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Researchers from the Whitaker Institute at NUI Galway and the Western Development Commission are seeking participants for the annual national Remote Working in Ireland Survey.
This gingerbread salted caramel pecan cheesecake, courtesy of Siúcra and food influencer Lili Forberg, is the perfect dessert to brighten up a dull January dinner.
There were a few surprises last weekend, and this weekend could see a few more in the intermediate championship.
Put a smile on your family’s face by serving up some sweet childhood nostalgia in the form of a barbecued banana split, but with a gourmet salted caramel twist.
With Monroe's Tavern announcing that it will open its doors to the world in late July, punters do not have the opportunity to watch round 35's matches in the pub's pleasant surroundings. However, the next best thing is available with Monroe's Takeaway and Dial-a-Pint service. Operating Wednesday to Sunday, simply call (091) 583 397 to place your order for food and a pint and the team at Monroe's will deliver right to your front door.
A recent survey by researchers from the Whitaker Institute at NUI Galway and the Western Development Commission (WDC) has shown that 83 per cent expressed interest in continuing to work remotely. Over half of those surveyed (51 per cent) had never worked remotely before the Covid-19 pandemic. Of those who had never worked remotely, 78 per cent would like to work remotely for some or all of the time after the crisis is over.
As of the weekend, you could be sitting on a beach in Queensland and send a pint to your friend on Quay Street. 1520 Bar in the heart of the Latin Quarter Galway has come up with the perfect gift this festive season. They have teamed up with the boffins in Booniverse to bring you the groundbreaking "Buy a Pal a Pint' feature in the Galway App. Simply download the app and buy a pint for a pal you love who loves a pint.
This Sunday, October 27, at 2am, the clocks go back so brace yourself, the days are getting shorter and the nights are getting darker, longer and, of course, much colder, a combination that makes us sleepy, and moody and perpetually ready for bed.
Lunch, fashion, entertainment and race fever took over on The Ardilaun Hotel, in association with the National Breast Cancer Research Institute, on Tuesday for another successful First Furlong Charity pre-races luncheon