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Student teachers continue studies thanks to online technology

Students in Galway and elsewhere planning to pursue third-level studies in teaching should not be worried that the current COVID-19 restrictions will affect their...

Young people in with a chance to win €1,000 with ReelLIFE SCIENCE

Young people with a love of science, filmaking, or both could be in with a chance to win €1,000 for their school or organisation...

Summer language courses in the Gaeltacht cancelled

Irish language courses which normally take place in the Gaeltacht each summer will not be going ahead this year due to the Covid-19 crisis. Hundreds...

Plans progress for major expansion of Gort National School

Plans for the construction of a significant expansion of Gort National School have continued to move forward despite the current conditions. Galway East TD Ciaran...

People turning to online news and language courses during COVID-19 crisis

The number of people reading online newspapaers and signing up for language courses in Ireland has soared during the COVID-19 crisis. Between the first week...

Galway based free online education company goes Ad free in crisis

The Galway based free online education company Alison.com is doing away with ads on its platform for the next six months to help newly...

Special Needs Assistants to be reassigned to relieve frontline staff

Special Needs Assistants will be temporarily assigned to other parts of the public sector to free up medical staff for frontline roles during the...

Online resources for students studying for exams from home

Schools in Ireland are closed until March 29 at the least amid the coronavirus pandemic, but schools are attempting to keep...

Irish Traveller elected to NUI Galway governing body for first time

An Irish Traveller has been elected to NUI Galway's Údarás na hOllscoile for the first time. Owen Ward,...

NUI Galway awarded €175,000 for science engagement initiatives

NUI Galway has been awarded €175,000 for five initiatives that aims to improve public engagement and education about science.

Calls for next government to invest in Community Education

The next government must move the debate about educational access and equality beyond formal education settings. It must do...

New funding aims to make school books free for DEIS schools

Over 15,000 pupils and 100 primary schools across Ireland will benefit from new funding which will lower the cost of school books. The new pilot...
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Galway students urged to apply for SUSI grants before next week

Students in Galway who have not yet applied for SUSI grants are being urged to do so before the 'Priority' closing date on 9...

Three Galway artists get a boost from Remote Control development programme

Three Galway based artists have been chosen for the Remote Control programme to help them develop innovative art projects and find new ways to...

Micil Distillery to reopen its doors tomorrow for tours and tastings

Galway's only operating distillery will join hairdressers and pubs in reopening its doors during Phase 3, as the country slowly regains some degree of...

Boots unveils brand-new store at Knocknacarra retail park

The new Boots store is now open at the Gateway Retail Park in Knocknacarra. As part of Boots’ continued investment into the growth and expansion...
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