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New short term lettings laws could damage tourism in Galway
Proposed new planning rules for short term lettings must be published and debated before a new registration system is introduced, according to Irish Self Catering Federation chairperson Máire Ní Mhurchú.
University of Galway appoints new Storyteller-in-Residence
University of Galway’s Centre for Irish Studies has announced the appointment of Máirín Mhic Lochlainn as Storyteller-in-Residence for this year.
New technique to help women find their voice in workplace lauded by Galway senator
A new technique designed to give women a voice in the workplace has been successfully utilised by Galway Senator Pauline O’Reilly in the Oireachtas.
Let us not force our politicians to avoid public engagement
I don’t think that our politicians should have to alter their footwear in the morning to ensure they are wearing something comfortable to enable them to make a quick getaway.
New Planning and Development Bill will reform planning system - Burke
The new and updated Planning and Development Bill will bring about critical reform to our planning system, enabling us to deliver housing and infrastructure at a quicker pace, local Fine Gael Minister of State, Deputy Peter Burke has said.
University of Galway announces 2022 honorary degree recipients
Margaretta D’Arcy, Lelia Doolan, Dr Jerry Cowley, and Ronan Scully will receive honorary degrees at next week’s winter conferring ceremonies, University of Galway has announced.
Annual dyslexia awareness month focuses on empowering people to #TrustYourInstincts
The Dyslexia Association of Ireland (DAI) are celebrating Dyslexia Awareness Month this October, the focus being on empowering people to #TrustYourInstincts.
Decommissioning Derrybrien Wind Farm would be reckless, warns Donohue
Independent Councillor Geraldine Donohue has called for common sense to prevail to allow “the wind to blow and power to flow” from the turbines at Derrybrien on the hills on Slieve Aughty, Co Galway.
Closure of long Covid clinic contradicts Minister, HSE and research – Naughten
Reports of the closure of the clinic dealing with neurological conditions associated with long Covid clearly contradicts commitments given by the HSE and Health Minister Stephen Donnelly and also contradicts the growing body of research indicating the long-term challenge of the condition will be focused on neurological issues, claims local Independent Deputy Denis Naughten.