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Since 1999, Fastrack to Information Technology (FIT) has been a representative organisation of the technology sector committed to growing Ireland’s tech talent pipeline. The aim is to create wider access to tech skills training leading to exciting career paths and quality employment opportunities for all those who have a curiosity and passion for technology.
The Galway shawl was a specific type of heavyweight shawl worn by women during the cold season. It was very popular during the 19th century and was still being worn by a few older, more traditional, women up until the 1950s. It was worn by women all over Ireland, but for some reason was known as the Galway shawl. It was a winter-weight outer garment and was worn over a lightweight one.
Seabreeze Beauty and Skin Clinic in Oranmore, Galway, has been shortlisted for three awards, Beauty Salon of the Year, Aesthetic Salon of the Year and Business Director of the Year at the inaugural Professional Beauty and Hairdressers Journal Ireland Beauty, Hair and Spa Awards 2022.
Countdown is on at The Ardilaun Hotel for the Galway Races Festival next week.
The home dressing room in Adrian Freeman Park in Tooreen, where we sat down with Mayo manager Derek Walsh last Sunday, is somewhere he might not have been that welcome during his playing days, when he was going toe-to-toe with the Blue Devils for Ballyhaunis in the many classics they battled out in the club championship in Mayo.
Bridal Pop Up Sale is having a massive two day sale at The Ardilaun Hotel this weekend, Saturday and Sunday, March 19 and 20, from 9am to 5pm each day.
The history of perfume can be traced well into antiquity and while the production methods may have changed, the intention remains the same. Perfumes are meant to express your inner beauty, to attract others and to accentuate your personality. The only possible issue is that there are literally thousands of different brands to consider. Are there any ways to choose a scent that mirrors your individuality? Let's take a look at some expert tips and tricks in order to remove any guesswork from the occasion.
A large family syndicate from Mayo has officially become the largest Lotto winners in the history of the game in Ireland after they claimed a jackpot prize worth €19,060,800 at Lotto HQ in Dublin this week.
Last week, Miss Ireland Pamela Uba and Variety – the Children charity of Ireland ambassador from Ballyhaunis, Mayo called into Rory Quinn Jewellers in Bridge Street, Ballina, to collect her jewellery pieces that were custom made and donated to Pamela to wear on stage at this year’s Miss World competition in Puerto Rica next month.