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Q: My company have advertised a role I feel I should get – but I actually think they’ve advertised the wrong role. In reality, they should have created two or three roles and broken up the responsibilities differently. I believe this would be more effective and efficient for the company at a time of rapid growth. Should I say this to them in the interview? (LD, email).
The Road Safety Authority is urging multiple learner permit holders, eligible to sit a driving test, to apply for one without delay.
Sherry FitzGerald recently held a very successful multi-lot auction at Leopardstown Racecourse, Dublin. With 20 of the 26 lots sold, the company had a strong success rate on the day.
THE PÁLÁS Supper Club, the cinema's monthly event in its restaurant involving food and a classic film, will see screenings of The Guard and The Quiet Man in September.
'GALWAY GIRL' has been the title of both a Steve Earle song and an Ed Sheeran song. The term is about to be put to better use by the award-winning crime writer Ken Bruen in his forthcoming novel.
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Sport is the great entertainment of the masses and Gaelic Football is the one that whets the appetite like no other on the west coast.
Another busy SSE Airtricity League first division weekend looms for Galway United, who host Cabinteely at Eamonn Deacy Park tomorrow before travelling to City Calling Stadium on Monday for a clash against Longford Town.
This very stylised plan of Galway was made in 1583 by Barnaby Googe and is the earliest surviving map of the city. It shows the walled town as it stood at the end of the medieval period. Galway was packed with houses: the D-shaped circuit of walls with mural towers and gates was complete; there was only one bridge over the fast flowing river, which was also an important salmon fishery, and it possessed a wharf or landing place for ships. The parish church of St Nicholas and the central market place with its market cross were prominent in the townscape, which was structured around the northeast/southwest axis of Shop Street branching into Main Guard Street and High Street/Quay Street.