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Mayo people invited to have their say in shaping the future of remote working

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Fine Gael wants to hear the views of people in Mayo on remote working - during an online event, to be attended by An Tánaiste Leo Varadkar, TD, and Alan Dillon, TD.

Belmont property features number of prime landscape attributes

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Moyclare, Belmont,

SVP records 20% increase in calls for help in first quarter of year

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The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul (SVP) has recorded an almost 20 per cent increase in calls for help in the first quarter of 2021.

Local Independent Deputy welcomes Government’s rural future plan thoughts

Local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten, Chair of the Dáil’s Rural Affairs Committee, has welcomed the Government’s Rural Future plan which he says, if delivered, will give families a real option of living in their own home in a rural community instead of renting in Dublin City.

Local Independent Deputy welcomes Government’s rural future plan thoughts

Local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten, Chair of the Dáil’s Rural Affairs Committee, has welcomed the Government’s Rural Future plan which he says, if delivered, will give families a real option of living in their own home in a rural community instead of renting in Dublin City.

Local Independent Deputy welcomes Government’s rural future plan

Local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten, Chair of the Dáil’s Rural Affairs Committee, has welcomed the Government’s Rural Future plan which he says, if delivered, will give families a real option of living in their own home in a rural community instead of renting in Dublin City.

Keena welcomes new five-year plan for rural areas

Cllr Frankie Keena has this week welcomed the publication of Our Rural Future, a five year plan published by the Government which aims to revitalise rural communities in the wake of Covid-19.

Our Rural Future: Government’s blueprint to transform rural Ireland

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Lecturer in Economics in GMIT

Your guide to the upcoming changes

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Students in the city

Over the last few months there has been much discussion about the impact students are having on the city during lockdown. In normal times Galway has approximately 28,000 students attending a variety of third level colleges and language schools. Given that the last census in 2016 put the city's population at 79,504, students potentially represent 35 per cent of the residents. Obviously, many of these students are Galway natives and may be living in the family home, but a significant cohort are drawn to the city for college from further afield and need housing to live in for the academic year.

 

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