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Face-to-face or Zoom interview – which is better?

Q: Now that COVID-19 restrictions are fast vanishing, what would your preference be for interviews in the long term? If you were called for one tomorrow, would you prefer to go face to face in a room or take the Zoom option, if offered? I have seen some cases lately were both options were made available and as I am about to embark upon job searching myself, I would appreciate your thoughts. (DR email).

Robin Hood swings into pantomime mode at the Dean Crowe Theatre

The Dean Crowe Theatre’s Robin Hood-themed panto swings onto the stage next week with rescheduled shows to perform from Wednesday, March 2 to Sunday, March 6, inclusive.

Who killed Michael Collins, and why?

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AUGUST 22 2022 will mark the centenary of Béal na Bláth and the death of one of the most significant figures in modern Irish history - Michael Collins.

Mayo finish strong to take home the points

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Drama was the order of the day as Mayo came from behind to reel off five unanswered points to in the closing minutes to pick up a league win over Armagh in Hyde Park.

Ballyheane go looking for the clean sweep

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Ballyheane will be looking to win it all this Sunday, when they go chasing the Calor Gas Super Cup title to go with their Super League crown and the Westaro Cup they claimed last week.

1520 Bar launches tasty tapas menu

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1520 Bar, a jewel in the heart of Galway’s Latin Quarter, has just launched a mouthwatering new food offering. Combining the best of local produce in a new tapas style menu, head chef Nicolas Betts, who has recently returned to Galway having worked in Spain for more than 20 years is bringing a Latin influence to the venue with pinchitos, gambas al ajilio, croquetas de jamon serrano, and tortilla con chorizo among the delicious additions to the menu.

Having the 'Life of Reilly'

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The celebrations are in full swing behind the yellow doors of the dressing room underneath the Cusack Stand in Croke Park. A few minutes earlier, the newly crowned All Ireland Junior Champions breezed up the stairs from the tunnel and broke into song in the dressing room as they tried to take in what they had achieved.

Westmeath public are urged to share real experiences of apartment and duplex defects

The Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage, Deputy Darragh O’Brien and the Minister of State for Planning and Local Government, Deputy Peter Burke, have urged people to share their experiences of housing defects relating to fire safety, structural safety and water ingress in purpose-built apartment and duplex buildings constructed in Westmeath between 1991 and 2013.

‘It is time to sing together again’

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“IT IS time to sing together again” is the phrase inspiring the Galway Choral Association as it plans to re-commence in-person rehearsals, this Sunday, February 13.

A Valentine's Day Show Me The Funny

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IT MAY be taking place on Valentine’s Day, but there will be no love lost between the next batch of comedy hopefuls as the second heat of Show Me The Funny in The Kings Head Bar, next Monday, February 14.

 

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