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Marine Institute gives multi million backing to marine technology innovators

Galway's Marine Institute is backing twelve small enterprises driving new innovations in marine technology with €2.4 million in funding. Twelve grants of up to €200,000...

Students from Northern Ireland will only pay EU fees at NUIG after Brexit

Students from Northern Ireland who come to study at NUI Galway will keep their EU fees status after Brexit. The university welcomed confirmation from the...

Jack Carty commits to another two years with Connacht

Jack Carty has signed a two year extension to his contract that will see him return to the Sportsground until the end of the...

More time granted for expansion to Bon Secours Hospital

Bon Secours private hospital on the Old Dublin Road has been granted more time to complete an expansion to the hospital. An Extension of Duration...

German composer makes music from the ocean on Celtic Explorer expedition

A boundary pushing artistic programme in Galway that looks to ocean exploration and marine science for inspiration finished up a great year aboard the...

GAA develops new website to help teachers and students with Leaving Cert PE

A new online resource has been developed to help teachers and students with the new Leaving Certificate PE subject. The new website was developed by...

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...

Educate Together secondary school accepting enrollments from Monday

Enrollment in the new Galway Educate Together secondary school for September 2019 will open next week. Parents living within the catchment area of the new...

Aer Arann offered to islanders for just €1

The owner of Aer Arann has offered to sell the airline to the island communities for just €1 amid an ongoing contract dispute. The airline,...

Slow spending of LEADER funding comes under heavy criticism

Deficiencies in delivering money to projects that get approval for LEADER funding have been called out as only €52,285 has been spent in Galway...

Construction of 200 homes in Barna to start after Christmas

Construction of 197 homes just outside Barna at Truskey East will begin in just a few weeks as work is scheduled to start in...

Comórtas Aiste Ionad Siopadóireachta na Coiribe buaite ag dalta scoile ó Bearna

B'é dalta scoile ó Bearna a bhuaigh an Chomórtas Aiste a bhí ag Ionad Siopadóireachta na Coiribe. Bhí riméad ar Ionad Siopadóireachta na Coiribe a...

City wide competition to make Christmas decorations out of recycled material

All school students and adults in Galway city are being challenged to make decorations that bring the Christmas season to life out of whatever...

Supermac’s owner gets approval for motorway plaza on the M7

The owner of Supermac's, Galway man Pat McDonagh, is continuing his run of motorway plazas with another on the M7 at Portlaoise. Laois County Council...

LGFA: Underage Competitions to be Disbanded? 

The Ladies Gaelic Football Association (LGFA) are expected to receive a massive backlash if proposals to scrap the underage intercounty competitions in favour of blitzes are...

ATHLETICS: Jane Ann Meehan Among Dublin Marathon Contenders 

Galway City Harriers’ Jane Anne Meehan will be among the favourites when the 2018 Dublin City Marathon takes place this Sunday (28th October). The Athenry AC runner came second in...

ATHLETICS: Run Jump Throw Series Receives Excellent Feedback 

The 1st Run Jump Throw series of coaching workshops recently took place across September and October 2018 in Dangan, Co. Galway.   The idea for the...

Marine scientists sample deep sea life in search of new medical drugs

Marine Scientists from NUI Galway have recently returned from an expedition to source new pharmaceuticals from deep sea sponges on the very edge of...

Marine Institute abuzz with efforts to protect bees and wildflowers

The Marine Institute is joining the movement to protect endangered bees and wildflowers by converting a third of its green areas to wildflower meadows. The...

OPINION: The 2018 Senior Camogie Year Needs To Be Put To Bed 

The a general rule when it comes to finishing a Leaving Certificate examination is not to talk about it.  You’ve studied (enough you hope), you’ve...
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Coronavirus: Three more deaths in West confirmed in worst day to date

There have been another 17 deaths related to the COVID-19 coronavirus in the past 24 hours, the National Public Health Emergency Team has confirmed. Three...

Lottery and gambling advertising should stop during crisis – TD

The National Lottery and other companies in the gambling industry have been called on to stop advertising during the COVID-19 crisis. The plea came from...

Coronavirus: EU approves Ireland’s €200m business support scheme

The EU Commission has given its approval to the Irish government's €200 million scheme to financially support businesses badly affected by the coronavirus pandemic. The...

Veterinary Council of Ireland issues guidance to vets during crisis

The Veterinary Council of Ireland has given guidance to veterinary registrants following the new Government restrictions to stop the spread of COVID-19. The new measures...

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