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NUI Galway offers free places on top software programme

NUI Galway, in collaboration with 19 software industry partners, is offering a limited number of free places on its Higher Diploma in Software Design and Development Programme – Industry Stream. This programme was recently awarded the accolade of being Postgraduate Programme of the Year in Information Technology by Grad Ireland.

DERI produce high tech treasure hunt to raise funds for Simon

NUI Galway’s Digital Enterprise Research Institute is helping Galway Simon Community to raise funds in a fun, and innovative way. The two organisations have teamed up to organise a pirate treasure hunt with a difference for the Volvo Ocean Race finale in Galway, 30 June – 8 July.

Largest Chinese state broadcaster to make programmes on Galway tourism

China’s largest state-run TV broadcaster, Xinhua, is to visit Galway next week to make programmes on tourism here, with a second programme in the pipeline focusing on trade and investment, that is according to Fine Gael Senator for Galway West, Fidelma Healy Eames.

Reveal dramatically smoother, younger looking skin with a Jetpeel

Did you know that you can reveal dramatically more radiant, younger-looking, line- and blemish-free skin, in under an hour with a high tech but non-invasive JetPeel facial at Therapie Clinic? Therapie Clinic has long been a skin expert with clinics nationwide, most recently opening in Athlone beside Athlone Towncentre shopping centre, at 4 Fairview Terrace, Garden Vale.

New ‘superhighway’ internet cable from US could create Mayo ‘Silicon Valley’

“The biggest news story in Mayo since Knock Airport” is how one insider described the revelation this week that a major dark fibre optic cable from Mayo to New York is set to be developed.

Local recruitment company reports strong job growth in first half of 2011

Data released this week by the Galway-based Collins McNicholas Recruitment and HR Services Group, one of Ireland’s leading recruitment firms, has revealed significant job growth in the first half of 2011 with the number of job vacancies registered with Collins McNicholas in 2011, 58 per cent higher than it was in the first half of 2010.

New high tech business opened in Westport over Christmas

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A new business was launched in Westport over Christmas when Enda Kenny TD officiated at the opening of engineering business Horizon West, a high tech start-up delivering technical support services to manufacturers in the life sciences, electronics, and other knowledge based sectors. Horizon West expects to double its current workforce to 20 within the next year.

Hi tech fitness for the time poor

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BodySmart in Barna leads with the Power Plate as its key high tech equipment focus. Developed by NASA to help astronauts regain muscle tone and strengthen bone density after spending time in space without gravity, the device has incredible uses for the rest of us, according to Morgan Pierce, MD of BodySmart.

Former president’s daughter launches Euro campaign in Kilkenny

Psychotherapist, former Green Party Councillor for Dun Laoghaire Rathdown and former president’s daughter, Nessa Childers may seem like an unlikely character to be running on the Labour Party ticket for Europe, but she is adamant that she should be there.

Martin’s Labour Force One

With the upbeat campaign message and song of ‘Things Can Only Get Better’, Labour’s Councillor Keith Martin is hoping to make a historic breakthrough in southwest Mayo and take one of the four seats in the Westport electoral area.

 

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