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Fundraising party for the Geraldine Lavelle trust

A 27-year-old Mayo woman is recovering from serious injuries sustained in a cycling accident last October. Geraldine Lavelle, Tullycommons, Castlebar, suffered a spinal fracture that left her paralysed from her chest down. Having spent several weeks in the Mater Hospital in Dublin, where she underwent major surgeries on her neck and spine, she is currently in the National Rehabilitation Hospital undergoing intensive rehabilitation. Now a major fundraising campaign has been launched to raise money for Geraldine’s recovery.

Belcarra native brings 19 tech jobs to Castlebar

An Taoiseach Enda Kenny is in Castlebar this morning (Friday) to announce the creation of 19 new technology jobs in a leading cloud computing company.

Minister Bruton launches €88 million SFI data analytics research centre

Insight, a new research centre for data analytics run by Science Foundation Ireland (SFI), has been officially announced by the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise, and Innovation Richard Bruton and the Minister for Research and Innovation Sean Sherlock.

Artists announced for TULCA 2013

NEAL WHITE and Tina O’Connell, Bojan Fajfric, Sandra Johnston, and Robert Ellis will exhibit at the 2013 TULCA Festival of Visual Art.

Archaeological remote sensing module for Balla Secondary School

Balla Secondary School’s transition year class have been selected to take part in an archaeological remote sensing module/workshop in partnership with Archaeolandscapes Europe.

McFadden promotes Springboard higher education opportunities

Longford/Westmeath Fine Gael TD Nicky McFadden is encouraging those who are unemployed and interested in higher education to look into the opportunities on offer through the Springboard scheme.

Lives of Castlebar brothers with muscular dystrophy enriched by GMIT student

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A GMIT technology student has helped enrich the lives of twin brothers with muscular dystrophy through the use of communications technology.

Apply now 6,000 free higher education and training places

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The applications process for the Springboard initiative, offering free higher education and training for jobseekers, is now underway. In the month since it was launched, there were over 40,000 visitors to the Springboard web-page on www.bluebrick.ie/springboard and over 3,300 applications have been received.

Application process under way for 6,000 free higher education and training places

The applications process for the Springboard initiative, offering free higher education and training for jobseekers, is now underway. In the month since it was launched, there were over 40,000 visitors to the Springboard web-page on www.bluebrick.ie/springboard and over 3,300 applications have been received.

High end employment thrives in Athlone with 140 engineering jobs announced this week

Ericsson, the 35-year stalwart of Athlone technology, has announced a further expansion of its workforce with plans to employ a further 100 software engineers at its Blyry campus over the next two years, leading to a 12.5 per cent increase in its present workforce of 800.

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