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The Technological University of the Shannon (TUS) recently hosted the second ‘Regional Economy and Society Forum on Circular Economy’ in partnership with Westmeath County Council and the Regional University Network European University (RUN-EU).
Congratulations go to Robert McDonnell, and Andrew Egan of Galway City Harriers for their selection for the upcoming European U23 championships in Finland to be held later this month. Also selected was Aaron Keane who competes with University of Galway. All three are coached by sprint supremo Brendan Glynn of GCH.
Weekend of Friday, June 16th – Sunday June 18th
The return of Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann to County Westmeath will ensure over 500,000 visitors to Mullingar and the wider Midlands region from August 6-14 inclusive.
The University of Galway’s UrbanLab is inviting creative people and groups in Galway city and Gort to take part in a survey that connects art, culture, and place. The survey, which is open to artists and organisations, will see €5,000 in funding awarded to two projects that best address local issues.
What’s wrong with Galway? What’s right with it? University of Galway’s UrbanLab invites members of the public to share their thoughts through a series of Speak Outs in Galway City and Gort. These Speak Outs offer an opportunity to explore the question, ‘How can we make better places?’. People who wish to present at the Speak Outs are asked to give a short five minute talk on a local issue of their choice.
The Multi Unit Development Act, 2011, commonly referred to as the MUD Act, introduced a framework to regularise private developments where owners’ management companies (OMC) operate. These developments typically include apartments and other residential units but may include some commercial property.
Christmas lovers searching for festive magic and beautiful markets this winter are being told exactly where to find them.
The Coeliac Society of Ireland has called on the Government to set up a central register for people with coeliac disease after it emerged that the number of people suffering from the condition could be 50 per cent higher than previously thought.