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Junior Film Fleadh storytelling competition seeks entries

YOUNG GALWEGIANS with ideas for feature films, short films, TV series, documentaries, web series, video games, animation, or combined media projects, are being sought.

NUIG students raise €21,600 in Earth, Wind and Fire charity challenge

NUI Galway Students’ Union set a trio of unique charity challenges for students this year, taking their inspiration from the elements with the Earth, Wind and Fire Charity Challenge. More than 200 students rose to this challenge raising around €21,600 for charity in the process.

NUI Galway students to walk on fire

NUI Galway students are to take part in a firewalk tonight at the Westwood Hotel in Dangan as part of the Earth, Wind and Fire fundraising challenge.

NUIG students to go through hell and high water for charity

NUI Galway students will take on all that the elements of earth, wind, and fire have to offer in order to raise funds for the Galway Rape Crisis Centre and SpunOut.ie

Shell to Sea campaigner spoke at Dalai Lama conference

A prominent Shell to Sea campaigner was one of the speakers at an event in the Citywest Hotel, Dublin, last Wednesday which was attended by the Tibetan leader the Dalai Lama.

Award winning youth website now available in fifty languages

SpunOut.ie, the pioneering web site driven by a Galway based national youth organisation, has announced that it is now fluent in fifty languages.

Young activists gather in Galway in preparation for a new Ireland

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As the latest statistics showed Ireland's unemployment rate continues to rise, 20 young people from across Ireland gathered in Galway last weekend determined to highlight their desire for much needed change.

Graphic designer to cycle home to Australia to raise funds for mental health charity

A former bodyboarding champion from Sydney is cycling from Ireland to Australia to raise awareness about mental health.

Mental health conference in Ballina

On April 30 from 7.30pm a mental health conference, which is open to all members of the public, called Positive Mental Health in Challenging Times will take place in the Downhill Hotel, Ballina.

University enlists young group to research impact of love busts on young people

A mid-western university has joined forces with a Galway based national youth organisation to conduct research into the impact of relationship break-ups on young people’s lives.

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