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Hynes’ Building in Galway city centre comes to the market

Cushman & Wakefield has just launched Hynes' Building in Galway city centre to the market for sale. The property is one of Galway’s best known office buildings, in no small part due to the fact that the building houses the Galway City Library on its ground floor.

The first year without Kevin

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One big difference is that I no longer feel strong. I used to think of my body as sturdy, trustworthy, capable of rising above the niggling health issues most people my age face. But since my husband died, that has changed. I get breathless for no reason. I tire easily. I tremble a lot, I ache. Occasionally, I have a panic attack. I’m embarrassed, because grief has aged me so much.

Careers in tech – are you thinking of studying IT or computer science?

With more than 100,000 people employed in the Irish tech sector, and with many of the global tech leaders choosing to have their headquarters in this country, the tech industry here is booming. The Central Statistics Office has valued the IT industry in Ireland at over €241 billion. Dublin is home to Google, Meta, LinkedIn, and HubSpot, to name a few. Studying IT or computer science can offer a rewarding and exciting career. Nowadays, almost every company, whether it is an SME or a large multinational, has its own IT department, meaning that IT and computer science graduates can choose to work in a range of industries such as healthcare, banking, insurance and education. University of Galway, ATU, and TUS offer courses in information technology and computer science.

Second Hand Car Buyer Advice – look at the tyres, don’t just kick them

Ireland’s second hand car market is booming with prices in the segment up more than 50 percent.

Careers in law

Law can be studied in most universities in Ireland including University of Galway, Galway ATU, Athlone TUS. University of Galway offers a Bachelor of Civil Law (BCL), law and business, law criminology and justice, as well as a BA in law which is offered through general arts. Athlone TUS offers a Bachelor’s in law and a Bachelor of business and law. All of these courses provide a comprehensive basis in the core law subjects such as company law, criminal law, constitutional law, law of contract, property law, tort and European law. These are the subjects that are required to sit the solicitor and bar exams.

Careers in Law

Law can be studied in most universities in Ireland including University of Galway, Galway ATU, Athlone TUS. University of Galway offers a Bachelor of Civil Law (BCL), Law and Business, Law Criminology and Justice as well as a BA in Law which is offered through general Arts. Athlone TUS offers a bachelor’s in law and a Bachelor of Business and law. All of these courses provide a comprehensive basis in the core law subjects such as Company law, Criminal law, Constitutional law, law of contract, Property law, Tort and European law. These are the subjects that are required to sit the solicitor and bar exams. Many of these University degree courses also offer a work placement or study abroad option which provides an enriching learning experience for the student while also making them more employable.

HOW TO SUCCEED IN YOUR FIRST JOB (Sixth Article)

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Colman Collins is the author of HOW TO SUCCEED IN YOUR FIRST JOB. Colman wrote this book to help recently qualified graduates to navigate their way successfully from the world of college to the world of work. The book is based on his forty years experience, initially as a HR Director with two blue chip multinationals including Nortel Networks here in Galway and more recently as the owner and CEO of Collins McNicholas Recruitment & HR Services Group, which also has an office in Galway.

New insurance dual pricing rules welcome if limited - Brokers Ireland

As the Central Bank of Ireland’s new regulations to combat ‘differential’ pricing in motor and home insurance come into effect, Brokers Ireland said it is unfortunate that the regulations are limited and will not outlaw all forms of differential pricing, but only discrimination for reason of tenure.

Second hand car buyer advice - look at the tyres, don’t just kick them

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Ireland’s second hand car market is booming with prices in the segment up more than 50 percent according to market analysts from donedeal.ie.

Wild nights of burning and murder

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Clifden was not the only town to experience the terror of British forces running wild, shooting, and setting fire to buildings. The previous year, July 19 1920, Tuam suffered a similar experience as Clifden, only mercifully no resident was killed on that occasion.

 

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