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In 2015 Chambers of Commerce and a group of Action Oriented Partners from nine western counties (Donegal, Sligo, Leitrim, Roscommon, Mayo, Galway, Clare, Limerick, Kerry) signed up to a charter to develop the Atlantic Economic Corridor (AEC).
A new report, just published, says members of the Galway Traveller community continue to live in “deplorable” and “substandard” conditions.
Malachy Hand, Fianna Fáil Local Election Candidate in South Roscommon hosted a successful pre-Brexit breakfast gathering in the Hodson Bay Hotel with key political party colleagues joining the ballot aspirant just two days before the United Kingdom’s initial agreed date to exit the European Union.
Any hike in the current rate of carbon tax will attract VAT resulting in citizens paying 'a tax upon a tax', Sinn Féin Galway City East councillor Mairéad Farrell has warned.
Last week Fine Gael held its annual party think-in at the Galway Bay Hotel and, on Thursday morning, I had a sit-down with An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar to hear his thoughts on a range of local and national issues.
BY MARGARET HESSION
Now that the first deadline for the CAO has passed, the next area of focus in schools, and indeed for adults who are interested in accessing education, is the further education (FE) sector, also known as PLCs. Post-Leaving Cert courses can provide an alternative route to college and a means of exploring a particular field of study. They are also a means of upskilling in a particular area or a direct route into employment. All courses teach research skills, self-directed learning, and computer skills. Many school leavers use these courses to help them with future career choices.
Galway families are facing into a very difficult start to 2018, particularly in the areas of rent and childcare, as the Budget’s measure come into effect, the Green Party’s Galway West candidate has warned.
Analysis by the Construction Industry Federation (CIF) shows that 14,917 new houses were started between January and October this year.
More than 100 arts professionals from 15 European countries will arrive in Galway this coming February for Wide Eyes, a four day festival of theatre and dance shows for babies and young children.