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The Ombudsman for Children wants to know how students from Galway feel about going back to school and what school means to them. A year after schools closed for the first time, and with the phased reopening of schools under way, the #MoreThanSchool campaign is a chance for students to have their say.
1. Spend more time helping others.
When we look at the world around us, technology’s influence over individuals is quite incalculable. Business meetings take place over Zoom, bank accounts are accessed from our smartphones, and it is likely that those under the age of 12 do not know the concept of chalk and a blackboard, with most classrooms using interactive whiteboards. Yes this is the generation of tech but what about those who are not tech savvy?
Paddy Grant looked out of his bedroom window each day hoping to spot a seagull and a crow. All he usually saw was scaffolding and a blue sky peeping in between the gaps in the large steel frame.
A Salthill woman has raised more than €5,000 for Galway nursing homes after completing a half marathon with her with triplets.
Not sure what to do with the kids? Well for starters, don’t worry.
A young Ballinasloe man who demonstrated "incredible tenacity" was presented with a bronze medal from Gaisce, The President's Awards recently.
Athlone based development company Moonswing has enhanced its 'Aimsir' weather forecast iPhone and iPad app with the addition of the voice of Westmeath native and local primary school teacher Clíodhna Ní Chonaill.
Burglary in Ballybane
Moo was crowned the winner of the eighth annual Bank of Ireland Junk Kouture final which took place last week, April 19, at the 3Arena.