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Proceeds of crime fund to support Mayo community projects now open for applications

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Mayo Fine Gael TD Alan Dillon has outlined that applications are now open for a new fund which will see the proceeds of crime re-invested in local projects to improve community safety.

Late try books league semi final spot for Corinthians

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Corinthians have advanced to semi-final of the Energia League following a dramatic Division 2B win over Blackrock College by 31-24 in Corinthian Park on Saturday.

Horan happy with progress so far for Mayo

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Mayo reeled off five points on the bounce down the closing stretch in Hyde Park to see off Armagh last Sunday, that win has given James Horan's side seven points from a possible eight so far in the league.

City will need 4,433 houses built by end of the decade

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Galway city will need 4,433 houses by 2028, and of these 1,575 will need to be social housing and 903 will have to be affordable housing, if the city is to seriously tackle the growing local authority waiting list.

NUI Galway launches Designing Futures programme for next generation graduates

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NUI Galway has launched a new educational programme that will prepare students to deal with the complexity and uncertainty of life and the future world of work.

Eagerly contested affair as courageous Buccaneers put on brave Belfast display

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The top of the table clash between Queen’s University and Buccaneers provided highly entertaining fare with the league leaders forced to battle all the way to maintain their winning sequence and their perch on top of the Energia All-Ireland League Division 2A as it breaks for the festive season.

Beware the reactionaries spreading fear and doubt about realities of Covid

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As we get closer to the end of the year, Insider has once again been in a reflective mood. Almost two years into the pandemic, and the associated restrictions, the cumulative impact of trauma and hopes dashed is having an impact on so many of us.

How to get the right tone in an interview

Q: I’m going for a big job interview next week. And when I say big, I mean big. The biggest I’ll have gone for so far, and perhaps the biggest I will ever tackle. I want to let them know everything. As the saying goes, I aim to leave it all our there on the field. However, in two mock interviews I’ve done with my work colleague over the last fortnight, I find myself struggling to remember details from all my employments to date. I’ve tried various ways of prompting myself, but they just aren’t working. My roles to date have been wide and varied and are choc-a-bloc with experience that I’m sure would impress the panel. How can I get this right? (KJ, email).

COP26, biodiversity and Galway

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Policy-makers could really benefit from talking to children more. In a survey carried out at an event in June organised by the Galway National Park City initiative involving young people from 13 city primary schools, participants were asked what they loved most about Galway.

€20bn housing investment in five-year Government plan

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40,000 homes to be delivered annually as outlined at Fine Gael Ard Fheis


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