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NUI Galway Students’ Union (SU) today joined USI and NUS-USI in the launch of the Education for All campaign which is calling for immediate action on higher education funding.
Fianna Fáil Senator Lisa Chambers has called on the HSE to urgently review Covid-19 restrictions in place at maternity hospitals across the country.
From sustainable Black Soldier Fly farming to a Third Arm for farm safety, the most innovative Irish agri-tech and agri-engineering products were announced today by Minister of State for Business, Employment and Retail, Damien English TD.
Michael Ring, T.D. has called on the Government to implement measures announced in the Budget 2020 to reduce the cost of medicines.
Eighty-two renewable energy projects have been given the green light, following the first Renewable Electricity Support Scheme (RESS) auction, including the Claremorris Solar PV Farm - the first of its kind in Mayo.
Mayo Fianna Fáil TD Dara Calleary has welcomed funding of over €500,000 for Mayo County Council to refurbish 45 units under the 2020 Voids Stimulus Programme.
Conway-Walsh raises serious concerns about Belmullet Hospital and withdrawal of Erris Health Services
Is Covid being used as an excuse for the Government to shut down health services in Mayo and other rural communities? That was the question raised in the Dáil this week by Mayo Sinn Féin TD Rose Conway-Walsh.
Westmeath County Council has been granted €400,300 to refurbish social housing units which will be re-let to individuals struggling with homelessness or on a housing list, a Longford/Westmeath Fine Gael Minister in the Department of Housing has said.
A leading home care provider has shown the efforts it has made to keep Galway’s vulnerable people safe and well in their own homes throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, during a visit to its office by Anne Rabbitte T.D. and Minister of State with responsibility for Disability.
Could light rail be about to take a step closer to becoming a reality in Galway? Hopes were building among supporters this week following An Taoiseach, Micheál Martin, saying the Government would not be opposed to carrying out a feasibility study on the issue.