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Call for improved safeguarding of people with disabilities

The rights of people with disabilities are not adequately respected and upheld in Ireland, according to a new RED C Survey commissioned by Safeguarding Ireland.

O’Hara calls for ‘action’ to tackle waiting lists and overcrowding at UCHG

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Following recent reports of overcrowding at UCHG, Sinn Féin is demanding that action be taken to address “waiting lists and capacity deficiencies” in the hospital.

GMIT reopening plan sees phased return to campus for all students from September 20

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GMIT will operate a phased return to full on-site activities in all campuses from September 20 in line with Government guidelines, the institute has announced.

Sharp divisions among Galway politicians over merits of Housing For All plan

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The Housing For All plan is either a “path to achieving the supply we need to cater for all our people”, or a “continuation of the failed policy of relying on the private market”.

Ireland has ‘moral responsibility’ to take in more Afghan refugees, says PBP Galway

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Ireland has a “moral responsibility” to take in far more than the “mere 195 refugees” from Afghanistan it has pledged to accept.

Moran family making a vital contribution to Galway football

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It all started in the old Lisheen Bar: that is how League of Ireland football eventually came to Galway in the 1970s.

UHG seeks user advocates to build better maternity services

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University Hospital Galway is looking for service user advocate(s) for the maternity department to work with hospital and community health service directors and managers to initiate change and build better maternity services for women and their families accessing care.

PBP to hold a socially distanced protest at Sandy Road this Saturday

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People Before Profit will hold a socially distanced protest at Sandy Road this Saturday at 2pm, demanding that the public land there be used to construct public housing.

Contrasting fortunes on this World Humanitarian Day

Joy was unbridled and superlatives flowed as all in Mayo glowed in Sunday's glory. Not even rare old Dubliners could begrudge Mayo this long-awaited victory.

Cheevers calls for Galway to become carbon neutral by 2025

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Galway city should aim to become a carbon neutral city by 2025 - a quarter of a century ahead of when the State plans to reach such a goal.

 

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