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Local Fine Gael Senator formally welcomes wholly positive impact of Adult Literacy for Life campaign

Local Fine Gael Senator, Aisling Dolan, has welcomed the recent launch of the Adult Literacy for Life campaign.

Schoolchildren can ask Micheal Martin questions

Study & Careers director, Dr. Fidelma Healy Eames, is to interview Taoiseach Micheal Martin in her next live interview in the #InspiringIreland #InspiringStudents series.

Rita Ann Higgins receives 2021 Living Poets Society Award

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GALWAY POET Rita Ann Higgins was presented with the the Living Poets Society Award 2021 at the recent Power of Words Festival in Abbeyleix, last weekend.

More Post Office staff must be allowed to work remotely

Local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten, has called for An Post to be given legal responsibility to provide Government services to those who cannot access online applications.

Endgame of the War of Independence - Galway July 1921

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On July 9 1921, the British Government entered talks with Sinn Féin resulting in the Truce coming into effect on July 11 at midday.

Pearse Doherty to address online Galway meeting on rising Insurance costs

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“Insurance costs have become extortionate, ripping off consumers and closing down businesses. The whole industry is in need of a radical overhaul.”

Eight Galway retailers supported through Online Retail Scheme

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Eight Galway retailers have been included in round three of the Covid-19 Online Retail Scheme, which will provide funding to help strengthen their online presence and generate new business.

Mayo County Council Briefs

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The June meeting of Mayo County Conucil took place this week, catch up with what was being discussed by the councillors. 

Conway-Walsh urges Mayo TDs to support pyrite Dáil motion for 100% redress scheme

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Mayo Sinn Féin TD Rose Conway-Walsh has called Mayo Government TDs in the County to support her Party’s Pyrite Dáil motion which will be debated on Tuesday evening. The motion seeks cross party agreement to provide 100 per cent redress for homeowners who have been devastated by the pyrite scandal.

Farewell to a planter of ideals

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There is a Greek saying that a society becomes great when people plant trees, the shade of which they will never sit under. There have been many such people in Galway, and my hope is that there will be many more. Indeed, our society needs a constant flow of people whose unselfish actions make better the place they live and work.


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