A father and two sons were among the 1700 students from IT Sligo who attended their graduation this week. This is the largest number of students to graduate from the institute since its formation in 1970.
Sligo is becoming a booming hotspot for foodies. There’s a tonne of amazing spots to excite, entice and surprise the senses.
A new cultural plaza and tourism campaign place Sligo ‘on the cusp of something very positive,’ reports Pól Ó Conghaile
Sligo County Council has teamed up with business, investment and community stakeholders in the county to showcase what Sligo has to offer those who opt for the exceptional quality of life to be availed of in the North West … and what a life it appears to be.
US tech firm Overstock wants to lay a blueprint for companies hiring outside of Dublin and de-risk the regions to be more feasible bases for tech workers.
Former Head Chef Alan Barrins of Richard Corrigan’s infamous restaurant – Corrigan’s of Mayfair, has returned to Ireland after 15 years to his native Sligo to open the doors of Bridgefoot House, along with his brother Paul.
“We have never looked back since relocating home to Sligo where I have a challenging HR career, lovely lifestyle, and a good work-life balance.”
A burger joint hits the fast-food sweet spot. Plus Stoked, Strandhill: A bonus dinner of lovingly made small plates.
As you get ready to take the next step to third level education we’d like to highlight 10 great reasons why you should go to IT Sligo.
People are relocating from all around Europe to attend a school in Sligo where students have complete independence to decide their own education. The Sudbury School in Calry, Sligo, is preparing to open for its second year and its student numbers have grown from 15 to 32.