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First Independent Mayo reveals election candidate shortlist

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First Independent Mayo, the coalition of community groups that is planning to run an Independent candidate in Mayo in the next General Election, has unveiled its short list of seven potential candidates.

Kilkenny student scoops gold in The Netherlands

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Tracey Nolan, a Waterford IT student, originally from Kilkenny, and working in Kilkenny’s Zuni restaurant, has fended off tough competition to scoop a coveted gold medal in the Culinary Arts competition, at the Association of European Hotel and Tourism Schools (AEHT) Annual Conference and Competitions.

Mayo students to take part in Business Management Games

Two students from Mayo have qualified to represent their respective colleges at the forthcoming Irish Hospitality Institute National Business Management Games to be held in Dublin on March 20 and 21.

Phelan welcomes probe into establishment of university

THE new Government has already confirmed that it is committed to exploring the establishment of a multi-campus University in the South East, Fine Gael TD, John Paul Phelan, has confirmed.


• Galway Ladies juniors bowed out of Aisling McGing Championship after meeting Cork in the semi-final at Cork Institute of Technology on Sunday. Galway played with the wind in the first half and were rattled by a goal and two points from Cork in the opening 10 minutes. However, after settling, Galway took to their task and by half time the score was Cork 1-3 Galway 0-6. Galway powered into the second half and, after a goal each from Lucy Hannon and Deirdre Brennan, took the lead. However Cork finished the stronger - Cork 2-13 and 2-08.

Crafty careers for your future

With points for most college courses set to increase this year because of a surge in demand for third-level places, the Crafts Council of Ireland (CCoI) is reminding Leaving Cert students of the many craft-related career options available to them.

AIT part of Minister O'Keeffe's college energy cost-cutting plan

AIT is among six colleges that between them will save €1.5 million on their electricity bill after jointly tendering for a single energy supplier under cost-cutting plans devised by the Minister for Education and Science, Batt O'Keeffe.

Fundraiser for Milltown man with acquired brain injury

A fundraising drive to raise money to help a local man who has an acquired brain injury will kick off on Sunday March 28 at 5pm at Milltown Community Centre.

Edward entertains with new cookbook

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Graiguenamanagh chef Edward Hayden will launch his first cookbook, Edward Entertains, in The Duiske Inn on Friday October 17 at 8.30pm.

Athlone conference to look at migrants and higher education

A conference on the experience of ethnic minority workers in accessing higher education and training will be held in the Hodson Bay Hotel, Athlone next Thursday, December 4.

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