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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...

Minister Harris encourages people to take Civil Legal Aid Scheme survey

Minister for Justice Simon Harris TD is encouraging people in Galway to participate in the consultation on reform of the Civil Legal Aid Scheme. The...

Minister Harris announces green light for two major education projects in Galway

Minister Simon Harris has announced today that the green light has been given for two major infrastructure projects by ATU Galway and the GRETB. The...

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...

Local senator calls for measures to tackle increase in youth mental health issues

Local senator Aisling Dolan has said that actions must be taken to deal with the increase in mental health issues among young people in...

Over €450,000 funding to help Galway students with cost of living crisis

More than €450,000 in grant funding has been announced to help university students in Galway with the cost of living crisis. This once off funding...

Galway support groups benefit from €5.25m victims of crime fund

Multiple charities working in Galway have been awarded more than €400,000 in funding for NGOs supporting victims of crime. Minister for Justice Simon Harris has...

Student maintenance grant increases from today

Students maintenance grants will increase from today as part of changes agreed in Budget 2023. The Special and Band 1 maintenance grant rates increase by...

10 new Apprenticeship programmes launching in 2023

The government has announced that ten new apprenticeship programmes are going to be rolled out over the course of 2023. This will bring the total...

Campaign assures victims of domestic abuse that services are ‘Still Here’ over Christmas

The government is running a public awareness campaign over the holiday period to let to suffering from domestic abuse know that services remain open. The...

International Consent Day: Training to roll out in Galway schools and colleges

A programme has been launched to give educators the information, skills and support they need to promote positive, active consent among learners. The new Active*...

Government to help fund building student accommodation in Galway

The government has approved plans to deliver hundreds of student accommodation beds in Galway, by committing state funding to construction. Minister for Further and Higher...

Minister announces changes for school leavers as CAO opens

Minister for Further and Higher Education Simon Harris has confirmed school leavers will now be able to access information on traineeships from the Central...

Students urged to apply for SUSI grants before Thursday deadline

Higher Education Minister Simon Harris has urged students who have not already done so to apply to the Student Grant Scheme before the deadline...

2,800 SUSI grant holders in Galway to get double payment

Some 2,800 SUSI grant holders in Galway will receive a double payment next month, while many more will get a fee refund. The government has...

University of Galway receives more recognition for gender equality progress

University of Galway has again been recognised for advancing gender equality, with its School of Engineering receiving an Athena Swan Silver Award. The Athena Swan...

More than 57,000 people receiving CAO offers today

More than 57,000 young people in Ireland are receiving CAO offers for places in college and university today. The Central Applications Office has today issued...

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