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Chambers Ireland highlights lack of talent due to housing crisis

Chambers Ireland, on behalf of its 38 affiliated Chambers throughout the length and breadth of the country, made an unusual plea to government this week as it highlighted obstacles to growth due to poor planning and the current housing crisis, despite employment being at a high right now.

Remote and hybrid job posts up 43% as Ireland embraces flexible working

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A new report published today (09.01.23) by Zoom in collaboration with FRS Recruitment shows Irish job posts offering remote and hybrid work are up 43% over 12 months. Ireland’s hybrid advantage: How flexible working is empowering Irish society and economy indicates growing demand for more flexible work options, with hybrid roles offering rural areas greater access to higher urban-based salaries.


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According to O’Donovan’s Ordnance Survey Letters from 1839, “Suckine is now pronounced Suicín, which is, out of satirical humour frequently called Suicín na Mallacht, that is “Sickeen of the Imprecations or Curses”. It is written Sickeen Dyke in the Name Book and described as lying where the road from Galway to Menlo crosses the flooded land at Coolagh.”

Midlands region welcomes return of blended OFFline Film Festival 2021

The return of the OFFline Film Festival with a blended festival and a stellar line-up of in-person and online events from October 13-17 in Birr will be a welcome boost to fans of the silver screen within the Midlands region.

Enjoy a Galway city tour

As we roll into the June Bank Holiday Weekend, we can almost taste the summer, those long bright evenings spent with friends and family, the hustle and bustle of Galway city streets, a drink sitting outside Taaffes as we watch the world go by or the luxury of a 99 from the Bon Bon while sitting on the Prom in Salthill.

Bord Bia to get the nation growing this ‘Bloom Bank Holiday’ weekend

Bord Bia is encouraging people to embrace their gardens and outdoor spaces this summer. For the second year in a row, the public can take part in #BloomAtHome this weekend via a series of virtual initiatives and events providing gardening advice and inspiration.

Enhance and design your garden outdoor space with Colourtrend

Welcome colour to your garden and design your outdoor space with Colourtrend, Ireland’s iconic paint brand.

Irish charity Co-operation Ireland kicks off 2021 with music event ‘X the Waves’

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Co-operation Ireland, the leading peace building charity across the island of Ireland, is excited to introduce ‘X The Waves’ (Cross The Waves) - a virtual music event taking place on January 16.

Marine Institute to cover distance from Renville to the North Pole in festive challenge to save lives at sea

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Staff at the Marine Institute are embarking on a festive fundraising challenge in aid of the RNLI - they plan to to walk, run, row, cycle, and swim a total of 4,068km, equivalent to the distance from their headquarters in Renville, Galway to the North Pole. The fundraiser is a team challenge recognising the work of the RNLI Lifeboats Ireland, and they are inviting everyone to join in and support this worthy cause.

General Election invigoration ensues as Ireland start with Six Nations campaign success

Well, after this week, life will go back to normal. For the last three weeks, I have to say my life has been circumscribed by the forthcoming general election, both involvement locally in Westmeath and Roscommon, and of course the wider general involvement through television debates, newspaper reports, radio and all of the other media outlets which are recording faithfully the ups and downs of every individual campaign.


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