Picture yourself aged seven, being stared down at by an adult asking, 'what do you want to be when you grow up?'
Do you have an answer?
Well, according to a major new report, the answers of kids aged 7/8 aren't that
For the last number of years talk of global warming has increased to the point that today it's something that lots of people think about in their every day lives, whether by actively recycling, adapting their diets, or even planning
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Accounting is a huge career area. Once seen as a specialised discipline – associated primarily with mathematical geniuses – it is now more accessible, with advances in computing meaning that it is less about natural numerical skill and more about
There are a variety of reasons why people decide to get into beauty therapy. For many it’s a lifelong passion that started in their early childhood; for others, it’s a change of direction, based on something they’ve always been interested
Get Engineering 2019 took place in Dungannon last weekend, and Way out West spoke to people from all avenues of the engineering industry to find out exactly what you need to know about the Engineering sector in 2019?
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March 8th is International Women's Day, and Engineering is just one of the industries that has seen a recent upturn in the number of women workers. Máire O’Higgins and Lauren Cairns both studied an entry level course in renewable energy at
Level 3 NVQ Professional Cookery students from South West College Dungannon recently went on a study trip to China, where they spent one week at Hubei Normal University a second week in Wuhan City and Beijing. Way out West has
Sam Allardyce has lost his job as England manager after only 67 days in the role. After his appointment he said ‘I can’t stop smiling because I’ve got this job’, but lasted only one match before being forced to resign