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“End is near” for Simon Harris says Fitzmaurice amid record overcrowding

Independent Galway TD Michael Fitzmaurice has said that the "end is near" for Health Minister Simon Harris amid critical hospital overcrowding. The warning that Simon...

Simon Harris out of the loop on delays to new A&E at UHG

The Saolta group which manages multiple hospitals in the west has delayed plans for a new Emergency Department at UHG without informing the Health...

Simon Harris asks people to reserve the A&E for emergencies amid trolley crisis

Health Minister Simon Harris has admitted that long waits at the A&E are "inevitable" this winter period as our hospitals are more overcrowded than...

Students and parents urged to attend SUSI grant meeting with Minister Harris

Students and parents are being encouraged to join in an online meeting next Thursday with Minister Simon Harris and Galway Senator Aisling Dolan, to...

Minister Harris launching NUIG developed Active Consent Toolkit for consent education

Minister for Higher Education Simon Harris is today launching the Active Consent Toolkit, developed at NUIG, which will be rolled out at colleges and...

Creating Our Future Roadshow to visit Galway in October

The Creating Our Future Roadshow, which kicks off tomorrow in Co. Wicklow, will visit Galway on the morning of Monday 11 October. The government-led national...

NUI Galway appoints full-time Traveller Education Officer 

NUI Galway has appointed its first full-time Traveller Education Officer to lead the teaching and learning of students from the Traveller community.Owen Ward, a...

GMIT sees spike in demand for STEM courses, significant points increases

GMIT has seen a significant increase in demand for STEM related course this year with points increasing for almost 60% of their honours degree...

Galway students receive CAO offers today

Just over 3,000 students in Galway have received their first round CAO offers this afternoon, with points for many courses reaching a record high...

Fourteen Irish Travellers take first steps towards higher education

Fourteen Irish Travellers have been recognised at a special ceremony after completing NUI Galway Access Centre’s first Educational Transition Project.The Traveller students received certificates...

Solas calls for local community education providers to apply for €10m fund

Community education providers in Galway are being encouraged to apply for funding under the €10 million Mitigating against Educational Disadvantage Fund 2021. The fund was...

Senator Kyne welcomes €105m funding for safe reopening of third level colleges

Galway Senator Seán Kyne has welcomed the announcement by Minister Simon Harris of €105 million to ensure third level colleges are safe to reopen...

NUIG staff and students urged to join rapid testing pilot scheme

Staff and students at NUIG are being urged to volunteer for a rapid testing pilot programme to track and control COVID-19 in universities.The UniCoV...

Free and subsidised places announced on courses at NUIG and GMIT

Free and subsidised higher education places have been announced for a number of courses at GMIT and NUI Galway under the Springboard+ 2021 and...

Work begins on bringing Old Grove Hospital back to life

Work has finally begun on the redevelopment of the Old Grove Hospital in Tuam after it has been left idle for more than two...

Mixed messages on July reopening plans bad for workers Farrell says

Clarity and an end to mixed messaging is needed on the reopening of sectors of the economy in July, and the pandemic unemployment payment...

Application being submitted today to create Connacht/Ulster Technological University

A formal application is due to be made today for GMIT, Sligo IT, and Letterkenny IT to form a new Technological University for the...

NUIG awarded funding for 10 research projects collaborating with community groups

Ten projects at NUI Galway have received funding to for research collaborating with community and voluntary organisations working in healthcare, human rights, rural crime,...

“If you are on Erasmus, stay where you are” – Government to pay for students’ mandatory quarantine

"Stay where you are" is Minister Simon Harris' message to Irish Erasmus students today, with the government promising to pay for mandatory hotel quarantine...

Galway projects inspiring young people to pursue science

Nurturing future generations of scientists in Ireland can rely heavily on getting young people engaged with science, and inspiring them to pursue a future...

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