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To buy or not to buy? This is the question that is haunting all potential buyers. Has the market finally bottomed out? According to the ESRI’s latest economic commentary, which delivered another positive assessment of Ireland’s property market and economic recovery, they have predicted a growth of 3.4 per cent this year and 3.8 per cent in 2015.
Professor Pasi Sahlberg, the Finnish educator and now Visiting Professor in Harvard Graduate School of Education will deliver the keynote address 'Lessons from top education systems around the Globe' at the 'Reforming Learning: Driving Success' conference at NUI Galway tomorrow Friday.
An extra 3,000 homes will have to be built if demands for housing are to be met in Galway, meaning the housing crisis is set to escalate further unless serious action is taken.
With ‘application packs’ from the controversial organisation Irish Water arriving in houses across Galway, householders are being encouraged to boycott the letter and not pay the tax.
Galway city councillors will receive ‘messages in a bottle’ over the controversial water charges, as part of a major demonstration in the city against the unpopular new tax.
Everyone is asking will Reform Alliance be a new political party. That may happen in time but that decision has not yet been made.
More than 43,000 referrals were made to University Hospital Galway’s cancer centre last year.
The largest study of participation in sport and exercise conducted in Ireland, published this week, has highlighted a number of factors which impact on participation in sport at various life stages.
The inaugural Nursing Homes Week 2013 will be celebrated in Westmeath from August 26 to September 1.
Retail Excellence Ireland, Ireland’s largest industry trade body, said that it was disappointed with the drop in consumer sentiment in February 2013. The latest KBC Ireland/ESRI Consumer Sentiment Index stood at 59.4 in February, down from 64.2 recorded in January.