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CompTIA Network+ blended course starting soon in Galway

GRETB Training Centre is now offering a fully-funded, tutor-led CompTIA Network+ course. This blended course will include one in-person workshop in Galway city per week and daily online tutor support. It starts Monday, February 20, and will run over 20 weeks.

Rotary Club of Athlone launches annual Tree of Remembrance campaign

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The Rotary Club of Athlone has launched its annual Christmas fundraising campaign – The Tree of Remembrance.

Substantial EU fund for Midland’s welcome but must deliver sustainable jobs – Naughten

Local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten, has welcomed the allocation of a €169m EU Just Transition Fund for the Midland counties but cautioned that it is “vital that this funding delivers long term sustainable jobs across the region to replace the jobs lost in both the ESB and Bord na Mona”.

Funding for Midlands LGBT+ community services will provide support to rural groups

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A grant of €98,000 has been awarded to the Midlands LGBT+ Project for operating costs for the coming year.

Athlone Springs Hotel to host inaugural national Meals on Wheels Network conference

The theme of the first ever National Meals on Wheels Network conference to take place in the Athlone Springs Hotel on Friday, November 25, is ‘Celebrating the Role of Meals on Wheels in Ireland – Now and into the Future’.

Galway Community College welcome Erasmus+ students for their final visit as part of their joint climate change study in the EU

Galway Community College (GCC), GRETB welcomed another delegation of Erasmus+ students and teachers from schools in Croatia and Spain, to Galway city this week, for the final mobility of the endangered species and biodiversity project, a climate change research study in the European Union, that all three schools have been working on for the last year.

Soroptimist International Athlone marks significant charter milestone anniversary

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To mark the 60th anniversary of the Soroptimist International Athlone club charter, the dynamic organisation installed a bench at Athlone Regional Sports Centre in recognition of those who support wellbeing and encourage friendships.

Long Covid – help is at hand

Most people who get Covid-19 get better very quickly. Some people continue to experience symptoms, and even have other symptoms develop in the weeks and sometimes months following their infection. This is commonly referred to as long Covid. Some of the more common long Covid symptoms include a lasting cough, fatigue, aches and pains, brain fog, loss of taste, loss of sense of smell, and insomnia.

Credit control is essential for survival warns IFAC

Ifac is advising Galway SMEs and start-up businesses to get their credit under control to ensure long-term survival

Lough Ree RNLI responds to 20 calls for assistance in first six months of 2022

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Despite a quiet start to the year on Midland waters, because of pandemic related issues, Lough Ree RNLI volunteer crews responded to a call for assistance over the weekend (Saturday, July 9) which brought the total ‘call-outs’ for the year to 20.


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