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An Taoiseach Enda Kenny has commended the work done by Áras Inis Gluaire in developing the centre as a new media training hub in Mayo.
The Taoiseach Enda Kenny has congratulated the staff and students of Craggagh National School on the school's recent nomination for an Eircom Junior Spiders award, based on its online project work and blog posts relating to the Blue Star Programme. These annual awards honour outstanding achievement online and celebrate the successes of the Irish internet and digital media.
Westport College of Further Education are pleased to announce its night programme for autumn 2013. They are offering a range of certified and uncertified courses in their modern campus in Westport. They offer the following FETAC Level 5 certificates Web Design, Criminology and Agricultural Mechanics. These courses will allow you to gain valuable skills that are certified by FETAC.
Allen Business Consultancy (ABC) has been open for business for three years, providing FETAC accredited training courses, business consultancy, and web design services.
He lived through the communist regime of Enver Hoxha; pursued journalism for 13 years; sought political asylum in Ireland; published poetry in Albanian and English; and now in Galway, he is a tireless promoter and supporter of the city’s cultural and artistic scene. He is Ndrek Gjini.
Studio93 is one of Ireland’s leading graphic design and web design consultancies.
‘Business made easy’, the tag line for Kiltimagh entrepreneur’s growing business - Allen Business Consultancy (ABC) is apt given how his three pronged approach is helping businesses across the west region.
A FUNDRAISING night in aid of MADRA, the Connemara based dog rescue and adoption service, takes place on Friday, December 23 at 9pm in Monroe’s Live.
The Irish Technology Leadership Group (ITLG), a group of executives and technology leaders headquartered in Silicon Valley, and focused on helping Irish start-up companies, is leading a delegation of high level executives and investors to Dublin.
This September, Young Irish Film Makers enter into their twentieth year of making films with young people.