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Elwood returns to Connacht Rugby in new domestic role

Eric Elwood is returning to Connacht Rugby as the province’s new domestic rugby manager.

Statement of interest can be a trump card

Q: Yesterday I attended for interview for a marketing role and felt I did well. I’m a new graduate and it was my first job interview. This morning, I got an email from the employer thanking me for coming along. She asked me to email her back confirming that I am still interested in the position. I am definitely interested, but found this to be an unusual question. Surely the fact that I turned up for the interview shows that I am interested. How should I reply? (LD, email).

Antarctic explorer named as visiting professor at NUI Galway

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Antarctic explorer, Professor Bill Baker of the University of South Florida, has been appointed as Visiting Professor of Marine Biodiscovery at NUI Galway through funding from the Beaufort Research Awards for one year.

Immunotec announces expansion into Irish market

THE jewel in the crown of “natural immune health” – Immunotec Research, Montreal, Quebec, Canada announces their recent expansion into the Irish market.

Savings for employers from PRSI Incentive Scheme for JobBridge interns, says Minister Burton

Substantial savings in PRSI for employers who create jobs and take on eligible employees, including JobBridge interns, after January 1 2012, have been announced by Minister for Social Protection, Joan Burton, who has reminded employers that they may avail of the Employer Job PRSI Incentive Scheme until the end of 2012.

Jobs boost for Cellulac after European Commission cash injection

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A Galway-based start-up business is celebrating a €2.8 million cash injection that will create 14 high end jobs.

Pharmaceutical giant announces Connemara jobs boost

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An announcement made by global pharmaceutical company Mylan that it is to create more than 500 new positions, 220 of which are to be based at its facility in Connemara, has been broadly welcomed as a major boost.

Future bright for science and tech graduates, IDA exec tells students

THE FUTURE is bright for graduates in the science, technology, engineering and multilingual (STEM) sectors, according to Industrial Development Agency (IDA) senior executive, Brendan McDonagh.

Galway placed second in Hireland league of new jobs pledged

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Companies in Galway have promised to create 105 jobs — the highest number of jobs pledged in the country outside Dublin — under the recently launched Hireland initiative.

Treat your skin to Galway Laser’s new deluxe facial

The Galway Laser and Skincare Clinic has added a new and ultra-effective facial to its already impressive range of treatments and services - an MD Formulations Deluxe Facial which not only deep cleanses the skin, leaving it feeling like new, but also goes some way in dispelling the suspicions surrounding glycolic skin peels.

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