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Clodagh Higgins has been confirmed as Fine Gael's second candidate for Galway City West in May's Local Elections, finally bringing to an end the long held speculation the party would field a running mate for Cllr Pearce Flannery.
While Uachtarán na hÉireann Michael D Higgins will contest October's presidential election as an Independent, his former colleagues in the Labour party in Galway West have pledged to "campaign vigorously" for his re-election.
People can learn why young people join terrorist organisations, what causes sleep paralysis, and how to recognise when children are in pain, at a series of free public psychology talks being held at NUI Galway on Saturday.
NUI Galway will hold a special information evening for prospective students on Wednesday January 18 from 5.30pm to 8.30pm in the Arts Millennium Building. The event is aimed at mature students, Leaving Certificate students, and parents/guardians.
Students from NUI Galway's discipline of geography have teamed up with the Galway City Council's recreation and amenity department and local residents to promote awareness and combat the threat to Galway's marine and coastal environments.
Cllr Pearce Flannery has been elected to the NUI Galway governing authority.
Galway could potentially be the location for a major global arts forum in Ireland. The event would be modelled on the Global Irish Economic Forum but focus on highlighting Irish arts and culture.
Arts and culture is "not a novelty or nicety but an intrinsic part of Galway life" and "is worth millions to Galway’s economy", according to one TD, who is demanding the establishment of an arts capital fund for the city.
Close to 700 people were left on trolleys at University Hospital Galway in June, a 59 per cent increase on last year, and is a result of the non-intervention of the Health Minister, Leo Varadkar.
Two things strike Insider immediately about the recently selected Fianna Fáil Galway West ticket for Election 2016 of TD Éamon Ó Cuív, county councillor Mary Hoade, and former city councillor John Connolly - and what is says about the party is not positive.