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Burke welcomes tax measures aimed at tackling increase in cost of living

A range of tax measures due to be formalised in legislation have been introduced to reduce the cost of living for people across Westmeath by reducing the tax take per person by €415 on average annually, local Fine Gael Minister of State, Deputy Peter Burke, has stated.

Local Green Party Councillor reflects on Climate Action Plan 2021

Local Green Party Councillor, Louise Heavin, this week spoke to the Athlone Advertiser and reflected in detail upon the recent publication, by Government, of the Climate Action Plan 2021.

NUI Galway report calls for greater investment in addressing educational inequality

A groundbreaking report by NUI Galway on educational inequality - the first of its kind to be published in Ireland - has found a significant social return on investment for alternative education programmes.

Enabling citizens to express their views is what will transform the EU

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There is a growing movement across Europe to actively seek out the views of its citizens on a whole range of issues that directly or indirectly have an impact on their daily lives — and ultimately give them a bigger say in the making of decisions.

Oileán - Pádraic Reaney’s journeys in Malta, Scotland, and Ireland

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ONE ARTIST’S vision and interpretation of the islands of Ireland and Scotland, and of Malta, will combine to form a major new exhibition at The Kenny Gallery.

Lorg Media named Best Small Agency at the Sockies

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Four marketing Awards in one week is no mean feat for Lorg Media, a creative and social media marketing agency based in Galway’s West End. The bi-lingual agency was crowned ‘Best Small Agency’ at the 2021 Sockies, Social Media Marketing Awards which took place at Dublin’s Liberty Hall on Thursday evening last. It was the first time in the 11 year history of the Social Media Awards that a ‘Best Agency’ award has been won outside of the capital.

Historic day as Minister approves Technological University for west and northwest

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The Presidents of the three institutes of technology in the Connacht-Ulster Alliance (CUA) today warmly welcome the announcement by the Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris, TD, that GMIT, LYIT and IT Sligo have together been approved for designation as a Technological University (TU).

Wellbeing supports funding is allocated to TUS Midlands Midwest student body

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A sum totalling €1,332,516 has been allocated to students attending the new Technological University Shannon Midlands Midwest (TUS) through the Student Hardship fund and wellbeing measures.

Could National Development Plan mean the end of the Galway City Ring Road?

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The future likelihood, and viability, of the controversial N6 Galway City Ring Road may be in serious doubt following publication of the revised National Development Plan and its new environmental targets and climate orientated analysis for future infrastructure.

Dáil Éireann returns to familiar surroundings as Budget 2022 awaits October unveiling

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