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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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Spiddal based publisher shortlisted for Irish language book awards

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Futa Fata, the An Spideal based publisher, has had five of it’s titles shortlisted for the Oireachtas na Gaeilge Publishing Awards.

Madigan speech should kickstart debate on behaviour and treatment

One of the victims of the pandemic over the past while has been the absence of strong discourse on anything other than the virus itself. Like a tsunami, it has come in and engulfed everything, has suppressed debate on matters of great import and placed shadows into corners where light should be shone. And to be fair, that was to be expected.

Ferry contract to Clare Island welcomed

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The announcement of a new five-year contract for the provision of a subsidised ferry service to Clare Island has been welcomed by local Oireachtas members.

Consultant chosen for Quiet Man Greenway feasibility study

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Galway County Council has chosen a consultant to carry out a feasibility study on the development of the Quiet Man Greenway, connecting Athenry, Ballyglunin, Tuam and Milltown.

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Aracha buys Galway Hooper Dolan

Pyrite protestors took to the Capital as SF motion on 100 per cent redress passed

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On Tuesday, large numbers of Mayo homeowners affected by pyrite in their homes and their supporters, joined homeowners from Donegal, whose homes are affected by Mica, at a protest in Dublin calling for 100 per cent redress for the repair of their homes.

Climate Bill must ensure continued viability of sustainable farming in Mayo - Dillon

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The Climate Bill must not undermine the continued viability of sustainable farming across County Mayo, Fine Gael TD Alan Dillon has said. The Climate Action and Low Carbon Development (Amendment) Bill 2021 is currently going through the Houses of the Oireachtas.


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