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Mayo students to take part in Washington Ireland Program

Two Mayo students, Tara Mellet and Lisa Marie O’Malley, are about to embark on a summer adventure of a lifetime to the United States, but rather than a J1 summer break they have been selected to take part in the prestigious Washington Ireland Program (WIP) an internationally recognised competitive programme that selects young people with recognised leadership skills and a commitment to service to undertake an eight week internship in the political sector in Washington DC. Both Tara and Lisa will depart for the US capital early next month.

GTI students host end of year art show

The Galway Technical Institute will run a series of end-of-year exhibitions, featuring the finished work of students from the art portfolio preparation, drawing and visual inquiry, and funiture making and design courses.

Volunteer to work in Africa this summer

Irish aid organisation Nurture Africa is looking for Galway volunteers who would like to work in Uganda this summer.

Final call for arts grants in Westmeath

Community groups and individual artists have until next Thursday March 13 to apply for arts grants administered by the county council.

All smiles as local dentist wins top national award

A local dentist’s has won a national award for her exceptional patient care.   

Minister Bruton launches €88 million SFI data analytics research centre

Insight, a new research centre for data analytics run by Science Foundation Ireland (SFI), has been officially announced by the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise, and Innovation Richard Bruton and the Minister for Research and Innovation Sean Sherlock.

Collins McNicholas Ltd and Stewart up for ‘Best Managed’ companies awards

Two Galway based companies, Collins McNicholas Ltd and Stewart, will compete to be a Best Managed Company at the annual Deloitte awards ceremony in March 2014. A symbol of organisational success and achievement, the awards are in their sixth year, and some of Ireland’s most dynamic and innovative companies now hold the prestigious Best Managed designation.

Collins McNicholas Ltd and Stewart up for ‘Best Managed’ companies awards

Two Galway based companies, Collins McNicholas Ltd and Stewart, will compete to be a Best Managed Company at the annual Deloitte awards ceremony in March 2014. A symbol of organisational success and achievement, the awards are in their sixth year, and some of Ireland’s most dynamic and innovative companies now hold the prestigious Best Managed designation.

Over €13k of ethical gifts purchased in Westmeath

Ethical gifts to the value of €13,615 were purchased by people in Westmeath from Trocaire last Christmas.

Big in Japan — NUI Galway to benefit from €1.2m funding

An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny TD has announced that a consortium of Irish Higher Education Institutions, led by NUI Galway has been awarded €1.24m in funding to collaborate with their Japanese counterparts through Science Foundation Ireland’s (SFI) International Strategic Cooperation Award (ISCA).

 

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