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Ten signs you have almost certainly done a good interview

1. You’ve got the interview panel talking too. People like to talk. If our answers are prompting or stimulating them to talk, that’s nearly always a good sign. You’ve got them thinking. Don’t be afraid to ask them a question.

65 Roses remembrance walk challenge for Cystic Fibrosis Ireland

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On Sunday February 28 Mary Booth from Clarinbridge started her 165km walk for CF Ireland in memory of her husband’s niece Laura Booth, Kinclare, Caltra who died in 1998 from cystic fibrosis. For the last seven years Mary and Malachy have hosted a Tea Party in their home for different charities.

Favourite Independent Retailer award for The Filling Station Eco Store

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Galway’s Filling Station Eco Store has just scooped the Favourite Independent Retailer Award in the V Awards run by From a shortlist of five nominated stores located throughout Ireland, in a competition where customer votes were the benchmark for success, The Filling Station came out on top.

Women urged to apply in time for Network Ireland awards

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Network Ireland is calling on members across the country to apply for their prestigious Businesswoman of the Year awards ahead of the deadline on April 16. The annual programme highlights the achievements of women who understand business, who are passionate about their career, and show a determination to succeed no matter what life throws at them.

Gardenwise | Upwardly Mobile – Spring Flowering Climbers

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I love all of the signs of spring, but one of my absolute favourites is the new growth of climbing plants. The early shoots of clematis, honeysuckle and climbing roses have a way of gladdening the heart – I want to cheer them on as they climb, outwards and upwards, to embrace the new season. Climbers that flower in spring are especially valuable as they distract the eye from still-bare borders and from the messy brown foliage of bulbs that have just finished flowering.

Bernadette takes top award for nurses and midwives

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Bernadette Darcy from the Mayo University Hospital has recently been awarded the WaterWipes Pure Foundation Fund, which acknowledges excellence in midwifery and nursing, recognising the incredible work of midwives and those nurses involved in the pregnancy, birth and postnatal journey.

Get growing with Mayo County Library

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How would you like to grow your own food and share the experience with others in your family or with your friends? Well now you can, courtesy of your local library, and a new Grow it Forward programme.

Focus on new ways of living shows us the end line

For those of us in the weekly newspaper game, there is a six or seven year wait for your publication day to come around to falling on April 1. That day when you’d be plotting prank stories about Arabs buying Galway United, when there’d be plans for a multi-storey carpark to be located under Eyre Square, or when the IDA would be announcing a new factory opening out in Parkmore for the production of skirting board ladders and glass hammers.

Mayor of Athlone in message of solidarity to embattled Galway Mayor

Mayor of Athlone Aengus O'Rourke has send a message of solidarity to Mayor of Galway Mike Cubbard, who has been subjected to abuse and threats, including a threat to burn his family home. Mayor O'Rourke revealed this week that he has also received threats as a result of his public role.

Award winning weddings at Shamrock Lodge Hotel

The team at The Shamrock Lodge Hotel are the recipients of the WeddingDates Top Rated Hotel Westmeath award for the second time. This award is based on reviews from real wedding couples.


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