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TUS digital marketing students give local companies branding boost

Digital marketing students at TUS are helping Irish businesses expand their digital footprint and increase their competitiveness through an innovative academia/industry live project.

Coldtober raises staggering amount for Helplink mental health services

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Helplink provide accessible, free or low cost mental health services; locally, nationally and internationally, seven days a week and out–of–hours. The three types of mental health services that Helplink provide are: Counselling, Information Provision and Education.

One hundred per cent success at record O’Donnellan & Joyce auction

Friday November 19 turned out to be a phenomenal day of sales for O’Donnellan & Joyce with a wide range of properties going under the auction hammer in the company's live stream auction, and all properties selling in under an hour. Colm O’Donnellan took to the podium at the auction which was viewed live by more than 4,000 people from the comfort of their own homes and offices across Ireland and around the world.

Galway among highest petrol prices in Ireland

Galway and Dublin are currently two of the most expensive counties on average in Ireland to fuel a car, according to a new national survey carried out by the Irish Independent.

O’Donnellan & Joyce launches November property auction

The team at O’Donnellan & Joyce are gearing up for their next live stream auction, set to take place on Friday, November 19, at 12 noon. November’s mix of auction properties for sale include commercial premises, farmlands, and an urban pad in Galway city centre, as well as many other properties throughout the country. The full auction catalogue is available to view on www.odonnjoyce.com.

Should the Irish diaspora have remained at home to fight the good fight?

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Although assisted emigration was frowned upon by some bishops and by the Land League leaders Michael Davitt and Charles S Parnell, there were some assisted schemes that were carefully planned, and in many cases worked well. The schemes that worked best were those which helped Irish families to avoid settlement in the great eastern cities of America where large numbers were caught in huge, stinking slums where it could take a generation or two to escape from.

McDonagh family take to the road to celebrate the producers behind Supermac's success

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The team at Supermac’s are passionate about their great tasting fresh Irish food, and their farmers and suppliers who supply their best produce. The suppliers have become friends of Pat and Una McDonagh’s over the years. They are keen to share stories of their produce and products, and the McDonaghs are proud that more than 500 suppliers and thousands of farm families throughout the country play a key role in delivering delicious produce to Supermac's every day.

Lymphatic Drainage Massage at Anne Tobin Beauty Clinic

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Anne Tobin Beauty Clinic located in the heart of Castlebar is offering fantastic slimming programmes and lymphatic drainage (as seen on TV show The Doctors).

Phenomenal day of sales at the O’Donnellan and Joyce September auction

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Friday September 17 turned out to be a phenomenal day of sales with more than 30 properties going under the auction hammer in the O’Donnellan & Joyce digital auction room. Colm O’Donnellan took to the podium at his live stream property auction which was viewed live by more than 7,000 people. Speaking through smartphones, tablets, and computers in homes and offices across Ireland and indeed abroad, Mr O'Donnellan outlined how the live stream auction works, demonstrating that the team have the technology, the manpower, and the determination to survive the current challenges of this long-lasting pandemic and continue to deliver on their promise to buyers and sellers of property both locally and nationally.

Westmeath female entrepreneurs urged to apply for business initiative

Westmeath female entrepreneurs are encouraging others from the county to join the latest cycle of ACORNS - a highly-successful development initiative to support early-stage female entrepreneurs living in rural Ireland.

 

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