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The Minister for Health, Simon Harris, must guarantee that the rollout of the HPV vaccine for boys in their first-year at secondary school will proceed in September, and that the HSE recruitment embargo he has put in place will not delay it.
The Healthy Galway City Strategy 2019-2021, launched this week, aims to ensure Galway is a city where everyone can enjoy physical and mental health and wellbeing to their full potential, where wellbeing is valued and supported at every level of society, and where responsibility for health and wellbeing is shared and supported.
THE TALLIES have answered many questions and left plenty of others unresolved. While the count for Galway city progresses slowly, the political analysts and anoraks fill in the long gaps with number crunching.
people from across Connacht aged between seven and 17 attended the Foróige’s first Regional Youth STEAM fair in the UNESCO ILAS Centre in NUI Galway.
Fifty candidates are competing for 18 seats across the city's three electoral wards, but in reality, only half that number can truly be considered contenders. While the city is not expected to make sweeping changes to the make-up of its local government representation, some new faces are likely to feature when the new council meets in June.
More than 200 young people from across Connacht aged between seven and 17 attended the Foróige's first Regional Youth STEAM fair in the UNESCO ILAS Centre in NUI Galway.
When it comes to Galway City West, there are only three names political pundits and political anoraks - is there any difference, really, between the two? - want to talk about: Cllr Peter Keane, John Connolly, and Pauline O'Reilly.
The three Labour candidates running for seats on Galway City Council formally submitted their nomination papers on May Day at Galway City Hall, confirming that they will be on the ballot paper on May 24.
"Volunteering is changing, but I believe it is in the nature of people and particularly the nature of the people of Galway city to give of themselves to others, so as to make a difference."
State-owned properties, including Ceannt Station and Galway Port could be used as sites in which to develop affordable housing and alleviate the accommodation crisis in the city.