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Galway organisations receive funding under Intel’s 2020 Matching Grant Scheme

Four organisations in Galway received funding as part of Intel's 2020 Matching Grant Scheme, the company revealed this week. Claregalway Ladies GAA, Galway Bay Sailing...

NUIG embraces the future with artificial intelligence programmes

AI technology is advancing in leaps and bounds with computers capable of deeper insights than ever before, and NUIG is embracing that future with...

International conference on the future of artificial intelligence in Galway

Galway will play host to the 2019 AtlanTec conference on the future of artificial intelligence and machine learning this month. Now in its fifth year,...

Galway Gardaí take part in nationwide investigation of sex trade

Gardaí in Galway took part in two days of operations by Garda divisions across the country aimed at protecting those in the sex trade...

Bishop Michael Duignan pays tribute to late Martin Drennan

Bishop of Galway, Kilmacduagh & Kilfenora Michael Duignan has paid tribute to the late Martin Drennan, who passed away over the weekend. Bishop Duignam expressed...

Four Galway-based healthcare projects awarded over €19 million

Four groundbreaking Galway-based healthcare research projects have been awarded almost €20 million in funding announced this week. The government announced a total of €40 million...

What makes a great hurler? – The Science of Hurling

Maybe the fastest game played on the grass, it takes a lot to truly excel at hurling, but what is that makes up a...

Ballinasloe woman named Galway Carer of the Year

Family Carers Ireland has announced that the 2022 Galway Family Carer of the Year is Louise Mac an tSaoi from Ballinasloe. Louise cares for her son...

Free visual art exhibition to run for one week in Galway city

A free interactive visual art exhibition created by Martin Maguire in collaboration with That’s Life will run from 4 to 11 November at the...

How To Increase the Chances of Entering a Prestigious University

Are you dreaming of attending a prestigious university? While there is no foolproof formula for guaranteed acceptance, there are steps you can take to...

NONSENSE NIGHT at Galway Comedy Festival

Enjoy a nonsensical night of craic and laughter with NONSENSE NIGHT at this year's Galway Comedy Festival at Massimo. Join WOMP Events for a night...

Galway Science & Technology Festival programme announced

Galway Science & Technology Festival will run from the 13 - 25 of November, celebrating 25 years of inspiring young people and the public...

Galway hotels represented at luxury Dubai travel festival

The MHL Collection – representing the Glenlo Abbey and The Galmont Hotel & Spa – is joining Tourism Ireland in Dubai this week for TFest – a luxury travel...

Burglaries rise up to 20% in Winter – Gardaí say on Operation Thor launch

An Garda Síochána has launched the Winter phase of 'Operation Thor' targeting organised crime gangs and burglaries. The operation, which will run until March 2023,...

From Cybersecurity to Programming: the Top 6 IT Conferences of 2022

What will the IT landscape look like in 2022? That's a question that is on many marketers' minds, as we try to stay ahead...

Gold Star programme to improve services for disabled people in Galway

Mayor Clodagh Higgins and Galway East TD Anne Rabbitte will lead the launch of Galway’s Gold Star programme next Tuesday at 11am in the...

Using medtech to manage chronic conditions on island communities

A new research project from University of Galway is using state of the medical technology to improve disease management in island communities. Modern medicine has...

Blue Teapot shine a light on debut playwright with Into the Dark Woods

West Of Ireland theatre company Blue Teapot will debut their co production with Abbey Theatre Into the Dark Woods this Wednesday in Galway. Written by...

How to Properly Choose a stock Trading App While in Ireland

The term "stock" refers to all types of stock. A number of exchanges exist where stockbrokers can buy and sell shares on the stock...

How companies are fighting back against fraud

Ireland's Central Statistics Office reported in 2021 that fraud was up a staggering 71% on the year before, setting a new record in the...

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