PayPal to cut more than 300 jobs at Dublin and Dundalk offices

PayPal has confirmed that it is seeking to cut a total of 307 jobs from its Irish operations in Dundalk and Dublin. PayPal said in a statement, “PayPal is proposing to remove a selection of roles at its sites in Dublin and Dundalk following a review of its operational needs.” “We are proposing a reduction of 307

First human patient injected with revolutionary cancer-killing virus

For the first time, scientists have injected a human medical trial participant with a new and experimental cancer-killing virus. Known as Vaxinia, the virus developed in the US has been successful when tested on animals. Imugene Limited a clinical stage immuno-oncology company, and City of Hope, one of the largest cancer research and treatment organizations

Ballinasloe Indian cultural community celebrates Easter-Vishu-Eid festivals

The Ballinasloe Indian cultural community gracefully celebrated this year’s Easter-Vishu-Eid festivals. The event is celebrated on 14th May 2022. It is after two years of the pandemic the Ballinasloe community has been organising such an event. Most of the audience were nurses who worked on the frontline during the Covid-19 pandemic. The event was held

Minister Harris officially opens Ireland’s newest university

Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation, and Science, Simon Harris, has officially opened the new Atlantic Technological University (TU). Atlantic TU sees the dissolution of Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology, Institute of Technology Sligo, and Letterkenny Institute of Technology. Speaking at the launch event, Minister Simon Harris called the creation of the new Atlantic