Author: Micheál Ó Maoileoin

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€2.7 million funding announced for NUI Galway’s Irish Language School

€2.7 million funding announced for NUI Galway’s Irish Language School

€2.7 million in funding has been allocated to NUI Galway’s Irish Language Academy, An tAcadamh. The allocation will provide €900,000 per year for three academic years, commencin ...
Vital roadworks in Killimor expected to cause traffic delays this week

Vital roadworks in Killimor expected to cause traffic delays this week

Minor traffic delays are expected tomorrow and Tuesday on the N65 in Killimor as vital works are carried out. Lagan Asphalt Ltd, acting on behalf of Galway County Council, will ...
Government’s extension comes at key time for Galway as Brexit looms

Government’s extension comes at key time for Galway as Brexit looms

Fianna Fáil's decision yesterday to extend of the lifetime of the Government is crucial to Galway with Brexit looming on the international stage. That's according to Fine Gael TD ...
University Hospital Galway has highest number of people on trolleys again

University Hospital Galway has highest number of people on trolleys again

University Hospital Galway has the most patients waiting for a bed in the State again today, according to the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation. There are 55 people on trol ...
Election to be held after 2019 to avoid British-style political chaos

Election to be held after 2019 to avoid British-style political chaos

An election will not be held in 2019, Fianna Fáil has confirmed, so that Ireland can avoid the kind of political chaos seen in London in recent times. As the Brexit saga rolls o ...
Blasphemy and vegan recipes: What Irish people Googled most in 2018

Blasphemy and vegan recipes: What Irish people Googled most in 2018

As we come towards the end of another year, the annual Google Year in Search results give us a unique snapshot of what caught the interest of Irish people over the past 12 months. ...
Holocaust survivor visits East Galway school to talk to students and staff

Holocaust survivor visits East Galway school to talk to students and staff

Holocaust survivor Tomi Reichental visited Galway yesterday to speak to students in Portumna Community School. Mr Reichental recently published a new book for children aged 10 and ...
Fantastic new extension to Aran Islands school nominated for top EU prize

Fantastic new extension to Aran Islands school nominated for top EU prize

A new extension to a school on the Aran Islands has been nominated for the Mies Award 2019, one of the most prestigious awards in the field of architecture. The extension to Colái ...
The Connacht Hotel to celebrate its 50th anniversary

The Connacht Hotel to celebrate its 50th anniversary

The Connacht Hotel, one of Galway’s longest established hotels, is about to celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2019. Originally opened as the Galway Ryan Hotel in 1969 with almos ...
Galway is the third most cockroach infested county, says pest control company

Galway is the third most cockroach infested county, says pest control company

A pest control provider has said that Galway accounted for 8% of all callouts for cockroaches from September until November of this year. Only Dublin and Cork had more callouts, ...
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