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Fine Gael TD for Mayo, Alan Dillon, has welcomed confirmation from National Broadband Ireland that ‘make ready’ works are well underway around Castlebar and Ballina with over 2,100 premises to be connected before year-end.
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Q: I started a new job nine months ago. Since then, I’ve met only about five of my colleagues face to face, and just for brief periods. We’ve all been working from home, and I feel quite isolated. We do all the usual bonding stuff such as online cookery and cocktail-making events but they’re not the same. I fear this will not change any time soon and I’m wondering what I can do to make me enjoy work more. My productivity is starting to dip too? (EC, email).
Galway city and Ballinasloe are two of the latest areas to benefit from the new National Broadband Plan.
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Ibec, the group that represents Irish business, has published the results of a major survey of business that reveals that businesses across Ireland are beginning their preparations for a gradual return to workplaces in the coming weeks and months.
Ibec, the group that represents Irish business, has said that as the economy gradually reopens and restrictions ease, decades of chronic underinvestment in key infrastructure including transport, is threatening to undermine the prospects for economic recovery.
College life without meeting classmates, playing sport, or the social interactions that come as a rite of passage have been mentioned as the more obvious side effects of a year of studying virtually. But it has its pros and cons, according to one NUI Galway journalism student gave her view on what life was like while studying for post graduate studies.
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