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Preparing for an interview is a bit like gold mining

Q: I have an interview coming up. There are not many opportunities like this in the current climate and I need to do well. I understand research and preparation are crucial. But what else would it take to get to be the chosen one? (BC, email).

Hidden Hearing gives gift of hearing to those in need

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For many, 2020 quickly turned into living life in a bubble, missing family and friends, and relying on the goodwill of others to provide support, care, and company.

Communities asked to ‘Light up for Road Safety’

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Local Authority Road Safety Officers across Ireland are asking the public to shine a light for road safety on World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims, From 7pm to 8pm this Sunday, November 15.

Kyne demands greater support for local businesses as Covid pandemic 'changes the way we shop'

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Eleven Galway retailers have been allocated funding, under the Covid-19 Online Retail Scheme, to help strengthen their online presence and attract new customers.

COVID-19 lab test equipment for Galway University Hospitals delivers quicker test results

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The laboratory at Galway University Hospitals has begun COVID-19 testing using a new high-throughput molecular PCR machine. The new equipment will enable the laboratory to process up to 500 swabs from patients per day, with a turnaround of approximately three hours per batch. Until now the laboratory was carrying out COVID-19 batch testing on two separate machines with a turnaround of up to 10 hours and a maximum of 300 tests per day.

United primed for late play-off push after break for Covid cases

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Following six wins in seven SSE Airtricity League first division games, Galway United are primed to make a late push for a play-off position. A number of Covid cases in the club stopped activity for a two-week period, but United now make a welcome return to action at Eamonn Deacy Park next Tuesday evening when hosting Drogheda United.

The west needs 'a fair share of the pie' in Budget 2021

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Delivering major infrastructure projects, such as the Port of Galway, and extending the waiver on commercial rates to 12 months for businesses impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic are essential if the west of Ireland is to thrive in the future.

Is burnout killing your weight loss?

Did you know that your adrenal glands (on top of your kidneys) hugely impact your weight loss success? In many people, adrenal burnout results in little or no weight loss. Even more important, these glands hugely influence your physical health, mental health, and ageing.

'You're not invincible', warns NUI Galway student who was struck down by Covid-19

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It is Tuesday morning and many of us are waking up to the images on our social media pages of Galway's Spanish and Middle Arches being thronged with young people revelling and drinking from the night before.

Coping with burnout

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Do you feel tired and drained most of the time? Do you suffer from muscular pain and frequent headaches? Have you lost your appetite and is your sleeping pattern disturbed?


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