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Galway Hospitality Group takes home prestigious Customer Service Award

Galway's Connacht Hospitality Group, which comprises multiple hotels and bars in the city has been awarded a much sought after customer service award from...

Galway United appoints Colin Fortune as Assistant Manager

Galway United have announced that former League of Ireland coach and player Colin Fortune has been appointed Assistant Manager for the first team. The Athlone...

Results: Run Galway Bay marathon and 10k winners announced

More than 4,000 participants took part in a 10k, half Marathon or Marathon along the shores of Galway Bay on Saturday in the 17th...

Galway’s Gourmet Offensive crowned best Vegetarian Takeaway in Ireland

Galway's much loved falafel joint the Gourmet Offensive has been named the best Vegetarian Takeaway in Ireland at the inaugural Irish Takeaway Awards. The Irish...

Forget the fields, explore the walled heritage of Athenry

The medieval walls of Athenry are easily the best preserved example of a Norman town wall, with two thirds of the 14th century walls...

Galway Film Fleadh unveils full programme for 31st festival

Galway Film Fleadh has unveiled the full lineup of movies and events coming to the 31st annual film festival on next month. This year's Film...

City council approves grants for 20 local community festivals

Galway city council has approved grant funding for 20 local community festivals this year. The Local Community Festivals Grant Scheme provides support for events in...

NUIG confers degrees on over 300 students

Students, both young and old, are celebrating the completion of their education today as NUIG has awarded degrees to over 300 students. The largest cohort...

GMIT graduate elected to assembly of Ireland’s greatest living artists

GMIT graduate and sculptor Aideen Barry has been elected to the Aosdána, an assembly of the best living artists in Ireland. Founded in 1981, the...

Show off your blooming best in the Galway City Tidy Towns and Garden Competition

Entrants are now open for people who want to show the effort and pride they put into their home for the Galway City Tidy...

Galway’s Kai Restaurant named in guide to the best food in Europe

Galway's Kai Restaurant received a place of pride in a new guide to the best food in European Green Cities. Kai Restaurant was named in...

Long time Galway councillor Michael Fahy passes away

One of the longest serving local councillors in Ireland, Michael "Stroke" Fahy has passed away after decades serving the people of Galway. Michael Fahy was...

Galway dominates National Museum archive of ‘community’ history

The National Museum of Ireland is building a massive programme of local, community driven historical archives, and so far Galway is dominating the field. The...

Sportsground sells out ahead of clash with Munster

Anticipation is high ahead of Connacht's upcoming clash with Munster this Saturday, enough that the Sportsground is already completely sold out. Connacht and Munster are...

GMIT Professor takes four trophies at world weightlifting championship

GMIT's Dr David Mac Hale pulled his weight at the Raw World Powerlifting Championships in the United States recently, taking home four trophies. After only taking...

Galway TDs condemn “stealth” move to merge councils

Galway's TDs were strongly critical this week of a piece of legislation that's been described as a "stealth" move to merge Galway City and...

200 new jobs announced for Galway at global IT company

Global company Genesys has this morning announced that it will create two hundred new jobs in Galway. The IT company will create the jobs after acquiring...

Five local teenage heroes rescued a man from the Corrib

Tributes are being paid to a group of five teenage boys who rescued a man from the waters of the Corrib during the Macnas...

GLENAMADDY and DISTRICT Sports Notes (Tuesday, 16th October 2018)

Covering local sports news in Glenamaddy and the surrounding areas including Kilkerrin, Clonberne, Williamstown, Glinsk and others.   Glenamaddy/Williamstown Ladies GAA   Intermediate Shield Final has been fixed for Sunday at 3 o’clock. ...

Ballybane is the most heavily littered urban area in Ireland

Ballybane is the most heavily littered area in all of Ireland's towns and cities according to the findings of the latest Anit-Litter League Survey. Irish...
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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...

Irish Red Cross and Age Action launch Covid-19 Hardship Fund

The Irish Red Cross and Age Action have launched a new Covid-19 Hardship Fund to respond to the needs of older people in vulnerable...

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