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The month of March promises to be a historic one for all within the Westmeath GAA community.
Josh Oyiki, a third year student from Athlone Community College, has been chosen as the winner of the inaugural ‘Green-Schools Clean Air Week’ poetry competition.
UCD is Ireland's first choice university among Level 8 CAO applicants. Internationally, UCD continues to rank in the top one per cent worldwide of higher education institutions. Since 2017 UCD is No 1 in Ireland for graduate employability. It is one of Europe's leading research-intensive universities and ranked No 1 in the US News & World Report's Best Global University Rankings. UCD has been chosen as University of the Year 2020 by The Sunday Times.
Corrib Oil has been in business for more than 30 years. The company was founded in Claremorris, Co Mayo, in 1987 and through its network of home heating oil depots, delivery services, and service stations now supports almost 700 local jobs right across Ireland.
IT Sligo is at the forefront of quality third level education in Ireland, exploring new ways to study by offering flexible degree options, full time online programmes, and work-based learning degrees for an ever-changing world. Often availing of added value such as work placement and accredited qualifications, IT Sligo graduates are highly sought after. The institute has been growing for 50 years and the high level of employability is exceptional in Ireland, due to the strong reputation and relationships IT Sligo has built with companies over the years.
Funding afforded to Westmeath in the recently announced Town and Village renewal scheme as been described as “shockingly disappointing” by constituency Minister of State, Deputy Robert Troy.
Seven towns and villages in Mayo are set to benefit from nearly €780,000 in funding under the Department of Community and Rural Development Town and Village Renewal Scheme.