Creagh College receive €3,000 in funding for new Leaving Certificate subjects

Creagh College receive €3,000 in funding for new Leaving Certificate subjects Creagh College will receive €3,000 to support the roll out of new Leaving certificate subjects this September. Computer Science and Physical Education will be on...

JFK Trust to mark 30 years afloat with major event in September

JFK Trust to mark 30 years afloat with major event in September Michael Ryan, first chairperson of the JFK Trust with Walter O’Leary, current chairpersonMembers of the first board of the JFK Trust, Michael Ryan,...

UK growth set to rebound as summer weather defrosts economy

UK growth set to rebound as summer weather defrosts economy Economic growth in the second quarter is expected to reach 0.4%. The recent heatwave is expected to have boosted the economy (PA) UK economic growth is expected...

Hagstravaganza beer festival boosts local economy by €250k

Hagstravaganza beer festival boosts local economy by €250k Ballymote Bulletin International breweries were shown local attractions such as Carter Oyster Farm in Strandhill Last weekend's Hagstravaganza international brewery festival in Ballymote brought in an estimated €250,000 into...

Zimbabwean opposition claims soldiers hunting its supporters for detention

Zimbabwean opposition claims soldiers hunting its supporters for detention Spokesman Nkululeko Sibanda claimed many people have gone into hiding following violence sparked by the election result. Opposition party supporters arrested during a raid arrive a court...

European economy slows amid global trade war fears

European economy slows amid global trade war fears Growth eased to 0.3%, down from 0.4% in the first quarter. There are fears of a global trade war over the policies pursued by US president Donald Trump...

Early general election would do irreparable damage to Ireland, says minister

Early general election would do irreparable damage to Ireland, says minister John Halligan said an early poll would jeopardise Ireland’s economy and that politicians should put country over party. Minister John Halligan said an early general...

How fully employed workforce still ‘two years off’

How fully employed workforce still 'two years off' 75pc of adults are at work in the UK, while less than 70pc are in Ireland. Stock photo The number of people out of work has dropped by...

Child physical abuse could stay online despite Facebook exposé

Child physical abuse could stay online despite Facebook exposé Stock photo: Reuters Facebook is considering allowing content showing child physical abuse to remain online for a "specified period" following controversy over its content moderation policies. It comes...

Hotels face higher costs due to staff shortages

Hotels face higher costs due to staff shortages Dublin hotels increased their profits by 12pc, according to a new survey. (stock photo) Ireland's resurgent hotel sector is facing competition for labour that is likely to push...

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