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Labour City Councillor Niall Mc Nelis has criticised comments made by Taoiseach Leo Varadkar on cutting childcare costs.
While Taoiseach Leo Varadkar was in Mayo yesterday to perform the official opening of the new N5 Turlough-Westport route, Fáilte Ireland was also on the ground in Mayo this week, as it hosted two special workshops in Westport and Mulranny, aimed at developing a network of local experts working on the frontline in tourism and hospitality.
Galway Community College of Further Education (GCC) continues to offer full-time courses in a wide variety of career areas designed for entry to skilled employment, in preparation for starting an apprenticeship, or for progression to further and higher education. For some, these courses may be used as a transition year, an opportunity to sample new vocational areas before committing to a longer course of study in university. All GCC's one-year courses offer a mix of blended learning, with work experience and funded Erasmus placements. These courses are aimed at Leaving Certificate and Leaving Certificate Applied graduates, mature learners and anyone finding themselves considering changing their career path.
WHAT IS YOUR EARLIEST MEMORY? Attending play-school with Ann Cahill in Dangan or Gaelic training with the u5s in the Bushypark School pitch with John Ruane and John Kenny.
Fianna Fáil Councillor Alan Cheevers has called on Galway City Council to apply for funding to the Department of Transport for a new access at the back of Roscam estates.
On Monday of last week the 20 elected seats of Westmeath County Council were filled for a meeting, but not all by elected representatives.
Mayo TD Michael Ring has called for action on the strategic development zone at Knock Airport in order to create an industrial hub there - and has been supported in his call by Minister of State in the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Dara Calleary.
Local Fine Gael Minister of State, Deputy Peter Burke, was in Athlone on Friday last visiting local business owners and hearing first hand the feedback on local and national issues which are affecting traders at present.
John Quinn is currently offering for sale No 40 Sceilg Ard on the Headford Road. The property, which is in a walk-in condition, is situated close to all amenities including schools, church, and shops. It is just a short walk from shopping centres and convenient to University of Galway.