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For generations, the river acted as some form of suicide magnet

Helicopters and Galway have always had a strange relationship. For a decade or so, the chopper was the preferred mode of transport for the moneyed classes who made their way to and from Ballybrit - the air above the city becoming almost as congested as the traffic lanes below.

Free seminar on digital marketing at Ballybane Enterprise Centre

Ballybane Enterprise Centre will host a free seminar, at 7.30pm on Thursday April 3, on Digital Marketing, with particular emphasis on Facebook for Business.

Internet is a growing problem for couples

A local relationship counselling service has seen an increasing number of people citing their partner’s internet usage as having a damaging effect on their relationship.

Forty per cent rise in ‘drop-in’ callers to city domestic violence refuge

The number of women who “dropped in” to a city based domestic violence service without a prior appointment seeking information and support, was up by almost 40 per cent last year, according to new figures, released this week.

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GMIT and NUIG voice opposition to unofficial Rag Week events

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This week the unofficial Rag Week celebrations kicked off prompting both GMIT and NUI Galway students’ unions to reiterate their opposition to the events.

Municipal gallery and major concert venue are key for city’s challenge for Capital of Culture

The creation of a municipal art gallery and a large scale venue for major concerts and events is vital if Galway is to put in a serious challenge for the title of European Capital of Culture.

Mayo schools invited to take part in ISPCC apprentice youth award

The ISPCC are inviting secondary schools in Mayo to take part in their Shield Youth Award. Transition Year students will take part in an Apprentice style competition, with the top three schools in the country being invited to present their project in a boardroom at the heart of Dublin’s financial district to Celebrity Apprentice judge Caroline Downey and two other celebrity judges.

Higgins warns of dangers of online ‘Neknominations’ craze

“Be your own person and not be somebody else’s fool,” is the message Labour’s Galway senator Lorraine Higgins is sending to those tempted to take part in ‘Neknominations’.

Working from home — how to find and keep your motivation

If you want to find and keep your motivation in 2014, this seminar is for you! Nowadays, many of us work from home. We may be in business, setting up a business or looking for employment – whatever the situation, we face similar issues. Have you ever found yourself sharpening pencils or checking social media instead of tackling an important task?


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