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Engineering has more to do with your character, say women charged with developing Galway’s water needs

To mark the proximity of International Women’s Day and Engineering Week, local engineers hve outlined their role in ensuring that water services in Galway are capable of being developed in line with the expanding need.

Corruption, abuse of power and mismanagement in public office

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One does not have to dig very deep into the archives to find evidence of wholescale corruption, pervasive nepotism, and general theft of public monies by public representatives and officials in nineteenth-century Mayo.

‘Books are an empathy machine. They bring people together’

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AS THE Covid pandemic begins to wane, as restrictions ease, and people can gather for arts and cultural events once more, how appropriate it is that Cúirt 2022 should be themed around meetings and interactions.

NUIG Students’ Union launches Consent Week

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“Sexual violence and harassment are still prevalent issues in today’s world. Consent is ongoing, mutual, and freely given – this is the core message of the NUIG Active Consent programme.”

Integrate vegan alternatives into your diet with ease

Be it meat-free Mondays or the desire to start 2022 off with a diet overhaul, easily adapt and embrace Vegan offerings this year with thanks to Holly White & Frontier Foods.

'Getting to Know'...Donncha Foley

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What is your idea of perfect happiness?

'Getting to Know'...Jo Vahey

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What is your idea of perfect happiness?

Five flavour laden vegan cocktail recipes to savour

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To celebrate World Vegan Day, Fentiman’s has shared some of its favourite vegan cocktail recipes.

Ensure you take Triton five minute challenge for a cleaner conscience

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Did you know an average nine minute shower uses about 100 litres of water, and to offset the carbon footprint created by a year of showering alone, around 40 trees must be planted?

‘If my sins were many they were interesting’

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The Lausanne Conference of July 1932, attended by the former allied powers of World War I (Britain, France, Belgium and Italy), and Germany, accepted that the world economic crisis made continued reparations by Germany virtually impossible. Various long-term arrangements were made, but in effect it allowed Germany off the hook for the monetary compensation it had agreed to pay for its responsibility in starting the war. Germany was now free to rebuild its own economy. This was a very importance conference attended by the world press, among whom was Clare Sheridan.

 

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