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Christmas came early for some residents of Blake Manor Nursing Home in Ballinderreen as they embarked on their first adventure since Covid-19 struck over a year and a half ago.
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On Friday last, Independent People with Disabilities, the sole democratic, independent, grass roots, cross disability body to represent and advocate on behalf of “all people with disabilities” in Westmeath, Roscommon and Longford, took part in the annual Make Way Day for 202, bringing issues of relevant concern to the attention of the local authority.
A historian and a technologist walked into a bar... Well actually, they didn’t. In fact, the two of them have only met up face to face in the last week having spent the last year being remotely apart yet firmly at the centre of Irish publishing’s biggest success.
Up to 200 new jobs will be created in Galway with Integer Holdings Corporation, a leading medical device outsource manufacturer, constructing a manufacturing facility in Parkmore East.
Researchers at Athlone Institute of Technology have launched a survey to better understand Irish consumers knowledge of seafood packaging and its waste management.
A total of 507 new .ie domains were registered in Westmeath in the first half of 2021, according to the latest .IE Domain Profile Report, which explores and analyses the .ie database. The figure represents a 23 per cent decrease on the same period in 2020.
BY DECLAN VARLEY
Fine Gael MEP Maria Walsh has travelled to Hungary today to take part in this weekend’s Budapest Pride march. MEP Walsh has been outspoken about the continuous anti-LGBTI+ law adaptations in Hungary since taking office in the Parliament in 2019.
When MADRA were hit with the news that it would be unable to host its annual bucket collection in Galway city due to COVID restrictions, the charity decided to tackle it with a smile instead.