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Students must get refunds for leaving accommodation early, says SF

Amid reports of students and parents being denied refunds for leaving their accommodation early due to the COVID-19 crisis, Sinn Féin's Housing spokesperson Eoin...

NUI Galway researchers refocus research to fight COVID-19

NUI Galway is reviewing its healthcare research and looking at ways it can help fight the spread of COVID-19. Researchers at the university are examining...

NUIG President asks landlords for “care and compassion” towards students

The President of NUI Galway has asked landlords and property owners to show compassion to students during the Covid-19 crisis.

Objections to Galway ring road dropped by NUIG and Boston Scientific

Both Boston Scientific and NUI Galway have dropped their objections to the proposed N6 Galway City Ring Road.

New study looking for people who have experienced medical error at GP

Researchers at NUI Galway are looking for participants for a study on medical errors in General Practice. The research team from the School of Medicine...

NUIG study suggests porn use exacerbates sexual aggression

A study from NUI Galway has found that porn use by adolescents exacerbates tendencies towards sexual aggression in young men. Research was carried out by...

Students pull up their socks for charity

Students at NUI Galway have launched fantastic new socks this week, with all proceeds going to worthy causes. The socks, a collaboration with Galway company...

Ambitious Galway-based project aims to get teenagers moving

A new project based in Galway is aiming to get teenagers moving at school by linking PE with science. CÚRAM - based at NUI Galway...

NUI Galway scoops top prize at national Energy Awards

NUI Galway has won the top prize at the 2019 Energy Awards at a gala event hosted by the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland...

Galway medtech startup raises €2.3 million

The Galway based medtech startup AtriAN Medical has announced that it has raised €2.3 million in seed investment and is ready to begin clinical...

Study finds octopus skin gets more warty the deeper they live

It's commonly accepted that you shouldn't judge someone based on their appearance, but you can tell a lot about an octopus by how warty...

Galway researchers create tracking tool to ease fears about shellfish

A consortium of researchers from GMIT and NUI Galway are making people more comfortable and safer with shellfish with the world's first tool to...

Irish language courses in higher education receive €1.6 million support

Nine Irish language courses and institutes of higher education including NUI Galway have been approved €1.63 million in additional funding. The funding was announced this...

NUI Galway launch new social network for overseas Irish language learners

A new website for people learning Gaeilge overseas will be launched at NUI Galway next week. Gaeltacht.net is designed to help people learning the Irish...

Centenary celebration of a revolutionary Galway chemist

Thomas P. Dillion was both a revolutionary chemist, and a revolutionary who was also into chemistry, who played an important role in both fields. A...

Health Innovation Hub supporting medical start ups in Galway

A new Health Innovation Hub which has officially opened in Galway is supporting start-ups and expanding businesses in the medical sector. Minister for Employment and...

NUI Galway named as University of Sanctuary

NUI Galway has achieved a benchmark in its approach to inclusivenessby being designated as a University of Sanctuary. The University of Sanctuary initiative aims to...

Ireland’s largest teaching event to take place in Galway

The largest annual educational event in Ireland is set to take place in Galway next weekend. The national FÉILTE event by the Teaching Council will...

NUIG secures €15 million for library redevelopment

NUI Galway has secured €15 million in funding for a large scale redevelopment of the James Hardiman Library on campus. The project is called the...

NUI Galway reveals which degrees increased in points this year

NUI Galway has seen a significant increase in points this year with the number of courses over 500 points almost doubling since 2018. CAO offers,...
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Coronavirus: Update on confirmed cases in Galway and the state

Eight more people have died after being diagnosed with COVID-19, the Department of Health has confirmed. There have been 295 new cases of the virus...

Councillor calls for extension of fuel allowance to help the elderly

A City Councillor is calling on the government to extend the fuel allowance for the duration of the Covid-19 pandemic to look after the...

People urged to follow rules on 2km exercise radius

The two kilometre radius used for exercising extends only from people's front door or gate, and no further, a Galway TD has said. People should...

Menlo Castle restored to former glory in stunning video

A video of Menlo Castle being restored to its former glory has appeared on the website of Australian insurance company, Budget Direct. Seven castles around...