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CSO Beethoven Opener was a Winner

To me, the litmus test for a symphony orchestra is how well it masters the classical music master Beethoven. Saturday night the Columbus Symphony Orchestra, in my view, definitely mastered the master. 307 more words

Education

Graduate Interns Exit Scheme; To Create More Jobs

A three day career development and entrepreneurship training for interns exiting the graduate internship scheme has ended in Yenagoa, the Bayelsa State capital, with a call for successful graduands to strive to be job providers rather than job seekers. 361 more words

Stories

Enhancing African CSO Participation in Addressing Climate Change

Africa’s contribution to environmental pollution through carbon emissions is negligible. Despite this, it is increasingly facing severe effects from climate change and its impacts as a result of its low adaptation capacity. 1,972 more words

Joyce Riungu

News Ireland daily BLOG by Donie

Monday 5th September 2016

Irish State to shut controversial ‘vulture fund’ tax loopholes

Use of funds’ charitable status to be tackled in Finance Bill, department vows… 1,899 more words

Some May Just Like Symphonic Music and Not Know It

Symphonic music is highbrow, stuff for the snooty social elite, some think. For an example of that not being the case, look no further than movie music.  291 more words

Movies

The Meaning of Education: A Reflection on the Recent Migration Data

Recently, the CSO released data on immigration and emigration in the year to the end of April 2016. For the first time since 2009, Ireland has registered net immigration. 451 more words

Labour Market

Top 3 Cybersecurity Mistakes & Misconceptions

Cybersecurity is an ever-transforming field where no final solution against hacking has been discovered.

Even though cybersecurity companies are in their prime and the cybersecurity industry is estimated to be worth $170 billion by 2020, people are still being hacked everyday. 481 more words