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Over the past six months, many people have been struggling to communicate efficiently during virtual meetings. Would you like to deliver your presentation, report, or point of view with more confidence online?
Due to Covid-19 and related Government restrictions, the organisers of Medical Technology Ireland 2020 have unfortunately had to take the difficult decision to postpone Medical Technology Ireland 2020 at Galway Racecourse. They are sorry that they are unable to welcome their exhibitors and visitors to Galway Racecourse this year.
Some 59 per cent of Irish motorists have looked at their phones while driving within the last year, according to new nationwide research carried out by iReach on behalf of Toyota Ireland.
Pale Blue Dot ® Recruitment has partnered with COPE Galway as their official charity for 2020. COPE Galway, are a local Galway Charity, whose vision is an “Improved Quality of Life in a Home of your Own” for people affected by homelessness, women and children experiencing domestic abuse, and older people.
The battle against cyber crime, bullying and hate posts will be boosted by the appointment of a specialised regional cyber crime unit of An Garda Siochana due to open in the coming months, it was confirmed this week.
When Foróige Galway Youth Services and Corrib Kids Coding partnered at the start of the year to plan summer programmes, neither could have imagined how such projects would turn out.
Aghamore man among researchers from five universities awarded prestigious Lero Director’s Prizes
Kia has released the first images of the upgraded Kia Stinger, revealing a refreshed design for the high-performance fastback sports sedan.
Pale Blue Dot® Recruitment is an international award-winning recruitment agency providing professional placement and temporary staffing solutions to Ireland’s medtech industry. Incorporated in 2017, the company has recently expanded to a team of five and offer an unrivalled service to both client and candidate.
From September, children and young people in Galway will have access to three new music hubs – one in Ballinasloe, one in Clifden, and Wellpark Music Hub in Galway city. The new music hubs will offer affordable weekly music lessons to ages six to 18.