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Galway Cycling Campaign has been awarded funds this week from Galway city and county councils for an ambitious, diverse and inclusive range of events for Bike Week 2020 which begins this Saturday 19 September and runs until Sunday 27 September.
The Irish Wheelchair Association in Belmullet is delighted to have finally got the go-ahead to reopen services recently.
The Grassland Farmer of the Year competition for 2020 was officially launched by the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Dara Calleary, T.D at the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine in Dublin this week.
NUI Galway recently opened its University of Sanctuary scholarship programme to potential applicants. The scholarship programme is open to international protection applicants, refugees, Irish Travellers, and vulnerable immigrant groups, and is part of a broader effort by the university as a designated University of Sanctuary to widen participation among underrepresented groups.
Thirteen-year-old twin sisters - Abi and Ava Galvin - from Ballina, have been keeping themselves busy over the past few months as - along with doing their homework, they have kept themselves entertained by making videos on TikTok - after their Dad Niall Galvin, promised they could get a puppy if the videos reached 100,000 likes.
Ireland’s local authorities, funded by the Department of Communications, Climate Action and the Environment (DCCAE), have joined forces to highlight and address the reports of increases in illegal dumping, since the introduction of Covid-19 related restrictions just over six weeks ago.
Owen Ward, an Irish Traveller and a professional master of education student at NUI Galway, has been elected by postgraduate students onto the university’s Údarás na hOllscoile — the university’s governing body. This is the first time that an Irish Traveller has been elected onto a university governing body in Ireland.
As the Decade of Centenaries continues it appears that people are still eager to find out more about Ireland’s past, as 40,385 people visited Mayo County Council’s Jackie Clarke Collection in 2019. This is an outstanding 30 per cent increase on the 2018 figures.
Galway will play host to Ireland’s first autism-friendly ball this Saturday in the Ardilaun Hotel. This event is organised by Galway Autism Partnership, with proceeds from the night going to the locally based charity.
Galway will play host to Ireland's first autism-friendly ball this Saturday in the Ardilaun Hotel. This event is organised by Galway Autism Partnership, with proceeds from the night going to the locally based charity.