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Barna jobs safe as machines could replace two in five workers

Barna jobs safe as machines could replace two in five workers

Jobs out in Barna the safest in the country from risk of automation according to a new study. Research at UCC has found that machines could replace up to 40 percent of the Iris ...
High Court dismisses personal injury claim from minor accident

High Court dismisses personal injury claim from minor accident

A personal injury claim that a minor accident caused life changing injuries has been dismissed by the High Court. Desmond McDonagh, from the Headford road, said that an acciden ...
New Presentation College Athenry opens on Monday

New Presentation College Athenry opens on Monday

After a long wait the new school for Presentation College Athenry is opening for classes on Monday. This €20 million state of the art Presentation College building will be able ...
Inishbofin farmer gets approval for microbrewery

Inishbofin farmer gets approval for microbrewery

A farmer on Inishbofin is starting a little sideline by opening a microbrewery on the family farm. Coleman King sought planning permission from the county council to convert pa ...
Galway Arts Centre welcomes the artist with 1001 names

Galway Arts Centre welcomes the artist with 1001 names

Galway Arts Centre is hosting an exciting new exhibition of strange wooden objects and weather sculptures from an artist with many names. Nik Taylor is a British born, Kerry ba ...
Galway TD warns of deep cuts to CAP

Galway TD warns of deep cuts to CAP

Galway West TD Eamon Ó Cuív has warned that cuts to the CAP could be far higher than what is being forecast after 2020. The next budget for the CAP which will run from 2021 - 2 ...
Tuam Cathedral renovations get the go ahead

Tuam Cathedral renovations get the go ahead

Permission has been granted for renovations to Tuam Cathedral to make it suitable for religious ceremonies. St. Jarlath's Diocesan Trust had submitted plans with the county cou ...
Galway Computer Science student wins prestigious global award

Galway Computer Science student wins prestigious global award

A student at NUI Galway was one of five winners at the prestigious Techfugees Global Challenge competition. Suad Al Darra, an MSc student in Computer Science in the College of ...
Anger expressed at Israeli Ambassador’s ‘secret visit’ to Galway

Anger expressed at Israeli Ambassador’s ‘secret visit’ to Galway

The Israeli Ambassador's 'secret' visit to Galway has been slammed by local councillors and political representatives. Local councillors and political representatives were appa ...
Galway rail service delayed by broken freight train

Galway rail service delayed by broken freight train

Rail service to Galway and Westport has been delayed today by a broken freight train on the tracks. According to Irish Rail a freight train experienced a mechanical failure on ...
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