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More than €700,000, from the Dormant Accounts Fund, will go to for Foróige, to support the youth organisation’s Big Brother Big Sister Programme, following approval by Minister Seán Kyne.
Over €100,000 in special funding for Galway’s Agricultural Shows
By late Tuesday morning there was little point in political anoraks hashtagging their Tweets with #GE17 anymore - unless they were tweeting along the lines of 'Well that's #GE17 averted then' - after Frances Fitzgerald resigned as Tánaiste, and spared the State a Christmas General Election.
Regardless of what the fall-out is from any decision today regarding the future of Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald, and whether or not the State is plunged into a general election before Christmas, the days of the current administration are now seriously numbered.
Minister for Community Development, Natural Resources and Digital Development and Fine Gael TD for Galway West and Mayo South, Seán Kyne TD has welcomed the decision of the board of Inland Fisheries Ireland (IFI) to immediately re-open the Galway Weir for bookings.
Galway residents, businesses, and community groups are being encouraged to make their views known on the final draft of the Ireland 2040 National Planning Framework as public consultation deadline has been extended.
The Connacht Angling Council has welcomed the intervention of two former Government ministers in their campaign to strengthen pike control in western fisheries with the aim of protecting threatened wild brown trout stocks.
The investment of €60 million by way of a low-cost, long-term, loan to NUI Galway will greatly benefit Galway, the west, and the university, says the Minister for Community Development, Seán Kyne.
Turning the former Galway Airport into a film and TV production site will be “hugely positive for” and “help create a cluster” the creative sector in the West of Ireland.
The €24 million investment in the new STEM building for GMIT is “a great boost for Galway” and the economy of the west, as well as for third level education in Connacht-Ulster, according to a Galway TD.