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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...

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...

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...

Today’s Galway weather forecast

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

Athenry man facing deportation gets last minute reprieve after public outcry

A popular Athenry man who was facing deportation tomorrow has had his removal postponed after his family brought his case to...

Elderly man punched in the face by home invader who threw blood around his house

An elderly man and his son were left "terrorised" by a burglary when two men broke into their home, assaulted them,...

Rabbitte calls on Minister to halt deportation of much loved Athenry man

Galway East TD Anne Rabbitte is calling for the Minister of Justice to urgently intervene and stop the deportation of a...

€5 million city centre office development refused approval once again

A proposed €5 million office development in Galway city centre has been rejected again after taking its case to An Bord...

Multiple towns without water supply today due to burst mains

Athenry, Clarinbridge and Kilcolgan towns are all without a water supply today due to a burst water main in Athenry.

More rain and snow expected as weather warning issued

Galway isn't likely to see a change conditions any time soon as a fresh weather warning has been issued for more...

Public consultation on Kilbannon road realignment scheme

A public consultation will take place early next month for the planned road realignment scheme for the R332 Ballinrobe Road at...

UHG is the 2nd most overcrowded hospital three days in a row

UHG is the second most overcrowded hospital in Ireland for the third time this week. There are 46...

Three men arrested in connection with shooting & stabbing assaults at Mervue church

Three men have been arrested this morning in connection with a number of assaults outside the Holy Family Church in Mervue...

Drug dealer loses codes for over €53 million in Bitcoin at Galway dump

A drug dealer who turned his earning into a mountain of Bitcoin worth €53.6 million is believed to have lost the...

Burst water pipes on the Dublin road disrupting city traffic

Traffic in Galway City is being disrupted this evening by a burst water main on the Dublin Road.

Multiple roads near Gort blocked by flooding

Days and days of heavy rain have taken its toll on Galway, with multiple roads in the county blocked by flooding.
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Tuam man pleads guilty to building homemade gun

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Irish Traveller elected to NUI Galway governing body for first time

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