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Tenders issued for Inishbofin ferry service

The tender process has gotten underway for a contract to provide a ferry service between Inishbofin and the mainland from the new year. Galway West...

Galway restaurants retain Michelin Star status

Galway's award winning Loam and Aniar restaurants both retained the Michelin Star status in the 2020 Michelin Guide launched this week. Loam and Aniar each...

Over 5,000 people applied to NUIG in 2019

More than 5,000 people have applied to study at NUIG this academic year as the largest university in the west of Ireland continues to...

Public rally against Direct Provision planned for Eyre Square

The Galway Anti-Racism Network are holding a public rally in Galway city next weekend to protest the "inhuman" Direct Provision system and condemning racism. The...

Over 500 attend medical festival to re-inspire doctors

Over 500 doctors and health care professionals attended a medical festival at NUIG this week aimed at reawakening their passion for medicine. The old-out dotMD...

Irish rope grown mussels achieve MSC certification

The entire Irish mussel fishery under Bord Iascaigh Mhara management is now certified after the Irish rope grown mussel fishery achieved MSC certification today. BIM now...

Clifden RNLI gets state of the art €2.4 million lifeboat

Clifden RNLI have become the first station on the west coast of Ireland to receive the latest in lifeboat technology, the Shannon class lifeboat. This...

Funding for two library projects in disadvantaged communities

Two projects in Galway to provide library supports to communities and individuals at risk of being socially excluded, marginalised or disadvantaged have received backing...

Galway TD puts forward new idea to promote bilingualism

A programme which would encourage créches and childcare facilities to facilitate bilingualism should be developed, a Galway West TD has argued. Speaking in the Dáil,...

An Taisce objects to Connemara mining exploration licence

An Taisce has lodged an objection with the government against an exploratory mineral licence being granted to the Canadian mining company MOAG Copper Gold...

Search for local champions to bring an international conference home to Galway

The Galway Convention Bureau, which promotes Galway as a destination for international meetings, incentives, conferences and events, is looking for champions for Galway to...

Go ahead given for €5 million Renville sports ground

Galway county council has given the go ahead for a €5 million sports ground at Renville Park. The modern sports ground will contain a wide...

Child sexual abuse redress scheme was “designed to fail” says Connolly

Galway TD Catherine Connolly has said that a redress scheme for victims of child sexual abuse in schools was "designed to fail". The Independent TD...

The 150th Galway Races are officially launched

The Galway Races have officially launched this week, starting the countdown for the 150th festival extravaganza later this month. On Monday, July 29 Galway Racecourse...

Minister opens Business Innovation Centre for healthcare startups

Minister of State Seán Kyne has this week opened a new Business Innovation Centre in Galway city to accelerate the development of healthcare technologies. The...

NUIG wins Law School of the Year award

NUI Galway was named Law School of the Year at the prestigious Irish Law Awards last week. With a strong reputation for legal research and...

Galway Civil Defence getting new emergency vehicle

Galway Civil Defence will be adding to their capacity to respond to national emergencies and extreme weather events with a new emergency vehicle. Sixteen Ford...

Limerick defender Jack Lynch signs with Galway United

Galway United have announced that Jack Lynch has become their newest signing, with the young defender signed up until the end of the 2019...

NGOs and community organisations awarded €18.5 million

Nearly €20 million has been allocated to NGOs and civil society organisations in Galway and around Ireland to support their work in the community. Funding...

GMIT awarded €240,000 for new apprenticeship programmes

GMIT has been awarded €240,000 in funding to deliver modern apprenticeship programmes. The government announced on Monday that €7.5 million will be invested to support...
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Coronavirus: Galway sees 7 new cases as 22 more deaths reported in Ireland

There have been seven new confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Galway, bringing the total to 98, as 22 new deaths have been reported in...

Galway based free online education company goes Ad free in crisis

The Galway based free online education company Alison.com is doing away with ads on its platform for the next six months to help newly...

NUIG holding virtual graduation ceremony for over 300 students

More than 300 students at NUIG will be foregoing the usual robes and gowns for an online graduation ceremony next week as the university...

Councillor calls for payment freeze on student loans

A Galway city councillor is calling on banks and financial lenders to extend payment moratorium measures to student loans amid the Covid-19 crisis. Councillor Clodagh...

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