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Since graduating at George Mason University Emma Starr has travelled and played football throughout Europe.
The scheduled full reopening of the hospitality sector on July 5 will mean a return to work for over 25,000 staff and the opportunity for pubs to trade during a busy summer season.
A revolutionary telecoms cable connecting Galway to Iceland will begin being laid underwater this year with the final section to be pulled ashore over a five-day period at Balloughane Beach in the next two years.
The Vintners’ Federation of Ireland (VFI) says the continued absence of a coherent roadmap to guide the pub sector towards reopening is causing huge distress to publicans, their families and staff.
Food writers Patrick Hanlon and Russell Alford, aka GastroGays, are on the lookout for Ireland’s most comforting cheese recipes, with recipe contributors in with a chance to win Ireland’s Blue Book hotel vouchers worth €2,000, as well as two runners up prizes.
The Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) has published a scoping report of evidence supporting a proposal by the National Screening Service (NSS) to extend diabetic retinopathy screening intervals from one to two years, for those at low risk of diabetic retinopathy progression, in Ireland.
Stephen Cooke chuckles when it is put to him that setting up a new business during a pandemic could be deemed crazy, creative or courageous. “A bit of everything, a mix of those things anyways,” he laughs.
I chose to study at NUI Galway due to its world-renowned reputation, location in the heart of Galway city, and the warm and vibrant atmosphere I experienced during the open day. I knew that choosing to study commerce at NUI Galway would provide a world class education at Ireland’s best college of business and give me opportunities to grow my skills academically and practically.
An epidemiologist at NUI Galway who contracted Covid 19 earlier this year is appealing for people who have tested positive in the last week or so but who have not been hospitalised, to contact her as part of a major study into the lingering symptoms of the infection.
WHEN MARY Coughlan began work on the album that would become Life Stories, there was no such thing as Covid-19. She completed the album during lockdown, and has released it, when small scale music gigs are possible.