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NUI Galway is organising an international conference entitled ‘The Future is Now! eConveyancing and Title Registration’, which will take place in Galway on April 7 and 8. The conference, which will take place in the Galway Bay Hotel, Salthill, will be chaired by Supreme Court Justice Miss Mary Laffoy and Court of Appeal Judge Michael Peart.
Well, we had such a week of emotion last week - in the Dáil, in the Seanad, in the newspapers, and on radio and TV.
A Galway human rights lawyer living in the USA involved in one of the cases being taken over the travel ban imposed by President Donald Trump has said the country could be facing months of uncertainty, and that it was clear that the administration had ‘no concept’ of the difficulties it would cause.
Well, there is so much to talk about this week both at home and abroad, so let’s begin with abroad.
It’s been some year for one year — but what about 2017? This week I take a look into my crystal ball and see what’s lying in wait for us.
When Insider agreed to write a post-mortem on the US presidential election, he thought it would provide an opportunity to reflect on the many shortcomings of electoral politics in the second-largest democracy on earth, and that it would also offer some catharsis, some closure, at the end of a gruelling 18-month campaign.
Following a busy season of workshops on migration and refugees with Mayo’s secondary schools, The Mary Robinson Centre has announced an exciting programme of events for the summer, with equality, peace, and human rights at the heart of these events.
The independent aftermarket representative body has said the upholding of a conviction by the Supreme Court in Stockholm against Kia Motors is a major victory for the independent automotive sector.
Broadcaster and solicitor Will Leahy will host this weekend’s NUI Alumni Gala Banquet featuring the 2016 Alumni Awards ceremony.
The Island Ferries company, which had been threatening to cease carrying passengers between Rossaveal and Kilronan in the Aran Islands, has agreed to extend its services until spring. The company had claimed it would stop its operation due to a protracted dispute over a levy of .80 cent which it is forced to collect from passengers on behalf of Galway County Council.