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Tuam Road based garage and car dealership, Monaghan and Sons, has announced a fundraising campaign which will see a donation from the profit of all car sales and service invoices in its workshop to three local charities.
Galway Educate Together Secondary School has been recognised as an Apple Distinguished School for 2022–2025 for its innovative use of iPads to promote a 21st century culture of learning firmly underpinned by the activation of student voice.
A co-option to Galway City Council by the Social Democrats seems imminent following the decision yesterday of its first ever city councillor to resign.
The contribution of eight primary school teachers to education in Athlone and its environs was recently acknowledged at a retirement function hosted in their honour by the local branch of the Irish National Teachers Organisation.
At Monday’s meeting of Galway County Council with officials of the NTA, Cllr James Charity confirmed to the meeting that Local Link and NTA had issued confirmation that a tender for a new bus service for the North Galway region was due to issue in January 2023.
Numerous teaching representatives from Athlone primary schools were in attendance at the INTO Consultative Conference on Education in Tullamore in recent times.
Portiuncula University Hospital has announced the appointment of Taughmaconnell native, Sharon Donoghue, to the role of Patient Advocacy and Liaison Service (PALS) Coordinator.
Margaretta D’Arcy, Lelia Doolan, Dr Jerry Cowley, and Ronan Scully will receive honorary degrees at next week’s winter conferring ceremonies, University of Galway has announced.
Digital Business Ireland, the country’s leading representative body for online businesses has today launched a dedicated SME best practice eBook ‘Harness Digital, Power Growth’ to mark Ireland’s inaugural ‘Digital First Day’. Taking place today (November 16th) ‘Digital First Day’ aims to initiate a broad conversation – both locally and nationally – on the importance of digital growth to people, organisations and communities, across every village and town in Ireland. With a network now in excess of 8,000 members, Digital Business Ireland has borne witness to the power of digital technologies in enabling sustainable growth for SMEs.
Since 1999, Fastrack to Information Technology (FIT) has been a representative organisation of the technology sector committed to growing Ireland’s tech talent pipeline. The aim is to create wider access to tech skills training leading to exciting career paths and quality employment opportunities for all those who have a curiosity and passion for technology.