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Six town rehab effort sees man avoid sentence

A former addict from Limerick, appearing in court in Athlone on a three-year-old warrant, avoided a jail sentence this week (March 12) because of rehabilitative efforts he has made in four other towns in the interim.

Auctioneers receive first Recognised European Valuer Certs

Members of the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers (IPAV) received their Recognised European Valuer, or REV Certificate, at a function in the Institute of Technology, Tallaght, recently. The certificates were co-presented by the Minister of State at the Departments of Finance and Public Expenditure and Reform, Brian Hayes, and the chairman of TEGoVA, the European Valuers’ representative body, Roger Messenger. Among those to receive their certificates was Caroline Kirrane, Kirrane auctioneering, Main Street, Ballyhaunis.

NUI Galway spin-off company scoops major international tender

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Qpercom, a spin-off company from NUI, Galway, which specialises in providing high-tech solutions for practical examinations, has won a major tender with the National University of Singapore.

NUI Galway spin-off company scoops major international tender

Qpercom, a spin-off company from NUI, Galway, which specialises in providing high-tech solutions for practical examinations, has won a major tender with the National University of Singapore.

An Post Cycle Series ready to pedal off

The An Post Cycle Series, supported by An Post and the Irish Sports Council, encourages communities throughout Ireland and further afield to get on their bikes. It has been running since 2009 and more than 40,000 people have taken part to date. The launch for the 2013 Series was held recently and cyclists of all levels of experience are invited to get training for an event of their choice.

An Post Cycle series ready to pedal off

The An Post Cycle Series, supported by An Post and the Irish Sports Council, encourages communities throughout Ireland and further afield to get on their bikes. It has been running since 2009 and more than 40,000 people have taken part to date. The launch for the 2013 Series was held recently and cyclists of all levels of experience are invited to get training for an event of their choice.

Get on your bike in this year’s An Post Cycle Series

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This year’s An Post Cycle Series, supported by An Post and the Irish Sports Council, has been launched in Dublin, encouraging communities throughout Ireland to get on their bikes.

GMIT, IT Sligo and Letterkenny IT form new Connacht-Ulster alliance

Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT), Letterkenny Institute of Technology (LYIT) and Institute of Technology, Sligo (IT Sligo) have formed a new strategic partnership, the Connacht-Ulster Alliance, with the aim of achieving Technological University status.

Castlebar architect firm Taylor Architects wins national public choice award

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A Castlebar architecture firm has won a prestigious national award for its design of a university building in Galway which was also named as the Most Environmentally Sustainable Project 2012.

Another fine Irish play by local theatre group

Next week local theatre group, Little Brother Productions will present an early play by one of Ireland’s finest playwrights, Frank McGuinness: The Factory Girls.

 

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