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Galway election result a step towards normalisation of diversity

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The incoming Galway city council will have six women members - four of them newly elected - the highest proportion in the history of the council. Each political party on the council now has a female councillor, along with the non-party grouping.

Public consultation on economic and community development plan

Have your say in the new six-year plan to support economic and community development of the Galway County.

Educational pathways: explore GCC's varied course offerings

Galway Community College (GCC) Further Education offers a diverse range of courses tailored to equip students with the skills and knowledge required for successful careers in various fields. The extensive selection of courses across multiple disciplines is closely aligned with industry needs and the pathways they create for further education and employment.

Food on the Edge 2024 to celebrate A Sense of Place

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Food On The Edge will return to Galway this year on October 21 and 22, after three years of events at Airfield Estate in Dublin. The theme of this year's symposium is A Sense of Place.

Enlightening new medieval exhibition launched at Galway City Museum last week

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The new exhibition, Surrounded by Stone, Galway: 1100 BC – AD 1750 was last week officially launched at Galway City Museum. The opening was performed by Lynn Scarff, Director of the National Museum of Ireland. Other speakers at the event included the Mayor of the City of Galway, Cllr. Eddie Hoare, Chief Executive of Galway City Council, Leonard Cleary and the Director of the Galway City Museum, Eithne Verling.

The most influential Galwegian of the past fifty years

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Ronnie O’Gorman was the most influential Galwegian of the past fifty years. In The Galway Advertiser he created and nurtured a unique forum for Galway creativity, enterprise and community. Under Ronnie’s benign yet focused stewardship an entirely new version of Galway developed as the universal image of the city – an innovative, cultured, tolerant and sparkling city, successful, slightly raffish, and fun.

Bressie — ‘The system was fundamentally failing young people in Ireland’

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While spending a day in Galway speaking to young people about mental health, Niall Breslin (Bressie) spoke to the Galway Advertiser’s Jamie Conlon about his charity ‘A Lust For Life’, his long term ambition to have mental health programmes in every school in Ireland, and why “hope” is the most important thing any young person can have.

Westport Adventure Park Unveiled at Westport House

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Westport House, one of Mayo’s most loved and visited destinations, this week announced the grand opening of its highly anticipated Westport Adventure Park, located on the historic grounds of Westport Estate.

Safefood research reveals food safety issues when using smartphones while cooking

A new research study from safefood highlights the need to use good food hygiene practices when cooking at home while using smart devices.

‘Appalling denial’ of supports to County Westmeath heart and stroke patients

A new drive is underway to bolster State funding for services which heart and stroke patients in County Westmeath describe as their “lifeline”.

 

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