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Survey reveals shocking number of assaults on NUIG students

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A survey investigating the sexual health and attitudes of students at NUI Galway has revealed that a quarter of female participants reported attempted or completed forced sexual assault.

SME views sought to help shape future Government policy, says Kyne

The views of SMEs throughout Galway city and county are being sought by the Government to help inform job and enterprise-friendly policies.

Council seeks submissions on Portlick

Westmeath County Council is seeking input from the public on how the lands in council ownership at Portlick, Glasson, Athlone should be managed, both in the short and the longer term. The council needs your help to get the best use out of this site for locals and visitors alike, developing it on a phased basis.

Growing Galway Food to survey producers and buyers in the food sector

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Growing Galway Food is inviting small food producers as well as retail and hospitality food buyers to participate in an online survey of food production in Galway as part of its aims to develop a county wide strategy for food in Galway, to contribute to the future development of the sector by fostering cooperation and cohesion amongst food producers and to build relationships between food producers and buyers in the retail, catering and hospitality sectors.

Beware the One-Eyed Monster

If part of your job involves talking to people you know that it will never be boring. I had a fella onto me this week who had a perspective on road safety that was so warped and bonkers that he should be studied by expert psychologists.

Beware the One-Eyed Monster

If part of your job involves talking to people you know that it will never be boring. I had a fella onto me this week who had a perspective on road safety that was so warped and bonkers that he should be studied by expert psychologists.

Beware the One-Eyed Monster

If part of your job involves talking to people you know that it will never be boring. I had a fella onto me this week who had a perspective on road safety that was so warped and bonkers that he should be studied by expert psychologists.

Buy local - Make this Christmas a happy one for your community

Macra na Feirme has launched their campaign to promote local farmers and encourage consumers to make community focused-purchases this Christmas, and beyond.

Castlebar school could see Catholic church divested of its patronage to offer choice

Following the news this week that parents of pre-school and primary school children in Castlebar are being asked to participate in an online survey about the possible change of patronage of schools, Mayo VEC has come forward with details of a possible alternative to the Catholic Church patronage model.

Galway charity cope wants to hear your views

COPE Galway is currently preparing the strategic plan for the period 2013 – 2015.

 

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