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‘Who’s Calling?’ Childline: supporting young people in Ireland

This year Westlife are helping the ISPCC’s Childline service to launch it’s “Who’s Calling” awareness initiative, the aim of which is to highlight the difficulties with which Ireland’s children are contacting the society. Young people are able to contact the service for a wide range of reasons; 63 per cent of calls from children were about their personal life. This can cover a lot of topics such as school, bereavement, and mental health issues. Childline is accessible to all children and young people throughout Mayo and Ireland. The ISPCC’s staff call to various schools throughout the county making as many as possible aware of the service, and indeed the various means of accessing it.

1,000 new jobs created by Udaras — report states

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A total of 1,038 new jobs were created and 928 new jobs approved in 2007 in Gaeltacht areas, according to their annual report launch this yesterday.

1,000 new jobs created by Udaras — report states

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A total of 1,038 new jobs were created and 928 new jobs approved in 2007 in Gaeltacht areas, according to their annual report launch this yesterday.

Creative economy has considerable potential for the western region – WDCa

Creative enterprises such as digital media, film, art, design and the Irish language have significant potential for future economic development in the western region. That’s according to the Western Development Commission (WDC) who are devising a strategy for the region’s creative economy in conjunction with regional businesses and a high-level industry advisory group.

At last — a tv service that requires no licence

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A telecommunications company is seeking to take advantage of the reform in broadcasting law to offer viewers free internet-based TV.

Galway - embraced by Dr Strangelove?

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Week II

AirSpeed Telecom wins contract to provide back-up network for BreastCheck

AirSpeed Telecom, the telecommunications company which operates a nationwide licensed wireless radio transmission network, has been awarded a three-year contract to provide a back-up network for BreastCheck, the national breast cancer screening service.

Greens offer new voice for new challenges for Westport

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Fergus McAllister was selected by the Mayo Green Party to run as a candidate for the Westport Town Council election this June. McAllister says that he will concentrate his immediate attention on supporting local businesses so that closures can be staved off and jobs can be protected.

AirSpeed Telecom awarded contract to connect Údarás

AirSpeed Telecom, the telecommunications company which operates a nationwide licensed wireless radio transmission network, has been awarded a contract with Údarás na Gaeltachta to provide high speed connectivity from the Údarás na Gaeltachta headquarters in Na Forbacha, Co. Galway to their regional offices and to the Government network.

Broadband, infrastructure and renewable energy just some of the topics for WDC seminar

If you are concerned with the road, rail and air infrastructure into and out of Mayo, then an upcoming Western Development Commission (WDC) seminar, organised by Castlebar Chamber, will be of interest to you.

 

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