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Men in Mayo who became parents in their teenage years are being called on to help encourage secondary school students across the county to seriously consider and understand the consequences of early sexual activity.
Enterprise Ireland’s ‘Get Export Ready’ event was held in the west recently with 30 attendees. The event is designed as a master class for potential new exporters on how to internationalise their business from an Irish base. “Indigenous Irish exports are growing year on year and our priority is to build on this momentum, getting more and more Irish companies into exporting and winning new business,” said Barry Egan, director – West Region at Enterprise Ireland.
As many as 1,000 private wells in Mayo could be contaminated with dangerous bacteria such as E coli, putting those who drink from them, especially children and the elderly, at risk of picking up a potentially very serious illness called VTEC.
Entrepreneurs in Westmeath with an innovative business idea can now apply for the New Frontiers 2013 programme commencing in July. Athlone Institute of Technology in partnership with NUI Maynooth will deliver the programme in the Midlands Mid-East region.
A quirky art installation is sure to bring a smile to the face of visitors to Galway during the Volvo Ocean Race, as well as promoting a green message.
Athlone was a science hub yesterday, Thursday March 15, as schoolchildren from across the country congregated at AIT for the national finals of the Primary Science Competition.
A new business programme for potential entrepeneurs will commence at the Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology at the end of March.
Drinking water quality in County Kilkenny has improved slightly according to a report issued recently by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): The Provision and Quality of Drinking Water in Ireland, A Report for the years 2008 – 2009.
Household waste collected in Mayo County Council area has decreased by 32.1 per cent compared to the 2008 figures, according to the Environmental Protection Agency National Waste Report 2009.
It was not just the driving winds and rain that hit Galway with unrelenting vigour on Tuesday as many numerous charities, community groups, and research organisations received a visit from President Mary McAleese who during her whirlwind whistle-stop tour of the city and county praised the excellent work and the valuable resources being created.