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NUJ hails major breakthrough as RnaG journalists win pay parity

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The National Union of Journalists has welcomed as a “major breakthrough” the announcement that all staff employed at the Irish language service RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta will now enjoy pay parity with journalists working in the English language services.

TG4/Whakaata Maori partnership to uphold cultural values and exchange resources

TG4 and Whakaata M?ori are delighted to announce the signing of a Relationship Agreement aimed at fostering a strategic partnership to uphold common values and achieve shared outcomes through the exchange of resources, knowledge, and services. This landmark agreement, signed at the 45th Celtic Media Festival in Cardiff, represents a major milestone in enhancing the connection between the M?ori and Irish-speaking communities.

New Engineers Ireland report projects 6,000 jobs in 2024

A total of 6,000 engineering jobs are projected to be created in Ireland in 2024, according to a new report by Engineers Ireland.

Engineers Ireland report projects 6,000 jobs in 2024

6,000 engineering jobs are projected to be created in Ireland in 2024, according to a new report by Engineers Ireland.

Number of e-cars registered in Galway up thirty per cent last year

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The number of new electric cars registered in Galway last year jumped by an incredible 31 per cent, according to the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) which this week released its official new vehicle registrations statistics for 2023.

November new car registrations marginally down but a figure increase year to date

The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) has released their official 232 new vehicle registrations statistics for November.

Many fields represented in University of Galway 2023 Honorary Degree list

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University of Galway this week announced the recipients of Honorary Degrees at the 2023 Winter Conferring ceremonies which are taking place from until Wednesday November 29, when the Honorary Degree awardees will join more than 3,000 students graduating over six days.

New car registration figures decrease during September as SIMI release monthly report

The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) has released their official 232 new vehicle registrations statistics for September.

Ireland’s five TUs aspire to make publicly funded research accessible and reproducible

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Ireland’s five technological universities (TUs) have launched a joint initiative aiming to advance excellence in Open Research, making it reproducible and accessible without additional cost to the public.

More than 20,000 new Electric Vehicles sold to date this year

Some 1,776 new electric vehicles were registered in August, compared to 1,484 in August 2022 (+19.7 per cent), according to the latest new vehicle registrations statistics released ty the Society of the Irish Motor Industry.

 

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