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Three Galway volunteers have been shortlisted for a prestigious annual national volunteer competition which celebrates the hard work and dedication of volunteers throughout the country.
One hundred and twenty-two stray dogs entered the pound in Mayo last year and 43 more were surrendered to the pound, according to figures released by Seán Canney, Minister of State for Community Development, Natural Resources and Digital Development.
The Radisson Blu in Athlone was the venue for the launch by Minister of State for Community Development, Natural Resources and Digital Development, Sean Canney TD, of guidelines to help local authorities prepare for the impacts of climate change.
Minister for Community Development, Natural Resources, and Digital Development, Sean Kyne, has encouraged people, business-owners, and representatives from community organisations to attend the ‘Getting Ireland Brexit Ready’ event in NUIG tomorrow.
City ring road not 'silver bullet' to solve traffic crisis, but still 'significant step forward' says Kyne
The Galway City Ring road is not the "silver bullet" that will solve the transport challenges facing Galway, but it will "take traffic out of the city", enable public transport improvements, and "reduce the time" workers and visitors spend getting around the city.
A new digital access and tourism hub in Eyre Square is to be funded as part of a new €250,000 Digital Innovation Programme, which has been launched by the Minister for Community Development, Natural Resources and Digital Development, Seán Kyne.
Galway City Council last weekend hosted a Reception to honour the Twinning of the City of Galway with the Irish Naval vessel the L.É. William Butler Yeats.
Parents are being encouraged to make their views known about which body they want to see running Galway's new secondary school, and Minister Seán Kyne has declared his preference is that patronage should be awarded to Educate Together.
At long last, the Minister for Education and Skills, Richard Bruton, has finally recognised what has long been a glaring and obvious reality - that Galway city and its hinterland is in need of a new secondary school.
The visitor centre at Dun Aengus on Inis Mór is set for a major upgrade after funding totalling €600,000 was confirmed - a move one leading Galway TD said he hoped would boost tourism to the region.