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Kilconly native Michael Kerrigan has been elected students’ union president of Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology. Mr Kerrigan will take up the role following a year as deputy president and the union’s first Deputy President for Education, having also completed a year as vice president for welfare.
A law and philosophy graduate from Doocastle has been elected to the most prominent role in student politics in Ireland.
AIT Students Union this week announced their charity partners for their annual Raise and Give (RAG) week. All funds raised during this week will be split evenly between the AIT Student Hardship Fund and Console, the National Suicide Charity.
Local Westmeath broker Damien Kelly of Planalife scooped the prestigious Best Leinster Broker Award at the inaugural Irish Brokers Association Life Pensions & Investments Awards.
The Insurance Institute of Galway elected its 44th president at its AGM in Glenlo Abbey last week.
Athlone Institute of Technology will be opening its doors to new and return students from Monday September 5, and the Students Union are urging all students to get their grants and accommodation sorted out as early as possible.
Launching the 2011 ‘The Countryside is Watching’ campaign, IFA deputy president Eddie Downey warned that the problem with rubbish in the countryside is getting out of control.
Over 200 students registered to vote in the space of just two hours in Athlone Institute of Technology this week, as a major campaign to get students registered to vote swept across the country.
The 2010 AGM of the Mullingar Chamber of Commerce saw Julie Magan of Ilia take over the reins as President of the Chamber. Her predecessor, Paul O’Brennan handed over the chain having spent two successful years as president.