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Air of local employment positivity as PPD confirm jobs announcement


Higgins demands Ireland supports waiver to allow developing countries manufacture Covid vaccines

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Ireland must support an intellectual property rights waiver for Covid-19 vaccines at crucial WTO meeting as daily death toll escalates in India and Brazil

If there is a United Ireland, we should leave the euro

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The European Union, and its lynchpin project, the euro, had a charmed existence in publicity terms during the worst of the Brexit years from 2016 to 2019.

Irish St. Patrick’s Day Celebration was a Bit Different this Time

For the second consecutive year, Ireland did not hold its usual St. Patrick’s Day

Russia is willing to supply Ireland with the Sputnik V Covid-19 vaccine, says Charity

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Russia is willing to supply Ireland with the Sputnik V Covid-19 vaccine, all that is needed to start the process is an expression of interest from the Irish Government.

Looking forward to a future of travel

The top international hotelier, Irishman Brendan Dwyer, was on holidays last February in the Maldives when the pandemic began in China. "We noticed they were taking temperatures at Mali airport on the way home, so it was about to kick off. A week later the big news was coming in from China. And two weeks later the EU were saying we have a problem and a week later it was game over and we had to shut up shop.”

Top European e-Scooter company Dott to roll out in Galway

Leading European e-scooter company Dott today officially announced their interest in entering the Galway market, following confirmation from Minister Eamon Ryan that e-scooters will be regulated for use on Irish roads.

Town Mayor extols positives of impending technological university status for Athlone

A transformational development for education within the Midlands region, the opening of a new Technological University (TU) on the Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) campus in September 2021, was afforded strong support from Town Mayor, Cllr Aengus O’Rourke, in recent times as he addressed an International Panel charged with virtually assessing the AIT-LIT Consortium application for TU status.

Galway’s new research vessel to be named the RV Tom Crean

The new Galway-based marine exploration research vessel to replace the Celtic Voyager is to be named RV Tom Crean after the Irish seaman and polar explorer in Antarctica. The new vessel is set to be completed in 2022 and be based in Galway Harbour where the port comprises a dock basin.

GMIT launches four new PhD research scholarships in partnership with the Marine Institute

GMIT’s Research and Innovation Department has announce four new Cullen Scholarship projects. Each project offers exciting opportunities to suitably qualified graduates to undertake funded PhD research in marine science and biodiversity conservation in the west.


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