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Significant number of employers signal wage increases as salaries experience rises during 2022

Employers could have a fight on their hands to hold onto their staff this year – six in ten (60percent) workers could potentially change jobs in 2023 and almost one in three (30percent) are definitely considering it.

Discover Europe's hidden gems on a river cruise

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If river cruising is on your bucket list of adventures for 2023, now is the time to get booking an amazing cruise experience with some wonderful discounts.

New roadside drug testing system launched

Gardaí have rolled out a new roadside drug driving testing device, which they say can test for a greater range of drugs on the spot.


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Colman Collins is the author of HOW TO SUCCEED IN YOUR FIRST JOB. Colman wrote this book to help recently qualified graduates to navigate their way successfully from the world of college to the world of work. The book is based on his forty years experience, initially as a HR Director with two blue chip multinationals including Nortel Networks here in Galway and more recently as the owner and CEO of Collins McNicholas Recruitment & HR Services Group, which also has an office in Galway.

Municipal District Mayor affords end of year thoughts to members at local authority meeting

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Addressing his fellow public representatives and council executive during the December meeting of Athlone-Moate Municipal District, District Mayor, Cllr Vinny McCormack, expressed his best Christmas wishes to those in attendance, also noting that the festive period can be a time for much sorrow and remembrance in households.

‘Plumbers’ mark end of playing year with competitive fourball at Athlone Golf Club

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The popular ‘Plumbers’ playing group held their final outing of the year at Athlone Golf on Saturday last with a very good turnout for the their invitational fourball which marks the end of their golfing year.

Should I use a cover letter in job application?

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Q: I’m applying for my first job in eleven years – all that time I’ve been happy in my current role, but I’ve started to get itchy feet. I have put a lot of work into fine tuning my CV and am happy with how it portrays me. It’s just short of two pages. My question is, do I need a cover letter to go with it or are they a thing of the past? (LK, email).

Strengthen mind and body with Ashwaganda

Ashwaganda is an ayurvedic herb often referred to as ‘Indian Ginseng’ and is part of the traditional system of healing in India.

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.

Popular Athlone based law firm Tormeys Solicitors named one of Ireland’s ‘Best Law Firms’

Athlone based law firm, Tormeys Solicitors, was recognised in the second annual edition of Ireland’s ‘Best Law Firms’ special report by the Sunday Independent and the Independent Market Research Company, Statista.


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