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Booster vaccine rollout essential as Haughey book extracts prove riveting reading

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Three Castlebar students on DCU team that won prestigious Inter-Colleges Challenge

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Dublin City University students Oisín Ruane (Castlebar), Aodhán O'Donoghue (Castlebar), Cillian Byrnes (Castlebar) and Odhrán Lang (Castleknock, Dublin), with their coach Dr Brian Corcoran, will represent Ireland at the international engineering and commerce competition, ENGCOMM 2022 after their team won this year’s ESB Inter-Colleges Challenge.

Mayo applicants sought for Eden suicide prevention programme

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A ground-breaking suicide prevention programme will be delivered in Mayo in the coming months, offering hope to those at risk of taking their own lives.

Galway applicants sought for Eden suicide prevention programme

A ground-breaking suicide prevention programme will be delivered in Galway, Roscommon, and Mayo in the coming months, offering hope to those at risk of taking their own lives.

Mayo businesses encouraged to sign up for cyber attacks seminar

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Small and medium sized businesses in Mayo are being encouraged to sign up for a free seminar which will help prepare them against cyber attacks.

Galway SMEs encouraged to sign up for free seminar on cyber attacks

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Small and medium sized businesses in Galway are being encouraged to sign up for a free seminar which will help prepare them against cyber attacks.

Eden Programme brings hope to those at risk of suicide

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If you, or someone you know, has thought about or attempted suicide, then the Eden Programme may be of assistance.

All-Ireland quest continues for Mayo as political parties plan for the future with ‘think in’ gatherings

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GMIT becomes academic partner of Lero — SFI’s software research centre

Lero, the Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre for Software, is to expand its research capacity with the addition of GMIT as an academic partner.

Local Fianna Fail Councillor welcomes new teaching degree course at AIT

Local Fianna Fáil Councillor, Frankie Keena, who is a member of the Governing Body of Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) has welcomed the joint signing of a memorandum of understanding between AIT and Dublin City University (DCU) confirming plans for a new four year undergraduate degree in teaching at the progressive third level institution.

 

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