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Galway professor appointed as Commissioner for Human Rights in Council of Europe

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Professor Michael O’Flaherty will begin his six year, non-renewable term as the Commissioner for Human Rights on April 1, 2024.

Galway Palestine activists go to Dublin following failure to meet Taoiseach

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Following a failure to meet with the Taoiseach at the Moycullen / Mhaigh Cuilinn bypass on Monday, members of the Galway branch of the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign travelled to the Dáil yesterday (Wednesday) in an effort to deliver its ceasefire petition signed by more than 10,000 people.

Fine Gael is ensuring the best start for every child with Budget 2024 - Dolan

Fine Gael is tackling the cost of living for families with major investment in childcare and early education in Budget 2024, local Fine Gael Senator, Aisling Dolan, has stated.

Notable luminaries speak at landmark tourism conference in Radisson Blu Hote

New Late Late Show presenter, Patrick Kielty and former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern, were among the notable luminaries who addressed a large gathering during a landmark major tourism conference in the Radisson Blu Hotel Athlone on Monday.

Funding boost of €1.5m for Mayo County Council

Mayo County Council is to receive an additional €1.5m in funding next year after Minister Darragh O'Brien announced this week that the Local Property Tax (LPT) baseline fund, which ensures every local authority receives a minimum amount of funding from the local retention of LPT - is to increase for all local authorities by over €75 million.

Mayo County Council to offer apprenticeship training

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The benefits of a career in the public service have been highlighted this week with the news that Mayo County Council and public service local providers around the county such as the HSE, are to commence providing apprenticeships in order for people to train in the various roles on offer as civil servants.

Mayo County Council to offer apprenticeship training

The benefits of a career in the public service have been highlighted this week with the news that Mayo County Council and public service local providers around the county such as the HSE, are to commence providing apprenticeships in order for people to train in the various roles on offer as civil servants.

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New training programmes to tackle issue of women in Westmeath local politics

With only four women currently elected to Westmeath County Council out of 20 councillors, Women for Election has launched its new training calendar to help attract and support more women to enter and succeed into local politics in advance of the next local elections in 2024.

‘A More Inclusive Politics for Westmeath’ initiative launched by Fine Gael Minister of State in local authority county buildings

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Local Fine Gael Minister of State, Deputy Peter Burke, launched ‘A More Inclusive Politics for Westmeath’ in the surrounds of the Westmeath County Council on Monday of this week.

 

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