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Chambers Ireland highlights lack of talent due to housing crisis

Chambers Ireland, on behalf of its 38 affiliated Chambers throughout the length and breadth of the country, made an unusual plea to government this week as it highlighted obstacles to growth due to poor planning and the current housing crisis, despite employment being at a high right now.

Why Do Girls Give Up Sport? Panel discussion at the Westside Library on Saturday 25 February 2023 at 11am

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Why do girls give up sport?

Niall Teague and Padraic Joyce release new single ahead of upcoming album and tour

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Niall Teague and Padraic Joyce release new single ahead of upcoming album and tour

Spiddal Author, Fearghas Mac Lochlainn nominated for Book Award

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An Slipéar Gloine, an Irish story based on Cinderella and told in rhyme, is on the KPMG Irish Children Book Award shortlist for 2023. Fearghas Mac Lochlainn, the Spiddal author of this scintillating book, is delighted. He says: "I'm chuffed. It is fantastic that a book written in the Irish language has been shortlisted. Paddy Donnelly, the brilliant artist who illustrated the book, deserves much of the credit here! I am also much indebted to Tadhg Mac Dhonnagáin and Futa Fata who asked me to write the book in the first place and then put An Slipéar Gloine into the hat for the Reics Carló award (which it won), and for the KPMG award."

Ring queries roads budget for Mayo


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

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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

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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.


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