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ART AND science - are they complementary disciplines or mutually exclusive? The possible meeting points between the two will be explored in The Chimera Art and Science programme and the exhibition, The Future is Here.
THE TULCA Festival of Visual Arts has launched a new education programme, T.Ed, looking at the changing environment, and so ties in with this year's festival theme of climate change.
Longford-Westmeath TD, Gabrielle McFadden, says that the new Athlone to Mullingar Greenway is a wonderful asset for the Midlands, opening up the region to more visitors and boosting local economies.
Volkswagen Group Ireland has announced its action plan to correct the emissions characteristics of certain diesel vehicles.
Come on ye buoys in green — JFC launches its range of innovative sea buoys at marine conference in city
BY DECLAN VARLEY
An environmental expert, who worked on Pope Francis’ groundbreaking new encyclical on ecology and planetary problems, is to speak at a day conference on eco-theology in Knock Shrine next month. Fr Sean McDonagh is coming to Knock Shrine as part of a new series of faith renewal events, launched last week.
Galway Harbour Company has received communication from An Bord Pleanála, which sets out the information required to move the proposal for the Galway Port extension on to the next stage of the planning process.
Fine Gael TD, Gabrielle McFadden, has said that the first dairy forum hosted by the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Simon Coveney, marks a significant opportunity for farmers and stakeholders to discuss issues important to the dairy sector.
Toyota has announced that the introduction of the all-new fourth generation Prius marks a further advance in the history and achievements of their hybrid power technology. It goes on sale here in December.
NUI Galway has won the top award for most biodiverse campus at Ireland’s Intervarsity BioBlitz competition for the second year in a row, beating UL, UCC, and Maynooth University. Over a 24 hour period, volunteers combed the university’s campus and recorded a total of 628 species. Last year the university recorded 581 species.