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Local Samaritans increase community outreach initiatives

The Samaritans Outreach team based in Galway have successfully delivered talks on emotional health to more than 500 secondary and college students in just three months.

Twenty nine work permits for non-nationals issued in Mayo in 2012

In 2006 IT giant Google was granted 49 work permits for non-nationals to work in Ireland but by 2011 this had risen to 149. Migration experts www.visafirst.com say that Google is just one of a number of IT multinationals based throughout the country that have encountered a skills shortage in Ireland of late and have had to go overseas to source staff with the skills necessary for their various vacancies in IT specialist roles.

Planning for smart cities and regions of the future

The Ryan Institute for Environmental, Marine and Energy Research in collaboration with the College of Engineering and Informatics at NUI Galway is hosting a one-day conference for public and private sector planners, decision makers, engineers, technology entrepreneurs, SMEs and start ups on ‘Planning for smart cities and regions of the future’.

Planning for smart cities and regions of the future

The Ryan Institute for Environmental, Marine and Energy Research in collaboration with the College of Engineering and Informatics at NUI Galway is hosting a one-day conference for public and private sector planners, decision makers, engineers, technology entrepreneurs, SMEs and start ups on ‘Planning for smart cities and regions of the future’.

Planning for ‘Smart Cities and Regions of the Future’

The Ryan Institute for Environmental, Marine and Energy Research in collaboration with the College of Engineering and Informatics at NUI Galway is hosting a one-day conference for public and private sector planners, decision makers, engineers, technology entrepreneurs, SMEs and start ups on Planning for Smart Cities & Regions of the Future. 

Applying artificial intelligence the theme of NUI Galway events

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The seventh Reasoning Web Summer School, bringing together an international group of postgraduate students and renowned lecturers, which commenced this week at NUI Galway, will be followed next week by the fifth International Web Rules and Reasoning Conference. Both events are organised by the Digital Enterprise Research Institute (DERI) at NUI Galway.

From the ‘Hood to the Marble City...

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Q. Eric - Your career in comedy began a little differently to other comedians can you tell a little bit about that?

Fifty Years of US investment celebrated

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The President of the American Chamber of Commerce in Ireland, Gerard Kilcommins has called on Ireland to “build on its achievements of the past” and continue strong support for foreign direct investment (FDI) in the west and nationwide, at an event to mark the organisation’s 50th Anniversary which took place in Galway last week.

New local business helps schools have top notch websites

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Schools Websites – the Galway headquartered business has been brought into the limelight for job creation in a recession, through the TV3 competition ‘Every Job Counts’ where it featured on TV3 last week. This business specialises in developing website systems which are designed to meet the very specific needs of school principals, teachers, parents and pupils, as well as reducing time spent on administration and organisation of school management activities through their unique student management system. The idea originated when two entrepreneurial minds saw a niche in the market and in 2009 Schools Websites was founded.

Castlebar call centre to create eight new jobs

A Castlebar Call Centre is to create eight new jobs after securing a customer services contract with a national mobile operator company.

 

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