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Knocknacarra woman in Miss Ireland final

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A Knocknacarra woman could be celebrating her 21st birthday in style later this month if she walks away with the much-coveted Miss Ireland title.

Purcell Construction chosen for €3.4 million Ballinfoile Community Centre

Plans for the €3.4 million Ballinfoile Community Centre have taken a major step forward this week as the Galway City Council has confirmed that a preferred bidder has been selected for the construction of this much needed facility.

Participation in fashion innovation awards - a significant career boost

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Student fashion designers were told this week that taking part in the Irish Fashion Innovation Awards can make a significant difference to their careers, especially when applying for further education courses in fashion design.

Three Galway players on the Fitzgibbon Cup team of the century

To honour the centenary of the Fitzgibbon Cup, a team of 15 has been chosen as the team of the century.

Going Irish

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Our European counterparts, such as France and Italy in particular, have been long standing pioneers of design. So much so both Paris and Milan have been the launch pad for many a great name including Alexander McQueen, Stella McCartney and Tom Ford. However, as of late, our own shores have produced some of the best talent in the world of fashion who can more than compete with some of the more internationally known designers. Look at how well the likes of Paul Costello, John Rocha, Joanne Hynes and Orla Kiely have been internationally; with role models like these to look to, new Irish designers have the fashion world at their sewing machines.

Athlone IT student crowned Ireland’s Top Student Chef 2011

Daniel Skukalek of AIT has been crowned the 2011 Knorr Student Chef of the Year at the competition’s final held in Limerick Institute of Technology. Now in its 14th year, the competition recognises outstanding talent from around Ireland’s catering colleges. Previous winners have gone on to work in some of Ireland and Europe’s top restaurants.

Crafty careers for your future

With points for most college courses set to increase this year because of a surge in demand for third-level places, the Crafts Council of Ireland (CCoI) is reminding Leaving Cert students of the many craft-related career options available to them.

Atlantic Way region to forge links with Florida business

Plans to forge commercial links between the Atlantic Way region and one of the most successful business areas in the world have been announced. The Atlantic Way, a pioneering organisation comprising key-decision makers in the West, will host an important delegation from the Jacksonville/Northeast Florida business community from June 18-20.

Atlantic Way region to forge links with Florida business

Plans to forge commercial links between the Atlantic Way region and one of the most successful business areas in the world have been announced. The Atlantic Way, a pioneering organisation comprising key-decision makers in the West, will host an important delegation from the Jacksonville/Northeast Florida business community from June 18-20.

Mega prize fund announced for region's best new business

The countdown is on to the 2009 Impact Media Elevate Award, which this year offers a launch pad of €120,000 to two of the best business start-ups.

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