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The public's trust in the Government soared last year as a result of its policies to improve income protection during the Covid-19 crisis, research from NUI Galway has revealed.
STEPHANIE KLAPP, MA Culture and Colonialism NUI Galway, history teacher, and local historian, recalls the story of a fellow German who made Galway his home, but found himself caught up in the 1916 Rising and wrongly humiliated on the streets of Galway.
I chose to study at NUI Galway due to its world-renowned reputation, location in the heart of Galway city, and the warm and vibrant atmosphere I experienced during the open day. I knew that choosing to study commerce at NUI Galway would provide a world class education at Ireland’s best college of business and give me opportunities to grow my skills academically and practically.
HBAN (Halo Business Angel Network), the all-island organisation responsible for the promotion of business angel investment, and a joint initiative of Enterprise Ireland, InterTradeIreland and Invest Northern Ireland, has announced that investors in its WxNW Syndicate along with Enterprise Ireland have invested €650,000 in Galway-based Ronspot Solutions. HBAN angel investors have contributed €400,000 to this funding round, while Enterprise Ireland has invested €250,000. Angels from HBAN’s Dublin, London and Singapore groups have also invested.
Mayo County Council’s Arts Service has announced the successful artists for the public art commission: Navigating a Future.
The latest announcement by the Government to delay the reopening of pubs has been criticised by the Galway chairman of the Vintners Federation of Ireland (VFI) Cllr Joe Sheridan.
In the last five months since lockdown was first imposed, we have continually heard a new set of buzz words in association with Covid-19 - PPE, self isolation, social distancing, flattening the curve, pandemic. We have been told we must accept these changes in our lives as the 'new normal'.
Listening to Dr Ronan Glynn, who is the acting Chief Medical Officer, last week, he said “We are living in precarious times.” And indeed we are.
Has the planet declared war on humanity over the last year? It certainly seems so as we witness one destructive storm after another in Ireland, heatwaves across Europe and southern Africa, hurricanes leaving trails of destruction from the Bahamas to Mexico, wildfires from Greenland and Siberia to Australia, melting ice from Antarctica to the Arctic, droughts in India, locust swarms in east Africa, increasing acidification of the oceans leading to the loss of a third of the largest structure on earth (Great Barrier Reef), city dwellers dying from poisonous air, flooding at crisis levels on every continent, soils becoming less fertile, and birds disappearing from the skies, insects from the fields and fish from the oceans.