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Whatever today's outcome in the stand-off between Fine Gael and Fianna Fáíl over the controversy surrounding the Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald, there must be no delay in, or backtracking on, holding a referendum on the Eighth Amendment.
Two teens from Westmeath, Euan McDonnell from Mullingar and Adam Costelloe from Moate, attended the Foróige International Youth Leadership Conference in Maynooth last week.
The recently appointed principal of the oldest boys’ primary school in the city says her vision for the facility is to discover and nurture the talents and abilities of its young students.
Those responsible for spraying neo-Nazi graffiti in Galway city centre over recent weeks will not be allowed "gain any political foothold in this city" and if they "attempt to organise openly in the light of day, they will be met with overwhelming disgust and revulsion".
During the Georgian era, powerful Protestant families owned large tracts of land throughout County Mayo and the province of Connacht. The Castlebar based Bingham family, together with the descendants of Sir Arthur Gore (1685-1742), formed a family compact or oligarchy through marriage and blood whereby political appointments and other influential positions would be secured among themselves. In an era when marriage was determined by the spirit of collateral calculation, the children of Sir Arthur Gore and Elizabeth Annesley would cement the oligarchy.
The Consensus Action on Salt and Health (CASH) recently carried out a nutritional breakdown of an Indian meal – one you’d buy in the supermarket with rice, naan, and curry included. They found that some contained a whopping 20.5 grams of salt - that’s over three times the daily amount recommended for adults in Ireland.
GMIT has been awarded funding for a unique project called Creating Entrepreneurs in Food, which aims to build food innovation and entrepreneurship-focused rural communities and economies in the west, and develop a model for Ireland and Europe.
The European Commission’s Directorate-General for Interpretation, Florika Fink-Hooijer visited NUI Galway recently where she met with staff and students of the MA/PDip in Conference Interpreting, currently being taught at the University.
FCS Services is aware that there has been much talk in the last 18 months as to whether private limited companies which were in existence on June 1, 2015, should proactively convert to the new limited (LTD) or avail of the default conversion.
FCS Services are aware that there has been much talk in the last 18 months as to whether private limited companies which were in existence on June 1, 2015, should proactively convert to the new limited (LTD) or avail of the default conversion.