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Thousands of new training places for long-term unemployed

Mayo Fine Gael TD John O’Mahony, has welcomed the announcement that free educating and training places are being provided for up 6,500 people who are long-term unemployed. The Momentum programme is a Government initiative, which has been launched by the Minister for Education, Ruairí Quinn, and the Minister of State for Training and Skills, Ciarán Cannon.

How to use Twitter to grow your business

Ireland is home to some of the world's leading digital companies from Facebook to Google and Yahoo to Twitter. One cannot help but notice the growth in digital media, its constant evolution and its use as a tool to promote people, products, and businesses.

Finding business solutions in cloud computing and digital media

Cloud Computing and Digital Marketing are the Buzz words in today’s business community. An opportunity to demystify cloud technology and digital media is being offered on October 11 in Pillo Hotel Galway from 8am – 11am. This free event will include a networking breakfast at 8am

JCI Galway and the Galway Advertiser look for Galway’s friendliest business

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Galway has had an exciting summer, and during events such as the Volvo Ocean Race, the Galway Arts Festival, and the Galway Races, thousands of tourists descended on the city. Now it is the turn of local businesses to show that Galway is the friendliest place in Ireland.

New film studies scholarship to honour late Pat Sheeran

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NUI Galway has announced the creation of a new scholarship in honour of the late Professor Pat Sheeran.

Leading design software for online learning now at IT Sligo

IT Sligo has become the first third level institution in Ireland and the UK to sign a licence agreement with computer software giant Adobe – which gives institute students 24/7 access to some of the world’s leading design software from any computer, anywhere with internet access.

Massive global tourism boost for St Patrick’s Day

Myriad iconic attractions around the world are to ‘go green’ this year to mark St Patrick’s Day and to kick off Tourism Ireland’s major first half promotional drive to develop overseas tourism.

An alternative ceramics exhibition

3X2, an exhibition of contemporary clay artworks and ceramics, is currently on show at The Shed, Middle Pier, in the Galway City Harbour.

Communism, NAMA, cutting edge art – TULCA visual arts festival returns

The collapse of Communism and its legacy for Eastern Europe and the implosion of the Irish economy and its ramifications for our State are two major themes which will be explored in this year’s TULCA festival.

Westmeath student triumphs in The Digital Hub’s Best in Show award

A graduate from Athlone IT has been awarded an internship with one of Ireland’s leading production companies for his involvement in a prestigious national internship competition run by the Digital Hub Development Agency (DHDA).

 

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