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News in Brief - Around the county

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News-in-brief from around the county - catch up on what's been gonig on. 

Local farmers reminded to take advantage of the annual Organic Farming Scheme

Local farmers considering an application to the Organic Farming Scheme have until April 30 to do so, following the reopening of the scheme earlier this month, with an additional budget of €4 million for 2021.

GMIT launches two new design and craft degree courses

The Design & Crafts Council Ireland has announced an exciting new partnership with Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology that will see the creation of two new degree courses for students.

New vice president of GMIT Mayo campus appointed

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Municipal District Briefs

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Welcome for funding for Castlebar projects 

Peugeot reveals new logo and brand identity

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Peugeot has launched a new logo and brand identity, in what is the 11th update to its lion emblem since 1850.

Peugeot reveals new logo

Peugeot has launched a new logo and brand identity, in what is the 11th update to its lion emblem since 1850. T

Athlone based Sidero invests in graduate placement and internship programme

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Athlone based software, cloud and digital transformation specialist, Sidero, has announced an investment of €400,000 in its graduate placement and internship programme over the past 12 months.

Murtagh and Keogh prepare for Europe

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Galway oarswomen Fiona Murtagh and Aifric Keogh will be looking for more medals when they compete at the European Rowing Championships in Italy next month.

Employee stress on the rise as workers put in almost 300 million overtime hours during pandemic

Irish workers working from home have put in 300 million overtime hours since the start of the pandemic, with growing concern over increasing workforce burnout in new research from laya healthcare. As the country faces another month at least of Level 5 restrictions, laya healthcare’s Resilience Rising: Shaping the Future of Work and Wellbeing research, one of the largest research studies among Irish employees and employers during Covid-19, reveals two in five (43%) workers are experiencing frequent stress.


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