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County Westmeath market rents higher in first three months of 2024 than year previously

Market rents in County Westmeath were on average 9.3% higher in the first three months of 2024 than a year previously, the latest quarterly Daft.ie rental report has revealed.

New low point for housing stock availability pushes county property prices higher

A new low for housing stock availability has resulted in the escalation of property premiums in County Westmeath, the latest Daft.ie house price report has revealed.

€3.5 million fellowship programme launched to probe technology’s influence on time

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Lero, the Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) Research Centre for Software, launched a €3.5 million postdoctoral fellowship programme which will recruit 19 world-class researchers to universities across Ireland.

County Westmeath market rents higher in final three months of 2023 than one year previously

Market rents in County Westmeath were on average 10.1% higher in the final three months of 2023 than a year previously, the latest quarterly Daft.ie rental report has revealed.

World renowned osteoporosis expert Prof Moira O’Brien to address Galway health seminar

Aoife Ní Eochaidh, Chartered Physiotherapist, Clinical Specialist in pelvic, bone, women and men's health, based at Suite 10, Bon Secours Consultant’s clinic, in Galway, will host a bone health themed health seminar for the general public, in the process raising funds for the charity, The Irish Osteoporosis Society.

County Westmeath rents continue to rise in final quarter of year - Daft.ie report

Market rents in County Westmeath were on average 1% higher in the final quarter of 2023 than a year previously, compared to a rise of 7% seen a year ago, the latest quarterly Daft.ie rental report has revealed.

House prices go up while supply goes down, according to latest property report

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House prices in Galway city and county continue to rise as supply is down one quarter.

World renowned osteoporosis expert to speak in Galway

Aoife Ní Eochaidh, chartered physiotherapist, clinical specialist in pelvic, bone, women and men’s health, who is based at Suite 10, Bon Secours Consultant’s Clinic, in Galway, is organising a health seminar for the general public to raise awareness around bone health and to raise funds for the charity, the Irish Osteoporosis Society. The seminar will be held in the Galway Bay Hotel, Salthill, on Tuesday January 9 from 7pm to 9pm, with doors open at 6.30pm. There will be three speakers on the night, Prof Moira O’Brien, president, the Irish Osteoporosis Society, Michele O’Brien, CEO, the Irish Osteoporosis Society, and Aoife Ni Eochaidh.

County Westmeath rents continue to rise in third quarter of year - Daft.ie report

Market rents in County Westmeath were on average 9.6% higher in the third quarter of 2023 than a year previously, the latest quarterly Daft.ie rental report has revealed.

Desire for beautiful skin has always been with us

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It would be easy to assume that aesthetic medicine is a very modern concept, but its history goes back further than you might think. Why did Cleopatra reputedly bathe in soured donkey milk? Perhaps she knew about the benefits of lactic acid (contained in sour milk) which is now used as a chemical peel to gently remove surface skin cells and reveal smoother, blemish free skin underneath.

 

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