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Full capacity protocol enacted at University Hospital Galway

Full Capacity Protocol has been enacted at University Hospital Galway today amidst extreme overcrowding at the A&E. People...

Connacht Hotel achieves milestone in green hospitality services

The Connacht Hotel has achieved a major milestone in its push for sustainability, achieving Silver status in the internationally recognised Green...

Tuam man pleads guilty to building homemade gun

A man accused of illegally manufacturing a gun and possessing guns and ammunition has pleaded guilty to the charges at Galway...

Irish Traveller elected to NUI Galway governing body for first time

An Irish Traveller has been elected to NUI Galway's Údarás na hOllscoile for the first time. Owen Ward,...

Irish Water budget cuts would leave rural towns to suffer – Fitzmaurice

Cuts to the budget of Irish Water will have long lasting consequences for rural towns and villages Galway TD Michael Fizmaurice...

Two people taken to hospital after Ballinasloe traffic collision

Two people were taken to hospital yesterday after a three car traffic collision on the M6 motorway near Ballinasloe yesterday.

Today’s Galway weather forecast

Another cold day awaits - but snow showers are unlikely in most parts of Galway. The cold and...

Incredible health scientist shortlisted for European Young Researcher Award

NUIG's Elaine Toomey, a scientist dedicated to improving the quality of health research, has been shortlisted for the Euroscience European...

Organised spree of burglaries prompts public safety meeting in Tuam

A public meeting is being held in Tuam next week for local people to hear from Gardaí and air their concern...

Man accused of rape sent to trial at the Central Criminal Court

A man has been sent forward to trial for the alleged rape of a woman in Galway City last year.

Sinn Féin to hold major public meeting in Galway

Prominent Sinn Féin TDs will be in Galway next week for a public meeting designed to rally support for a government...

GMIT unveils unified sports identity the Falcons

Though it might be spread across different counties, GMIT has launched a new brand to bring all its sports activities under...

Bus transfers running on all Galway-Limerick rail services today

Rail services between Galway and Limerick will be operating as bus transfers today during to flooding on the tracks.

Where to get FREE delicious crêpes until 12pm today

Gino’s Gelato is celebrating Pancake Tuesday by giving away free traditional crêpes to all customers until 12pm. The gelato...

McDonald’s selling breakfast pancakes all day today

Today is a very special day, that most celebrated of holidays dedicated to the delicious breakfast food: Pancakes.

Today’s Galway weather forecast

Today will be another very cold day, with showers possibly falling as hail and sleet in places. It...

Flood assistance schemes needed as farms and businesses suffer – Naughten

The government should immediately activate flood assistance schemes for farmers and others in need of assistance after Shannon Basin flooding.

Flooding disrupts Galway-Limerick train services

The flooding throughout Galway is affecting more than just motorists now, trains between Galway and Limerick are also being affected.

Snow and Ice warning issued for Galway after week of rain

Hot on the heel of a status yellow rainfall warning this morning, another weather warning for snow and ice has been...

Gardaí warn of fake ‘movie money’ euro notes in circulation

The Gardaí and the Revenue Commissioners have issued a joint warning of a large amount of novelty Euro notes in circulation.
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Full capacity protocol enacted at University Hospital Galway

Full Capacity Protocol has been enacted at University Hospital Galway today amidst extreme overcrowding at the A&E. People...

Connacht Hotel achieves milestone in green hospitality services

The Connacht Hotel has achieved a major milestone in its push for sustainability, achieving Silver status in the internationally recognised Green...

Tuam man pleads guilty to building homemade gun

A man accused of illegally manufacturing a gun and possessing guns and ammunition has pleaded guilty to the charges at Galway...

Irish Traveller elected to NUI Galway governing body for first time

An Irish Traveller has been elected to NUI Galway's Údarás na hOllscoile for the first time. Owen Ward,...