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Walk in Autism’s Shoes to support Ability West

Take an opportunity to help people with autism live to the fullest by supporting Ability West at the annual 5 mile Menlo Walk. Walking in...

Ability West seeks approval for new residential centre

Ability West, a charity dedicated to helping people with intellectual disabilities, is seeking approval for a new community home in Portumna. The voluntary organisation, which...

Galway’s Westend shining a light on partnership with Blue Teapot Theatre Company

Galway's Westend will inaugurate a new partnership with local drama group the Blue Teapot Theatre Company when it lights up this Christmas. From Bridge Mills...

Café at Westside Shopping Centre approved over multiple objections

A new café on he grounds of Westside Shopping Centre has been granted approval by An Bord Pleanála despite appeals by multiple businesses in...

Cuts to pupil teacher ratio threaten viability of rural primary schools says Ó Cuív

The pupil teacher ratios in small, rural primary schools need to be improved or else it will be difficult for communities to retain their...

Regional Enterprise Plan aims for 15% employment boost in the West

The new Regional Enterprise Plan for the West of Ireland has set itself an ambitious goal of increasing employment by 10-15 percent. The plan aims...

COPE Galway becomes first charity in the west to earn national volunteer award

COPE Galway has become the first group in the West of Ireland to receive an Investing in Volunteers award for the strength of the work they...

Disability support group approved for new residential centre

Ability West has been granted planning approval for a new residential centre to improve its services in Portumna. The non-profit providing support for people with...

Western Rail Corridor review is “a complete waste of taxpayers’ money” says Minister

Galway East TD Ciaran Cannon has today called on Irish Rail and the Department of Transport to immediately commence the review of the viability...

Update from Irish Rail clarifies confusion around Western Rail Corridor

An update received by Minister Ciaran Cannon this morning from Irish Rail clarifies some confusion about the viability of the Western Rail Corridor. Minister Cannon said...

Cancer Care West getting new bus to transport patients for treatment

Cancer Care West is getting a new bus to transport cancer patients to and from their designated treatments. The provision of the 25 seat bus...

Justice Minister opens new western region garda headquarters in Renmore

The new Western Region Garda headquarters in Renmore has been officially opened this week by Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan. Minister Flanagan was joined for the...

Over €400,000 in funding for coastal communities in Galway and along the west

Coastal communities in Galway and all along the Atlantic will benefit from over €400,000 in funding from Ireland's Fisheries Local Action Groups. The FLAGs grants...

City council slams plans for student apartments at Westwood hotel

City Councillors expressed their dissatisfaction with plans for a 364 bed student accommodation project at the Westwood Hotel as being too large and with...

Three Galway students awarded Sustainability Leadership Awards

Three NUI Galway students have been awarded Student Sustainability Leadership Awards as part of the University’s drive to advance student participation in sustainability efforts...

Galway salmon producer tops international sustainability chart

Organic salmon producer and Galway firm, Marine Harvest, has topped the new Coller FAIRR (Farm Animal Investment Risk & Return) Protein Producer Index. This index...

Galway West TD says HSE cannot be trusted

Catherine Connolly TD told the Dáil yesterday that it is unacceptable that the HSE has shown no desire to learn from its mistakes, given...

GMIT wraps up project that made 10,000 face shields for healthcare workers

While colleges may be closed, their highly skilled staff have kept at work in the Covid-19 crisis, with GMIT producing over 10,000 face shields...

Galway distillery launches hand sanitiser package for businesses

Micil Distillery in Salthill is preparing to launch a new hand sanitiser package aimed at helping small businesses and organisations adapt to new hygiene...

Mountbellew filling station fight heads back to An Bord Pleanála

Opposition has remained strong to a proposed filling station on the road into Mountbellew, with local residents launching an appeal against approval of the...
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