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Grainne seeks golden ticket as chocolate journey takes sweet turn with Kickstarter success

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Gráinne Mullins has been a wonderful ambassador for innovation in the west ever since she burst onto the scene a few years ago. Her stunning story of setting up in her parents’ shed during lockdown caught the imagination — and her drive and determination saw her bespoke chocolates stocked in some of the most iconic stores in the country.

Seven tips to help you write a cracking job application

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Q: Can you give me some tips for completing a complex job application form, especially for someone who hasn't done one in a while? That’s the boat I find myself in now. I’m at a loss wondering how I can complete all the sections without boring them – or, indeed, me – to death. (KL, email).

Minister to announce the New Tribe of Galway City at the Gradam special awards ceremony

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The winner of the 2024 Gradam awards organised by Gaillimh le Gaeilge (GleG) will be announced at an event in the Hardiman Hotel on Monday evening.

JCI Galway bring Easter treats to hospital patients

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In the spirit of Easter and community outreach, young professionals from JCI Galway, a non-profit organisation dedicated to creating positive change, visited the St. Bernadette's Children's Unit and emergency department at University Hospital Galway during the Easter holidays.

Careers in tech – are you thinking of studying IT or computer science?

With more than 100,000 people employed in the Irish tech sector, and with many of the global tech leaders choosing to have their headquarters in this country, the tech industry here is booming. The Central Statistics Office has valued the IT industry in Ireland at over €241 billion. Dublin is home to Google, Meta, LinkedIn, and HubSpot, to name a few. Studying IT or computer science can offer a rewarding and exciting career. Nowadays, almost every company, whether it is an SME or a large multinational, has its own IT department, meaning that IT and computer science graduates can choose to work in a range of industries such as healthcare, banking, insurance and education. University of Galway, ATU, and TUS offer courses in information technology and computer science.

Athlone Chamber of Commerce poll reveals overwhelming support for Budget 2024

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A Linkedin poll, conducted by Athlone Chamber of Commerce, seeking the opinions of its members and the broader business community on Budget 2024, has indicated strong support for the financial measures announced by the coalition Government.

Tips on building your ‘personal brand’

Q: I’m very happy in my current role – it’s reasonably high profile in a very high profile organisation. By ‘reasonably high profile’, I mean that I give some media interviews and speak at a number of conferences and events each year. I’m always very careful to present myself as a representative of the company – but am I missing a trick by not promoting myself as well? What do you think? I’m 24 years of age.

Contract signed for construction of houses at Ballymoe

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Galway County Council has signed a contract with Finna Construction Ltd. for the construction of eight houses at Durrow & Ballaghymurry, Ballymoe.

Avail of new career opportunities at Job Expo in Leisureland

If you are eager for new career opportunities this autumn you’ll be happy to hear that Jobs Expo Galway will be returning to Leisureland’s Events Centre on September 30.

Unveiling the rich history of County Westmeath: Stone Tape II The Westmeath Tale exhibition

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Renowned Ballinasloe-based artist Bernice Cooke will captivate art enthusiasts and history aficionados alike with her latest exhibition, Stone Tape II The Westmeath Tale.

 

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