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Over 280,000 people join Facebook groups backing local businesses this Christmas

Facebook has shared new data that shows how people in Ireland are rallying around their local businesses this Christmas after what has been a...

Facebook to provide free training for SMEs in Galway this week

Facebook Ireland will be providing free training for SMEs in Galway this week through its ‘Boost with Facebook’ series.On Tuesday, 3 November, the virtual...

Shock and disbelief as Galway comedian’s Facebook page deleted for “hate speech”

Sir Stevo Timothy had alomst 380,000 likes on Facebook after posting viral videos and content to his page for six years.Last night, he found...

Facebook Dating launches in Ireland

Facebook Dating is launching in Ireland today to help people find meaningful relationships through things they have in common such as interests, events and...

Facebook to host annual NGO summit this week

Facebook is hosting its annual NGO Summit this week to virtually support charities and non-profits across Ireland in the lead up to Christmas. With COVID...

New Facebook grant now open to small businesses in Galway

Businesses in County Galway have been urged to apply for Facebook's small business grant - a €4.7 million fund which will benefit over 1,000...

Facebook offers free training events for SMEs during crisis

As businesses across Ireland adjust to shop closures and social distancing, SMEs are shifting from an in-person to online model to keep their employees...

Galway House Hunting Facebook group denies censoring posts about rogue landlords

Well-known Facebook group Galway House Hunting for sound people has denied censoring landlords' bad behaviour after being accused of removing posts about landlords engaging...

Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg meets Galway TD in Dublin

Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg met Galway West TD Hildegarde Naughton yesterday in Dublin where they discussed protecting children online.Deputy Naughton warned about the risks to...

Are adults using facebook to fulfill attachment needs?

Adults who have difficulty forming close relationships may use facebook in unhealthy ways to fulfill their attachment needs. That's according to a new study by...

Conradh na Gaeilge cláraithe mar catharnacht ar Facebook.

Is é Conradh na Gaeilge fóram daonlathach na Gaeilge. Is eagraíocht neamhbhrabúsach atá inti agus cláraíodh an Conradh mar charthanacht ar Facebook an tseachtain...

Galway’s much loved Kennys crowned the Best Bookshop in Ireland

The renowned Kenny's Bookshop & Art Gallery in Galway has been honoured as the best bookshop in all of Ireland this year.Kenny's was chosen...

Three day road closure for Loughrea roadworks

A street in Loughrea town will be closed to traffic for three days this week due to roadworks taking place.Galway County Council is carrying...

From Galway to Nicaragua – world experiences at Over the Edge

Readers from Galway and much further afield with bring their experiences to the mic art the November Over the Edge open reading and mic...

Gort and Galway GAA clash over COVID fixture disruption

Disagreements erupted over the county senior hurling championship semi-final this weekend, with Gort GAA Club saying that they would not be able to go...

Galway’s first Tinder night for college students to take place next week

Galway's first ever 'Swipe Right' night for college students will be held at Bangin Noodles restaurant in De Burgo’s bar on Friday, 19 November.The...

Galway villages clean up at Tidy Towns awards

Monivea & Milltown villages were among the winners at the 2021 Supervalu Tidy Towns awards announced this morning, back after a year off from...

Beloved Clifden pub announces its closure

A much loved Clifden pub that has been in the family for three generations has announced that it is closing down, prompting an outpouring...

Popular Galway City live music venue closes temporarily due to COVID

An iconic spot in Galway City's nightlife for live music has been forced to close temporarily due to COVID-19 cases.Monroe's Tavern said in a...

Brain Tumour Ireland thanks Galway ‘Hats Off Hero’

Connemara man John Nevin is among the nominees for Brain Tumour Ireland’s ‘Hats Off Heroes’ initiative, which allows people with brain tumours to thank...

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