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Ever since you got engaged, you cannot stop imagining yourself in the perfect wedding gown. Here is a question for you to think about: When should you start searching for your dream dress?
Relay For Life is a 24 hour event that celebrates the lives of cancer survivors, remembers those lost to the disease, and fights back by raising money to fund vital research and services.
The Relay For Life Castlebar organising committee is delighted to announce that Relay For Life 2017 plans are on track and they are expecting a great event on September 23 and 24 in Breaffy Sports Arena. The Castlebar Relay For Life committee is joining forces with the Irish Cancer Society to host the deeply moving and uplifting 24-hour community event which celebrates cancer survivorship, remembers those sadly lost to cancer, and fights back by playing an active role in raising awareness of cancer in the community.
It has taken only seven years for smartphones to become the dominant mobile device. A public talk at NUI Galway will investigate what the next seven years might hold in terms of smartphone technology. Hosted by NUI Galway’s College of Engineering and Informatics ‘The Future of the Smartphone’ will take place on Thursday next, December 4.
John O’Dea, CEO of Galway-based Crospon and new president of Engineers Ireland, has said that the health of Ireland’s €7.9 billion medical devices export sector is hugely dependent on the expertise and ready supply of skilled engineers.
‘In the right light, at the right time, everything is extraordinary’ or so the saying goes, and at Citylites, part of Peter Curran Electric Ltd, it certainly seems true while standing in its magnificent showroom which boasts a sheer treasure trove of top quality lighting, of all shapes and sizes, suiting all needs and budgets, and where every customer is treated like a VIP.
The issue of wind-powered, electricity generation is back to the fore in the Midlands with the announcement this week that an Irish company has signed an €18m contract with a Chinese firm to develop three wind farms in Westmeath, Offaly, and Roscommon.
Amid rising energy costs, land and wind is a resource that most farmers still have in plentiful supply and no more so than in the western counties of Ireland. The opportunity is there now for farmers and rural home owners to grasp control of their electricity costs.
A total of 334 submissions and opinions have been received by Westmeath County Council from the public and other interested parties concerning the proposed windfarm between Gaybrook and Miltownpass, by last week’s March 4 deadline for such. The Cootehill-based firm, Gaeltech Energy Ltd, lodged its application with Westmeath County Council on January 29 and a decision is expected by March 25.
A man has died suddenly while working on a wind turbine in south Galway.