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Two first year students at Our Lady’s Bower have been making waves, featuring in an Irish Times special on the direct provision system in Ireland and putting together a documentary on RTÉ radio during the Christmas holidays.
The Irish Times and AIB are calling out to all entrepreneurs to enter a special start up competition to earn a place in AIB Start Up Academy in association with The Irish Times. Budding entrepreneurs who are successful will benefit from the best expertise and weekly hands on mentoring from the Irish Times and AIB.
AIB and The Irish Times have collaborated to launch the AIB Start up Academy, a new initiative to support entrepreneurs across Ireland. AIB and The Irish Times are working together to build a nationwide community of entrepreneurs from all sectors and with all levels of experience.
Erris is still going wild with delight after the region was named on Saturday by The Irish Times as the nation’s top destination for rugged, unspoilt beauty and adventure.
Online Marketing in Galway is hosting a free seminar on digital media and marketing.
The Irish Times is on the hunt to find ‘The Best Place To Go Wild’ in Ireland and is inviting people in County Galway to nominate their favourite place to experience nature.
Learn how to get the most out of Twitter at a free briefing event organised by Irish Times Training, which will take place in Galway next month.
RIVERRUN, OLWEN Fouéré’s imaginative and acclaimed stage interpretation of Joyce’s Finnegan’s Wake, which premiered at last year’s Galway Arts Festival, is to be staged in London.
The MidlandsIreland.ie Best in Business Awards were held in The Tullamore Court Hotel last Friday.
Achill Island and Louisburgh have made it on to the longlist in The Irish Times’ competition The Best Place to Holiday in Ireland. It will join 23 other holiday hotspots in the race to be named as Ireland’s best place to holiday. The other finalists include Dingle, Inis Meain and The Shannon River. Every county in the country was represented in the competition, with over 1,400 entries submitted in total by members of the public. The winning place will be announced in The Irish Times on Monday, May 27. To view the longlist and to read the full submission for Achill Island and Louisburgh, visit www.irishtimes.com/bestplace