Monthly Archives: April 2011

The RTE website yesterday reported that 50 new jobs have been promised to Galway in Ireland, thanks to the US-based computer software company NEI. In addition, the delivery company Nightline has also come forward to say that it will be … Continue reading

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The working week is back…

…sort of! A 3 day week for most of the WWRL team this week, what with yesterday’s bank holiday and the Royal Wedding looming ahead of us this coming Friday. Given that last week was a short one and next … Continue reading

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Debating trends in publishing

In our News Blog this morning we reported on how the United Nations agency, which is tasked with preserving the world”s cultural heritage, has called for a debate to examine the changing trends in book publishing and copyrights. “Change is … Continue reading

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Easter’s here!

Easter Sunday has arrived. Yay!! It didn’t start as planned however, as we had a terrible storm last night which may have worked wonders for the garden, but the kitchen roof wasn’t all too happy and neither was I first … Continue reading

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Australia’s Prime Minister’s Literary awards

The shortlists for the prestigious Australia’s Prime Minister’s Literary awards will be released at the end of May, throughout the week 23rd – 27th. The prize attracts prize money totalling $100,000 Australian dollars. The winners will be announced throughout the … Continue reading

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A delightful postbag

We announced this little nugget of information on our news blog this morning. Anyone who is interested in illustration should definitely take a look! The Guardian has today released a picture gallery of letters that the children’s publisher Klaus Flugge … Continue reading

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Competitions to sink your teeth into

As summer approaches you’ll find that there is a rise in the number of writing competitions released too. Below are the details of a few competitions that are currently seeking entries. Why not place an entry? And if you need … Continue reading

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Thursday afternoon’s creativity

Well it’s the day before the long Easter bank holiday and I have been lucky enough to spend the afternoon out of the office and in my own garden in France. My sister and her husband are arriving for the … Continue reading

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Articles required from top publications

In our News Blog this morning, we reported that several magazines are currently looking for article submissions from freelance writers. So, all you successful or aspiring writers out there…now is the time to start adding to your portfolio of writing. … Continue reading

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Writing developments

It’s been a bit of a hectic day so far, as we’ve all been trying to battle with the sun glaring down on our computer screens whilst trying to fight the constant urge to move the office outside. Would be … Continue reading

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