In 1924, three Sisters of Jesus and Mary came to UCG to study for a degree, the first religious of any congregation to do so. While they were pursuing their studies, Mother Stanislaus looked for a suitable premises for a house of studies and finally purchased “Spires House” in Shantalla on June 26, 1925. The house apparently got its name from the two unusual spires you can see on the roof. It was used by the sisters as a hostel for secular students as well as their own nuns. These nuns were known to many people as ‘The Spires Nuns’.