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An online initiative by Mayo County Council with the Western Development Commission (WDC) will see millions of people in the global Mayo family get connected through an innovative and exciting online project, www.mayo.ie. The new website launched by An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, at The Museum of Country Life on Friday last, will bring together a wide range of information on all aspects of Mayo from business and social interaction to genealogy and local history.
Westport native Fintan Friel is coming back to his roots with his new exhibition, From the Archive.
LookWest.ie, the Western Development Commission’s (WDC) online guide to living, working and doing business in Ireland’s western region, has been shortlisted for a social media award. The awards, which celebrate the best of social media, are organised by Damien Mulley, one of Ireland’s leading authorities on social media. Winners will be selected by a panel of judges comprising a combination of industry experts and members of the public who have been selected as judges because of their interest and knowledge in online social networking.
Galway has in recent years witnessed an increase in the use of bilingual signage in the city. This is largely due to the work of Gaillimh le Gaeilge in partnership with Galway City Council and the business community through the Galway Chamber and other groups, to develop Galway’s unique Irish image and to gain bilingual status for the city.
LookWest.ie, the Western Development Commission’s online guide to living, working, and doing business in Ireland’s Western Region, is in the running for a Social Media Award at tonight’s award ceremony. The campaign has been shortlisted in the Use Of Social Media By A State Body category.
WH Good Ltd has been trading on Kilkenny’s High Street for almost 85 years and while none of the employees have been working in the business for that long, there are some staff members with impressive service records.
An exhibition entitled Hidden Histories of Women in Computing has gone on display at the Digital Enterprise Research Institute (DERI) in NUI Galway. The exhibition highlights how, in spite of many obstacles, women have over the centuries made significant contributions to advances in communications and computer technologies.
Energy enthusiasts in Westmeath are being urged to check out a new blog - www.energyinnovation.ie - which has been launched by ESB International (ESBI).
Sixty-four per cent of Mayo claim they feel more physically or mentally exhausted than ever before, according to the latest Pharmaton Fight Fatigue Report.
Mullingar and Athlone will be at the centre of a new brand which aims to promote the Midlands for business, tourism, education, and culture.