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The new business continuity voucher is now available through Local Enterprise Office Mayo and is open to sole traders and companies across every business sector locally that employ up to 50 people, the Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys T.D. has announced.
The Local Enterprise Office in Galway will be providing vouchers worth €2,500 up to €10,000 (with 50:50 match funding) to support business continuity preparedness, innovation, and productivity.
THE THIRD Annual Charity Table Quiz, Raffle and Auction in aid of Console, takes place in Monroe's Live this Friday [April 22] from 7pm, with chances to win vouchers and bid on a signed Connacht Rugby jersey.
An excellent education can give your children the best start in life, but when they need extra help with subjects to pass their exams in order to attend their chosen university or college, is private tuition really the answer? Will it really help to improve their results or is it a waste of money?
Leading student groups, including Free Education for Everyone (FEE) and the Union of Students in Ireland (USI), have attacked the decision of more than 20 third level institutions, including NUIG and GMIT, to agree a student fees loan deal with the Bank of Ireland.
Last week’s Budget for 2012 set out new measures that will raise the pupil-teacher ratio in Ireland’s fee-paying schools to 1:21. But is the funding allocation shift a justified austerity measure against archaic institutions, or is it a knee-jerk response that merely restricts the right of access of protestant families to schools of their own faith?
Art legend Don Conroy has teamed up with Sightsavers Ireland to remind Westmeath primary schools to get painting for the third annual Sightsavers Junior Painter Awards which closes on Wednesday November 23. The competition is designed to help children understand the importance of their own sight and there are fantastic prizes of Art & Hobby gift vouchers for winning students and their schools, art kits for all regional winners, and the chance for their artwork to appear at an awards day in Dublin early next year.
Artist Don Conroy has teamed up with Sightsavers Ireland to remind Kilkenny primary schools to get painting for the third annual Sightsavers Junior Painter Awards, which closes on Wednesday, November 23.
Leaving Cert students are either celebrating or drowning their sorrows this week following the dissemination of results on Wednesday at the schools and also online.
Over 300 people attended an awards ceremony at Hotel Kilkenny on Tuesday night where winners of the Keep Kilkenny Beautiful event accepted their awards.