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All electric Ford E-Transit promises to lead the charge

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It may not go on sale here until early spring 2022, but Ford have revealed their new an all-electric E-Transit.

So There I Was: Saint Petersburg

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Travelling abroad in 2020 has pretty much been a no go option for most of us due to the pandemic. No doubt our travelling itches are growing more irritable by the day so Matt Cassidy is here to provide a few suggestions on where we should go next year (fingers crossed). Here he is on his final leg of his Russian journey in Saint Petersburg.

Galway Community College to launch climate change studies and research event

On Friday December 4, Galway Community College (GCC) will host the official online launch of its three-year Erasmus+ project on locally endangered species and biodiversity loss. This project is a research collaboration of three schools, GCC and schools in Croatia and Spain, working with national wildlife non-Governmental organisations to research and compile information about locally endangered species.

Galway - a city in transition?

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So here it is, the news that Galway city and county are lodged “within a province that from a spatial planning point of view, is full of low density housing, is totally reliant on private transport (the car) and which is in need of transforming to using rail and public transport” to become a “high density city and to support cycling and walking?”

Youth Work Ireland Galway — supporting young people through the pandemic

Youth Work Ireland Galway is one of the leading youth work providers in Galway working with young people, their families and communities for over five decades. In 2019 more than 6,000 young people, aged 10 to 25 years, in Galway city and county availed of our services.

Doire Press to mark 10th birthday with online reading

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CONNEMARA BASED publishing company, Doire Press, will mark its 10th birthday with a cross-border/cross-genre reading and panel discussion as part of this weekend's Dublin Book Festival.

US Presidential election charade persists as Katie Taylor reigns supreme in the ring

Well, here we are again, with regard to the US Presidential race.

Time for Galway businesses to assess how Brexit impacts them

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Minister of State in the Department of Transport with responsibility for International and Road Transport and Logistics

Drug reform must be on the political agenda

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Drug reform is an important conversation that is happening in households and social circles, but one that politicians seem afraid to touch. Ireland has a long path to go on drug reform.

‘The arts take us to a different place, a more human place’

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THE ARTS are essential to politics, precisely because they can go beyond ideologies and entrenched positions, into the mind and lived experience of another person. Through the artist’s presentation of that life, we can see another perspective; who we might be in other circumstances; or into a reality we have been fortunate enough not to have lived.


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