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A group set up to represent the business events industry has said it is heartened by the recommendations of the Life Worth Living Report published this week by the Arts and Culture Recovery Taskforce.
Eight projects in the County Galway Gaeltacht, are set to benefit from €500,000 in Government funding, with one of the main beneficiaries being a new community centre on Inis Meáin.
The Minister for Media, Tourism, Arts, Culture, Sport and the Gaeltacht, Catherine Martin TD and the Government Chief Whip and Minister of State for the Gaeltacht and Sport, Jack Chambers TD, have announced their approval of a grant worth €501,160 in order to develop the tourism hub: Áras Scéal an Atlantaigh Fhiáin in an Eachléim in the Iorras Gaeltacht, in Mayo.
Galway County Council should disperse Galway 2020 legacy funding to municipal districts, according to Independent councillor Tim Broderick.
A new round of Sports Capital funding is needed to help sports clubs in Galway city and county, and across the State, deal with the fall-out and aftermath of the Covid-19 crisis.
To grace the playing field in an All-Ireland final at any level is an honour fortunate to be bestowed upon a select few participants.
GALWAY 2020's re-imagined programme "will now become a reality" according to the organisation, following Government approval for it's re-imagined programme of events.
We seem to have passed the next test, in that last weekend we had the re-opening of the farmers’ markets, we had the opening of shops selling gardening stuff, electrical shops, car repair shops etc, all of which has added to the feeling that somehow we are battling through this coronavirus and that we are coming out of it.
In excess of one hundred persons were present as Green Party Deputy Leader, Catherine Martin TD, formally launched the general election campaign of Roscommon/Galway candidate, Julie O'Donoghue.
Almost 100 people attended the launch of the Green Party’s General Election candidate, Julie O’Donoghue last week Deputy Leader of the Green Party, Catherine Martin TD addressed the crowd and said that if the Green Wave is to be successful, it must bring rural Ireland with it.