Monthly Archives: November 2011

New jobs at Dublin Aerospace

As reported by rte.ie… Irish aircraft maintenance company Dublin Aerospace has announced 150 new jobs at Dublin Airport over the next two years. Taoiseach Enda Kenny opened the company’s new €4.5m landing gear centre at the airport this morning. Dublin … Continue reading

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50% of multinationals plan to hire next year

As reported by rte.ie… A new survey has found that nearly half of multinational companies expect to increase employment in the next year. This represents a significant increase on the same time last year when just 26% said they could … Continue reading

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Latest version of recruitment software released

TriSys Business Software, one of the UK’s fastest growing software and services providers, has released the latest version of its recruitment software specifically built to utilise cloud services. TriSys Version 10 is available today from TriSys’ web site at www.trisys.co.uk. … Continue reading

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Alan Hollinghurst named as ‘author of the year’

Alan Hollinghurst, controversially left off the Booker shortlist, wins Book of the Year prize at Galaxy Awards Hollinghurst’s novel The Stranger’s Child saw off competition from Booker winner Julian Barnes’ The Sense of an Ending and Carol Ann Duffy’s new … Continue reading

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3D ebook arrives just in time for Christmas

A Dream of Christmas, the tale of a child who dreams of visiting Santa’s grotto, includes a six-and-a-half-minute 3D film to complement the story. It has been released by digital publishers Andrews UK. ‘With our new 3D eBook we hope … Continue reading

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Apprenticeships just as important as degrees

As reported at guardian.co.uk earlier today… Parents should be as proud of their children for securing a top apprenticeship as for winning a place at university, Labour’s new shadow education secretary, Stephen Twigg, has said. In his first speech in … Continue reading

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People’s Novelist Finalists

Alan Titchmarsh’s show has spent all week working through the book entries for the People’s Novelist Award. Finalists include: – Bryan Palmer – David Roy – Lara Higgins – David Fordham Winning writers to be announced next week – watch … Continue reading

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Job Opportunities rise in the UK

Job opportunities across the UK are up in one of the biggest month on month increases for nearly two years, according to the Reed Job Index for October. October’s Reed Job Index stands at 129, which is 8 index points … Continue reading

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Poetry and fish! Interesting combination…

The winners of the 2011 Cardiff International Poetry Competition have been announced at a celebration in Cardiff. Following a lively open-top bus tour featuring performances from local poets Ifor Thomas and Peter Finch, the winners were announced at a fish … Continue reading

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Small firms feel job outlook is improving

As reported by RTE.ie… A survey by the Small Firms Association has found that the pace of job losses among its member companies has slowed, and that 20% of firms plan to take on permanent staff in the next three … Continue reading

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