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Troy calls for bus driver age limit to be reviewed

Local Fianna Fáil Deput, Robert Troy, has called for the school bus driver age limit to be reviewed in a bid to tackle shortage of drivers.

Award winning Moate CS Junk Kouture students showcase fashion creation in New York

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A journey to the ‘Big Apple’ was most certainly an occasion to remember for Moate Community School students, Meabh O Shea, Evie Nugent, Eva Donlon, whose global award winning Junk Kouture fashion creation #TagMe received an invitation to participate in the International Women’s Forum which celebrated 50 years of women changing the world.

Lights, camera action - new and improved acting performance course rolled out in Galway

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Have you ever dreamed a little dream of acting on stage under the lights or in film or TV, in front of the camera? Have you wondered where you should go to make this goal a reality?

Explore world of beauty at Georgina Price College of Beauty Therapy open day

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Taking place on Saturday, May 18 from 11am until 1pm, the Georgina Price College of Beauty Therapy Open Day provides a perfect opportunity for aspiring beauty professionals to learn more about the industry, while visiting the newly upgraded college facilities at Liosbán Business Park.

Students receive awards at online citizenship programme ceremony

A prizegiving ceremony for transition year students who participated in the Online Citizenship Programme was recently hosted in the Sheraton Athlone Hotel.

TUS scoops top honours at recent National Education Awards

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Technological University of the Shannon (TUS) has taken top honours at the national Education Awards, held in the Naas, County Kildare, recently.

Mary Whelan Fox Elocution Speech and Drama School students shine on national stage

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In a showcase of talent, students from the Mary Whelan Fox Elocution, Speech and Drama School claimed numerous accolades at the prestigious Speech and Drama Teachers of Ireland Feis in Dublin.

Sixty years of the Students' Union

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The University College Galway Students' Union was originally established in 1911 as the Students' Representative Council. This council lasted only a short time but its reestablishment was proposed in 1913 and by the 1920s, it was firmly established. In the 1960s, it was formally developed into the University Students' Union, then known as Comhairle Teachta na Mac Leinn or CTM for short. It was formed in 1964, the function of the union as per the constitution was “to represent its members and promote, defend and vindicate the rights of its members at all levels of society.”

Extension of free primary school book scheme will benefit thousands of children - says Naughton

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The extension of free primary school books for school children from September is a great boost for families in Galway, Minister of State at the Department of Education, Hildegarde Naughton, has said.

Athlone & Castlerea Credit Union formally launches Student Bursary programme 2024

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Athlone & Castlerea Credit Union haVE announced the launch of their Student Bursary programme 2024, aimed at alleviating some of the financial burden of education for deserving students.


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