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Enjoy festive afternoon tea at The Ardilaun

Tradition, hospitality, and old world charm are synonymous with the luxurious Ardilaun Hotel, making it the perfect place to relax and enjoy an indulgent afternoon tea, especially when the fire is on and the hotel is getting into festive mood for Christmas.

GRETB auctioneers apprenticeship awards ceremony

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On November 10, 23 auctioneering and property services apprentices graduated, becoming qualified auctioneers after completing their two-year apprenticeship with Galway Roscommon Education & Training Board.

'Criminalising water sports enthusiasts is madness' says windsurfer in advance of bye-law decision

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The bye-laws will affect water sports at the county beaches and waterways from Loughrea to Portumna, and all along the ‘Wild Atlantic Way’ including Dogs Bay and Gurteen in Connemara.

Zero-hours hospitality workers experience burnout, says academic

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A new study co-authored by a local academic has found that hospitality employees who perceive they are on a ‘zero-hour’ contract, where their hours are unspecified, are particularly vulnerable to burnout.

Empathy will make for a more connected society

Ionbha, The Empathy Book of Ireland, is due to be launched in Charlie Byrnes on Friday November 11.

Overcome those barriers to contentment through life coaching

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Dark magic — Croí Night Run back in style

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The 8th Annual Croí Night Run, in aid of Croí, the heart and stroke charity, took place on Friday, October 7, with a huge number of participants running and walking the promenade at nightfall. Organisers were also impressed with high numbers taking part in the virtual event, across all counties, which was continued this year due to demand.

Start small with new habits

This article is inspired by the book Atomic Habits by James Clear, which I would recommend. In the book he talks about the idea of starting small. We all know we can bite off more than we can chew at times. Especially when our motivation is high to change it is easy to start and try do too much to soon. First get the habit started and regular, and then you can start to build on it. Here is how you do it.

Addressing teenager’s mental health - school refusal and anxiety at Athlone Care Clinic

School can be a great source of support through friendships and community as well as learning, a time for our children to grow up and begin the journey to becoming the adults they want to be.

Should I go for face-to-face or online interview?

Q: I have been offered the choice of face-to-face or online for the interview. I dislike interviews at the best of times and I’m finding it hard to say which one I prefer. I have a good chance of getting the job as I have the experience they require, but I struggle to get the information across. I wonder which option will give me the better chance. What would you do?


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