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Over 3,000 Galway students collecting leaving Cert results

It's a morning of anticipation for 3,120 young people in Galway who are receiving their Leaving Cert results today. Students are able to collect the...

Gort NS building moves one step closer with process to appoint design team

The new Gort NS building has 'moved a step closer' with today's confirmation by Minister Joe McHugh that a Design Team for the project...

Child sexual abuse redress scheme was “designed to fail” says Connolly

Galway TD Catherine Connolly has said that a redress scheme for victims of child sexual abuse in schools was "designed to fail". The Independent TD...

Emergency funding granted to Ballinderreen National School

Emergency Funding has been granted to Ballinderreen National School for additional special needs toilet facilities. The Kilcolgan area national school has been allocated funding by...

Approval for €4 million upgrade to Gort Community School

Plans to revamp Gort Community School have taken a step forward as approval has been given to begin the design work on €4.1 million...

Galway people asked to nominate their most amazing teachers

Galway people are being asked to nominate thier most inspiring teachers in an initiative which aims to highlight the huge contribution made by teachers...

Junior and Leaving cert exams underway for almost 7,000 young people in Galway

Junior and Leaving Cert students are filling school halls this morning as exams have gotten underway for almost 7,000 young people in Galway. There are...

GMIT awarded €240,000 for new apprenticeship programmes

GMIT has been awarded €240,000 in funding to deliver modern apprenticeship programmes. The government announced on Monday that €7.5 million will be invested to support...

Hospital support workers overwhelmingly vote to strike

Hospital support staff in Siptu have overwhelmingly voted by 94 percent to go on strike. The decision to strike affects some 17,000 workers in medical...

Site chosen for new building of Ballinasloe special needs school facing closure

A preferred site has been chosen for a new building for St. Teresa’s special needs school in Ballinasloe which is facing closure over spiraling...

Nurses vote to accept proposals that ended nationwide strike

Nurses and midwives in the INMO have voted to accept proposals from the Labour Court that ended an industrial dispute earlier this year. A dispute...

Minister pledges to consider abolishing two-tier pay for teachers

Minister for Education Joe McHugh has pledged to consider efforts to abolish the two tier pay grade for teachers. The Minister was addressing the annual...

INTO annual conference gets underway in Galway today

Galway is playing hosting to the annual conference of the Irish National Teachers' Organisation this week at the Galmont Hotel. The INTO conference is being...

Substitute teachers to be hired full-time amid teacher shortage

A number of substitute teachers will be hired on full-time to tackle a shortage of educators in classrooms here in Galway. Minister for Education Joe...

Ó Cuív slams disuse of Cleggan and Inishbofin airstrips

The government has been criticised for not having a plan to make use of Cleggan and Inishbofin airstrips the way they were intended. Galway West...

Gaeltacht schools launch online learning pilot project

A new e-hub pilot project has been launched at Gaeltacht schools this week to improve access to Irish language education. This new digital teaching project...

Cuts to pupil teacher ratio threaten viability of rural primary schools says Ó Cuív

The pupil teacher ratios in small, rural primary schools need to be improved or else it will be difficult for communities to retain their...

City council calls for publicly funded student accommodation

Galway city council is calling for the construction of publicly funded student accommodation. At the monthly council meeting on Monday the council unanimously passed a...

Children at gaeltacht schools getting more immersed in Irish language

Gaeltacht schools have made significant steps forward in improving the quality of Irish language education. That's the finding of an inspection report of 105 primary...

Seán Canney announces funding for 15 schools in Galway East

Galway East TD Seán Canney has welcomed the confirmation from the Department of Education that funding has been allocated to 15 schools in East...
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Coronavirus: Galway sees small increase in cases as 17 people die in Republic

Seventeen more people have died in the Republic after being diagnosed with Covid-19, the National Public Health Emergency Team has announced. Fifteen deaths were located...

€1m scheme announced to support Irish artists

A number of measures have been announced to support the cultural sector during the Covid-19 crisis. One measure announced was a new €1m scheme to...

‘Community Champion’ appointed for Galway to lead efforts against Covid-19

  A network of 'Community Champions' has been set up across the state to help with the ongoing Covid-19 emergency. Steve Dolan, CEO of Galway Rural...

Four Galway restaurants now offering deliveries on Just Eat

Just Eat has released an updated list of restaurants available for delivery across Ireland, which includes popular restaurants that are offering a takeaway service...

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