RT @texthelp: Are you taking part in @bitcni Time to Read programme? They're aiming to create a whole generation of avid readers. http://t.…
RT @HilaryHanberry: #DigitalGarage for Voluntary sector 15/10/15 at Belfast City Hall - http://t.co/SrQjqfBmnK hear from @google @BT and @B
RT @HilaryHanberry: Only 1 week to go to our gala ball #shopschallenge #excited 👍 @actioncancer @bitcni
RT @Hazelwood_MS: @bitcni Great event - thanks for organising! It's rare that students get to meet those in the industry so it was a great …
@Hazelwood_MS we will forward you tomorrow any we have with your students in them - glad you enjoyed it!
RT @Hazelwood_MS: Photos from our trip to @BBCnireland for their careers event organised by @bitcni. Thanks again! @R_Faragher https://t.c…
Full circle to future funding opportunities …check out our latest blog by Tim Walker @belfastcc http://t.co/A17oEXias7 #funding
Good to see efforts to increase recycling rates in the US http://t.co/k3S5pTgiyd

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