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End of pandemic within our grasp as further easing of restrictions affords hope for the future

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Permission to Prioritise You

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Have you ever been in a position where you want to make a positive impact on your overall well being, only to struggle to find that ‘balance’ due to work, family or social life?

Typical questions that candidates worry about

This week, I have compiled a list of regular questions our coaches get asked by candidates, and the answers we typically give, writes Mary O’Brien-Killeen, Career Coach, Slí Nua Careers.

Churchill lost patience, and simply turned off the tap

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Because most people in Brigid Kavanagh’s farming community near Strokestown, Co Roscommon, did not have a radio in September 1939, no one knew that war was declared between Britain and Germany until some time later.

Unauthorised dumping site the source of much frustration and annoyance

Fianna Fáil Councillor, Frankie Keena, has expressed his annoyance and frustration this week, as persistent illegal dumping continues to engulf the Athlone Moate Municipal District.

Getting To Know...Raquel McKee

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What is your idea of perfect happiness?

Dealing with anxiety and loneliness

"As I write this article, it’s a sunny morning in early Spring. There are signs of buds on trees and daffodils are beginning to make their presence known. However, the country is still in the grips of the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the hope that the vaccine is providing, severe restrictions still cast a long shadow over most of us, with no certainty as to when loved ones can unite again and the economy can open," says Proconsult's Dermot Hughes.

Getting To Know...Racheal Palmer

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What is your idea of perfect happiness?

Curiosity comes good again during lockdown

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Curiosity (the shop) in Westport kept the good side out during the trying times of 2020 to still raise funds for a number of local groups and charities, despite their doors being closed for long periods.

Air of examination pessimism expressed by Westmeath students

A survey of attitudes towards Leaving Cert 2021, coordinated by the constituency office of Fianna Fáil TD for Longford-Westmeath, Robert Troy, reveals that the majority of Longford-Westmeath students (75 percent) are pessimistic about the Leaving Certificate going ahead as normal this summer.

 

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