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President Higgins celebrates the career of Gearóid Ó Tuathaigh

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President of Ireland Michael D Higgins was the special guest at an event in NUI Galway on Monday celebrating the prodigious career of Gearóid Ó Tuathaigh, Professor Emeritus in History.

Irish journalists don’t trust social media, university research study reveals

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A survey of Irish journalists carried out by the Insight Centre for Data Analytics at NUI Galway shows that journalists do not trust social media for verifying stories, preferring instead to opt for traditional methods of authentication.

Twenty six North Americans presented with awards to study Irish in Galway

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Nineteen Canadian and seven American Irish language learners were presented with awards at Acadamh na hOllscolaíochta Gaeilge in An Cheathrú Rua in the Galway Gaeltacht recently.

Fundraising party for the Geraldine Lavelle trust

A 27-year-old Mayo woman is recovering from serious injuries sustained in a cycling accident last October. Geraldine Lavelle, Tullycommons, Castlebar, suffered a spinal fracture that left her paralysed from her chest down. Having spent several weeks in the Mater Hospital in Dublin, where she underwent major surgeries on her neck and spine, she is currently in the National Rehabilitation Hospital undergoing intensive rehabilitation. Now a major fundraising campaign has been launched to raise money for Geraldine’s recovery.

Pink movement gathers speed as county gears up for cycle

An idea that was born when a Castlebar woman who had survived breast cancer was having a chat with her friend (who happened to be the Taoiseach) about how she could raise some funds for cancer research, has grown into something of a ‘pink movement’ in Mayo.

NUI Galway report values Ireland’s ocean economy worth over a billion

NUI Galway’s Socio-Economic Marine Research Unit (SEMRU) has published its second report on Ireland’s Ocean Economy as part of their ongoing process of collection and analysis of marine socio-economic data in Ireland — and its findings reveal that the ocean economy is worth €1.2bn

NUI Galway report values ocean economy at €1.2bn

NUI Galway’s Socio-Economic Marine Research Unit (SEMRU) has published its second report on Ireland’s Ocean Economy as part of their ongoing process of collection and analysis of marine socio-economic data in Ireland — and its findings reveal that the ocean economy is worth €1.2bn

NUI Galway report values Ireland’s ocean economy worth €1.2bn

NUI Galway’s Socio-Economic Marine Research Unit (SEMRU) has published its second report on Ireland’s Ocean Economy as part of their ongoing process of collection and analysis of marine socio-economic data in Ireland — and its findings reveal that the ocean economy is worth €1.2bn

Albanian Ambassador to visit Galway to launch photographic exhibition

The Ambassador of Albania is to visit Galway this month to unveil a photographic exhibition which is being launched by the Galway Education Centre in collaboration with Irish Friends of Albania.

Do we want reform or do we just not care?

So, the Seanad survived the chop, the people have spoken or to be more exact around 40 per cent of them have. The right to vote and shape the future of our country is something that was struggled for for hundreds of years, but when two questions to shape the future direction of democracy and the legal setup of the nation was asked, 60 per cent of the people didn't even bother to show up and have their say.

 

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