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A new survey to find out the quality of supermarket bike parking in Galway city and county was launched by Minister of State for Transport Hildegarde Naughton during Bike Week 2020.
NUI Galway researchers in collaboration with the University of Milano-Bicocca, Milan, are leading The Frontline Worker Support (FLoWS) project to develop guidelines for alleviating psychological distress in frontline healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Empowering and inspiring European citizens to become citizens of the sea is one of the key goals of the European Commission’s forthcoming Mission for Healthy Oceans, Seas, Coastal and Inland Waters. The Marine Institute and the European Commission are inviting the people of Ireland to complete an online survey on their level of awareness about our oceans and seas, and share what they believe are the top priorities for the health of our ocean.
All Gaelic football, hurling and camogie coaches throughout the city and county are being asked to help the GAA deliver improved coaching education and development throughout its clubs.
A call to re-open the Western Rail Corridor, in a submission from the Galway County Council executive to Iarnród Éireann, has been described as a “slap in the face” to elected members.
The Mayo Tusla Youth Advisory group recently launched the findings of a research project they undertook in relation to social media.
A charity is urging local people affected by cancer to take part in an online survey which will help shape its work in the future. The Irish Cancer Society says the study takes just 10 minutes to complete.
Iarnród Éireann has invited members of the public and interested organisations to participate in a public consultation as part of a financial and economic appraisal of proposals to extend the Western Rail Corridor.
NUI Galway has launched a survey to gather the views of the public on the proposed Irish Language Plan for Galway City 2019-2026.
This week marks the "last chance" to bring "diversity to education for teenagers" in the city and Oranmore area, with the deadline looming for the Department of Education's online survey regarding Galway's new secondary school.