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Call for new veterinary school for the West

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MEP Maria Walsh is calling on the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Charlie McConalogue, to “stop dragging his heels” on the decision for a new veterinary school in the West of Ireland.

Redevelopment for Belmullet District Hospital

Minister of State Dara Calleary has confirmed that a project brief is to be prepared that will set out the redevelopment of Belmullet District Hospital. Minister Calleary received the news from the Office of the Chief Officer, Community Healthcare West, in response to representation made on the matter recently.

Ring pleads for government support for St Brendan's Village

Concerns for the future of St Brendan's Village in Mulranny, which provides a home-from-home for many elderly returned Irish emigrants and older people in the community, were raised in the Dail this week by Mayo TD Michael Ring.

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.

Councillor criticises current Minister for Agriculture on recent derogation ’no show’

Local Fine Gael councillor and dairy farmer, Cllr John Dolan, has criticised the handling of the derogation negotiations by the Minister for Agriculture, Deputy Charlie McConalogue and his team.

Opening of LauraLynn hospice will provide for children and families in the Midlands region

The recent opening of a new LauraLynn hospice in Ballinasloe will allow for the provision of a palliative care support service for children and their families in the Midlands region.

Students urged to apply for €500 grant

Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Simon Harris is encouraging students to take advantage of new student supports as it emerged only one in four of those eligible has applied for a €500 grant towards their contribution fee.

Galway and Roscommon ETB welcomes funding announcement

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Galway and Roscommon Education Training Board welcomed Senator Seán Kyne, on behalf of Minister for Further and Higher Education Simon Harris, who unveiled the allocation of funding for two vital projects managed by the Galway and Roscommon Education and Training Board (GRETB). The Petersburg Outdoor Education and Training Centre in Clonbur and the GRETB Training Centre in Mervue, Galway, are set to benefit from the latest wave of capital investment under the Further Education and Training (FET) Strategic Infrastructure Upgrade Fund.

Viral videos focus city business response

Up to 30 concerned business owners and representatives met at a private meeting in Galway city this week to discuss crime and policing issues in the city centre.


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