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Ability West awarded €200k to strengthen disability services

Galway's Ability West has been awarded over €200,000 in two one-off grants to help improve the disability services it offers across the city and...

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...

Swim Galway Bay your way for Cancer Care West

Swim Galway Bay your way once again this year for the 16th annual Francis Thornton Memorial Galway Bay Swim in aid of Cancer Care...

Concerns raised about increase in homelessnesss in West

Concerns have been raised by a local charity about further increases in the number of people living in Emergency Accommodation in the West of...

NUIG and GMIT receive over €1 million for mental health and disability supports

NUIG and GMIT will receive more than €1 million for infrastructure and services supporting students with disabilities and mental-health difficulties.The funding from the Department...

Sperm whales thriving off the west of Ireland GMIT study finds

Sperm whales, one of the largest species of marine mammals in the world, live in abundance in the deep waters off the west coast...

Knock Airport vital to West’s economic recovery from Covid

Knock Airport will be vital to the West of Ireland's economic recovery when Covid-19 restrictions are lifted. That's according to Mayo TD Rose Conway-Walsh, who...

Over €100,000 awarded to seafood sector and coastal projects in the west

More than €100,000 in grant aid has been allocated to projects supporting the seafood sector and coastal communities in the west of Ireland.The funding...

Galway charities awarded €750k under COVID-19 Stability Fund

Charities and community groups in Galway have been awarded almost €750,000 in the latest tranche of funding under the COVID-19 Stability Fund.This week, Minister...

West of Ireland start-up Blocworx helping food businesses with COVID compliance

The west of Ireland software startup Blocworx have launched an innovative food safety management solution to help businesses in the food industry handle the...

Day services for people with a disability resuming in Galway

Day services for adults with a disability are resuming across multiple organisations in Galway this month, after significant disruptions due to COVID-19.Galway Senator Seán...

Minimal representation for Western counties in new Cabinet

The make-up of the new Cabinet was revealed yesterday evening with the three government parties carving up fifteen ministerial seats between them.The new Cabinet...

Discover the beauty of the West Coast with Croí’s ‘Couch to Wild Atlantic Way’

Croí, the Heart and Stroke Charity, has launched a new virtual challenge on the Wild Atlantic Way, encouraging people to get active and help...

4% decrease in number of people in Emergency Accommodation in the West

There has been a 4% decrease in the number of people in Emergency Accommodation in the West in April 2020, compared the same time...

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...

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