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Repeated storms and flooding require government intervention

Urgent government intervention is needed after widespread flooding in South Galway and repeated storms Galway East TD Anne Rabbitte has said.

Flood affected Galwegians urged to apply to relief schemes

Galway has been deluged with flooding in the past several weeks and people and groups affected by this crisis are being...

Galway to benefit from €10 million to promote local enterprise

Just under €10 million has been awarded to support five projects in Galway which aim to promote the growth of jobs and enterprise in...

Over 8,000 jobs in Galway supported by Enterprise Ireland

Record numbers of people now have jobs at businesses in Galway supported by Enterprise Ireland, with a 60% increase in the past decade. The 2019...

NUIG sharing in €150 million investment in data analytics

NUI Galway will be one of the beneficiaries of €150 million to be invested in the the Insight Centre for Data Analytics in the...

Galway companies awarded €36.5 million to create disruptive technologies

Seven projects with Galway based partners have been awarded €36.5 million from the Disruptive Technologies Fund this year. Minister for Business, Enterprise, and Innovation Heather...

Marine Institute shares in €25 million SFI Research Infrastructure fund

Galway's Marine Institute is leading one of six projects which have been awarded €25 million under the SFI Research Infrastructure Programme. The Oranmore based Marine...

Athenry “ditched yet again” with lack of investment says Rabbitte

The government and IDA have failed to show a cohesive vision to develop industrial and technology sites in Athenry Anne Rabbitte has said. The Galway...

GMIT awarded €840,000 for medtech test lab

GMIT has been awarded €840,000 in government funding to build a state of the art test lab to help develop next generation medical technologies. The...

Galway start up gearing up for Best Young Entrepreneur national finals

Correction: an earlier version of this article incorrectly stated that Elizabeth McGloughlin is from Galway. She is from Limerick and did her Masters here. The...

NUIG chronic pain project shortlisted for €1 million prize

A project on better managing chronic pain from NUIG is one of six finalists for a €1 million prize in the SFI Future Innovator...

Galway based Yield Lab Europe launch €21 million agritech fund

The Galway based agricultural technology accelerator Yield Lab Europe has launched a new €21 million startup investment fund. The €21 million fund will invest in...

Local enterprise office celebrates hundreds of jobs created on 5th anniversary

Galway's Local Enterprise Office is marking its fifth anniversary this year, having helped businesses and entrepreneurs create hundreds of jobs. Since first being set up...

NUIG leading new €13 million genome research centre

NUI Galway is leading a €13 million project to train the next generation of researchers cracking the secrets of the genome. A genome is the...

Australian company creating 20 jobs with Galway tech hub

Australian payment services provider EML Payments is creating 20 new jobs in Galway by setting up a tech and innovation centre here. The creation of...

Eight digital start-up companies to get €75,000 backing through Galway accelerator.

NDRC at the Portershed is once again again looking for innovative start-up companies to fund through its accelerator programme.

111 new jobs created with the help of Galway’s Local Enterprise Office

Companies supported by the Local Enterprise Office created 111 jobs in Galway last year. Figures revealed by Minister...

Rural regeneration projects in Galway awarded over €6 million

Rural areas across Galway county will benefit from €6.2 million in funding to spur business and innovation, look after natural parks,...

Regional Enterprise Plan aims for 15% employment boost in the West

The new Regional Enterprise Plan for the West of Ireland has set itself an ambitious goal of increasing employment by 10-15 percent. The plan aims...

Cutting edge research into cancer, fish farming, and autonomous lifeguards awarded over €600,000

Five research projects at NUI Galway have been awarded over €600,000 to develop new technologies to fight cancer, treat high blood pressure, create an...
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Galway TD welcomes chance for students to watch Shakespeare at home

An East Galway TD has welcomed the move by RTÉ to screen Shakespeare classics for students at home. Minister for the Diaspora and International Development...

County Council confirms commercial rates deferred to end of June

Galway County Council has confirmed that it is deferring the payment of commercial rates from businesses badly hit by Covid-19 until the end of...

Businesses urged to avail of Wage Subsidy Scheme by re-employing staff

Employers who have already laid off workers have been reminded that they still avail of the Temporary COVID-19 Wage Subsidy Scheme, by re-employing their...

Older people can receive regular phone calls during crisis in new initiative

Older people will be able to receive a regular phone call to check on their wellbeing and needs during the current emergency, under a...

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