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Public meeting on separating church and State

A public meeting over the appropriateness of the Roman Catholic Church’s continuing involvement in the running of schools and hospitals in the State, takes place in Galway this evening.

Galway student unions condemn ‘extortionate’ rent prices

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Galway students would be “better off taking out a mortgage instead of renting in the current climate”, with student rents in some areas of the city reaching up to €1,250 a month.

Work by an Athlone artist features at Tokyo Exhibition

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A student attending Scoil na gCeithre Maistri had her art work exhibited at th 19th International High School Arts Festival in Tokyo.

Galway student unions condemn 'extortionate' rent prices

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Galway students would be "better off taking out a mortgage instead of renting in the current climate", with student rents in some areas of the city reaching up to €1,250 a month.

Make the cut at Celtic Hair College - Now Enrolling!

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It is said that the first noticeable part of a woman’s beauty is her hair and that sets the tone for her entire look. For a man, a haircut is believed to say a lot about his personality. There are lots of opinions on the subject but one aspect of hairstyles that is universally agreed by man, woman, and child is that we want the best-trained hairdresser or barber to carry out the job on our hair, and Celtic Hair College is one of the best institutions in Galway for budding hopefuls to start their journey in the craft of barbering and hairdressing.

New student award for NUI Galway

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Budding microbiologists studying at NUI Galway will be in line for a new award.

Students invites applications for its annual charity fund

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NUI Galway Students’ Union is seeking applications from charities wishing to be considered as beneficiaries for its annual fundraising campaign for 2018/19.

Teachers, remember to read the question

Q: “I am a qualified and experienced teacher looking for a permanent teaching post. I have subbed, filled-in and temped for two years now. I know I am a good teacher; I love my job and my students, but am always being pipped at the post when it comes to interview. What might I be doing wrong, please advise?” – AQ (email).

Students’ Union invite applications for its annual charity fund

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NUI Galway Students’ Union is seeking applications from charities wishing to be considered as beneficiaries for its annual fundraising campaign for 2018/19.

'When I talk to Catholics on the street, I find we have a lot of common ground'

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The papal visit this weekend will see plenty of celebratory flags and bunting on show but the Ireland of today is very different to the one which greeted John Paul II in 1979. One small, yet vivid, symbol of our changed country is the advocacy group Atheist Ireland, founded in 2008, and which has some 500 subscribers, as well as 13,000 likes on its Facebook page.

 

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