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McDonalds hits back at Supermacs in battle over EU trademarks

McDonalds hits back at Supermacs in battle over EU trademarks

The latest round of fighting in Supermacs long running battle with McDonald's over the Galway fast-food chain's attempts to expand into Europe took place this week. McDonalds file ...
Streets of Galway 8km gets ready to hit the tarmac

Streets of Galway 8km gets ready to hit the tarmac

The Streets of Galway 8km run will be pounding through Galway's thoroughfares tomorrow for the 33rd annual race through the city. This year's race is going to pack the streets to ...
Staff at Merlin Park Hospital get green fingers with Healthy Ireland vegetable garden

Staff at Merlin Park Hospital get green fingers with Healthy Ireland vegetable garden

Merlin Park Hospital is encouraging staff to look after more than just humans with their new herb and vegetable garden. The lunchtime gardening classes on the hospital campus are ...
NUI Galway recruits dementia carers for support services study

NUI Galway recruits dementia carers for support services study

NUI Galway is recruiting the informal carers of people suffering from dementia for a study of the supports and services available to patients and their families after a recent diag ...
Galway has the fourth highest level of domestic water usage in Ireland

Galway has the fourth highest level of domestic water usage in Ireland

Galway has the fourth highest level of average daily domestic water usage in the country according to the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office. The average domestic w ...
Galway’s Esker Festival Orchestra pulls classical music from young minds

Galway’s Esker Festival Orchestra pulls classical music from young minds

Galway's homegrown Esker Festival Orchestra is back in town this Friday with an evening of classical classics performed by some of the best young musicians Ireland. The Esker Fest ...
Minister turns the sod on €5 million expansion to GMIT

Minister turns the sod on €5 million expansion to GMIT

Minister for Business, Enterprise, and Innovation Heather Humphries broke ground this morning on a planned expansion of GMIT's Innovation Hub worth over €5 million. The new buildi ...
NUIG professor appointed to scrutinise how Ireland handles rape and sexual assault trials

NUIG professor appointed to scrutinise how Ireland handles rape and sexual assault trials

The Minister for Justice has appointed NUI Galway law lecturer Tom O'Malley to review how sexual assault trials are carried out in Ireland. Minister Flannagan committed earlier to ...
Witnesses sought in serious Dyke road incident that hospitalised two

Witnesses sought in serious Dyke road incident that hospitalised two

Gardaí are appealing for witnesses to a serious traffic incident on the Dyke road yesterday that left two people in hospital with serious injuries. Two pedestrians, a man and a wo ...
Majority of students don’t think heavy drinking affects ability to give consent

Majority of students don’t think heavy drinking affects ability to give consent

More than two thirds of students don't think that drinking the equivalent of an entire bottle of vodka or 14 pints affects their ability to consent to sex according to NUI Galway r ...
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