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Community activists are calling on Galway City Council to honour pre-Covid budgetary commitments to substantially increase labour and financial resources in the city’s parks, as well as to immediately implement the lessons learnt from the lockdown that safe well-maintained biodiversity-rich urban green and blue spaces are vital to people’s health and that of the planet.
The Mount Temple Holy Trinity Graveyard Group formally launched the first of four heritage videos in recent times to coincide with National Biodiversity Week.
As the reality of our new way of life unfolds, many people and communities are coming together to help the most vulnerable deal with the upheaval to their daily lives.
Ireland’s best young science filmmakers honoured at Galway Science And Technology Festival Exhibition
Short films about climate action, hearing, and water were to the fore when young science filmmakers from Donegal, Dublin, Cork, Galway, Offaly, Sligo, and Meath were honoured at the ReelLIFE SCIENCE Video Competition Awards held at the recent Galway Science and Technology Festival Exhibition in NUI Galway.
Mayo Public Participation Network is the main link through which the local authority connects with the community, voluntary and environmental sectors.
The local community in Straide and donors from further afield, who have contributed to the fundraising efforts for the Straide church conservation fund have helped the fundraising drive reach a total of €137,995 to date.
Galway 2020 will open its doors to the public this Friday as it hosts Open House, a cultural showcase as a part of Culture Night. This is the first in a series of Open House events that Galway 2020 will be hosting in the coming months.
The Mayo branch of Arthritis Ireland is hosting an information evening about ground-breaking arthritis research in Ballina this Thursday.
A special celebration of seafood to mark the Galway, West of Ireland 2018 European Region of Gastronomy awaits visitors to the long-standing traditional sailing festival Cruinniú na mBád in the picturesque harbour village of Kinvara this weekend.
The elected members of the Ballina Municipal District refused to throw their full backing behind the potential sale of 26.13 hectares of land at Tawnaghmore Upper Killala (the old Asahi plant site), to a northern Irish based company for the construction of an IT services centre on the site. The councillors were presented with an item at their monthly meeting this week to endorse the disposal of the land for a potential figure of €2,582,689.20 to Derry based company Atlantic Gateway Ltd, if after a six to 12 month period of a feasibility study by the potential purchaser it was satisfactory for their needs.