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McDonagh family take to the road to celebrate the producers behind Supermac's success

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The team at Supermac’s are passionate about their great tasting fresh Irish food, and their farmers and suppliers who supply their best produce. The suppliers have become friends of Pat and Una McDonagh’s over the years. They are keen to share stories of their produce and products, and the McDonaghs are proud that more than 500 suppliers and thousands of farm families throughout the country play a key role in delivering delicious produce to Supermac's every day.

Celebrating five years in business with a fresh approach

The pandemic has altered life as we know it, in some cases, for the better. Busy mum of four, Galway trainer, nutrition therapist, and women’s health expert Jess Keniston, has worked to make healthy living easier, whatever the restrictions.

Empower Start now open for applications

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Empower, the women’s entrepreneurship programme, which is run by the GMIT iHubs, is now accepting applications for the next EMPOWER START programme.

Women’s entrepreneurship empower programme ‘Empower Start’ now open for application

EMPOWER, the women’s entrepreneurship programme, which is run by the GMIT iHubs, is now accepting applications for the next EMPOWER START programme. The EMPOWER Programme is free to participants and aims to fast track female-led businesses in the West and North West of Ireland. EMPOWER is funded by the Department of Justice and Equality and the European Social Fund.

Julian Assange and the criminalisation of journalism

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“Journalism is a crime”. That thought came to mind as Insider watched the Israelis destroying the tower building in Gaza which housed the international news agencies.

Clifden railway - An outstanding engineering accomplishment

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Pádraig Pearse’s first visit to Connemara was in 1903, when he was 24 years of age. He was sent there by Conrad na Gaeilge, a nation-wide Irish language movement, then gaining momentum year after year, to examine a group of young teachers from the Ros Muc area, to see if they were fit to teach Irish. When this young romantic man, already with an image of an ‘Irish Ireland’ in his mind, stepped from the train at Maam Cross station, he had a life-changing realisation that this was ‘a little Gaelic kingdom of its own’.

Local medtech company develops mask spray which blocks 99 per cent of pathogens

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Aquila Bioscience, a medical technology company based at NUI Galway, has developed a groundbreaking new barrier spray making reusable masks up to 99 per cent effective at blocking airborne pathogens and particles.

Ireland Funds launches annual business start-ups competition

The Ireland Funds has launched its annual Business Plan Competition 2021, offering €27,000 to kick-start four smart, new business ideas.

Competition offering €27,000 to boost early-stage start-ups

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The Ireland Funds launches its tenth annual Business Plan Competition, in partnership with St Patrick’s Mental Health Services

Turbulence in careers prompted as Covid-19 set to continue in 2021

New data shows that turbulence will continue to be a feature of career journeys in 2021 for those in employment, job seekers, the self-employed, and founders of new businesses, according to a new survey.

 

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