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Roadworks to disrupt traffic at New Inn tomorrow

Roadworks being carried out on the R348 outside New Inn will disrupt traffic in the area for one day while underway on Friday. Galway County...

Gardaí seize €12,000 in drugs and large amount of cash at New Inn

Galway Gardaí recently seized €12,000 worth of drugs and a large quantity of cash uncovered during a road checkpoint in New Inn, Loughrea. Last weekend...

Galway City Innovation District welcomes new CEO

Galway City Innovation District has welcomed the appointment of Mary Rodgers as its new CEO after more than four years with the company. Galway City...

Does the new year herald new beginnings in Ros na Rún?

A new year has come to Ros na Rún, but is it bringing a fresh start or will old issues continue to tear at...

Sinn Féin candidate wants to be President for a New Ireland

Liadh Ní Riada's name will be added to the ballot paper in the Presidential election this November after being selected by Sinn Féin as...

Health Innovation Hub to add new and improved healthcare services in Galway

A new Health Innovation Hub will bring together partners from health services, academia, and the business sector to improve healthcare in Galway. The idea behind...

Two Galway Sinn Féin TDs selected for front bench

Galway's two Sinn Féin TDs have been appointed to positions on the party's front bench. Galway West TD Mairéad Farrell has been selected as Sinn...

Galway’s Lotto Winning Streak Goes On

There are early signs that 2020 could be a year when Galway’s Lotto players meet, or even exceed, the successes of 2018 when over...

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...

Man buried in Newgrange was an inbred Royal, research shows

Research into a man buried in the Newgrange passage tomb indicates that he was born to first-degree incest, suggesting he was a member of...

New government can delay change but cannot stop it, says Galway TD

Responding to the announcement that a Programme for Government has been agreed, Galway West TD Mairéad Farrell has said the new government can delay...

New anonymous life-saving text service launched

A free, 24-7 anonymous text service has been launched to provide support for people going through a mental health or emotional crisis. The text service,...

South African animation studio to create 60 new jobs in Galway

Triggerfish, the animation studio behind Netflix’s first original animated TV series from Africa, has announced it will establish its first international studio in Galway. The...

Recent winners suggest Galway Plate a race to follow

Of all the Galway Races during the week-long Festival at Ballybrit every summer, the Galway Plate is the most celebrated. A Grade A steeplechase contested...

Six new players sign with Connacht for the coming season

Connacht Rugby have confirmed that six new players have signed professional contracts to play for the province in the coming season. Niall Murray, Colm Reilly,...

An Bord Pleanála upholds approval for Jurys Inn hotel expansion

An Bord Pleanála has upheld a decision to grant planning permission for a major expansion of Jurys Inn hotel in Galway City. The hotel on...

Galway Cardiology trials new sensor to help patients with heart failure avoid hospital

The cardiology team at Galway University Hospitals has carried out a first-in-man clinical trial for a sensor that will hopefully allow patients with heart...

Galway scientists develop new drone to fight COVID-19

A new drone has been developed by scientists at NUIG which can sanitise surfaces in public places to help fight the spread of the...

NUIG student is youngest ever winner of Mary Mulvihill media award

NUIG student James Hayes has been named the 2020 winner of the €2,000 Mary Mulvihill Award, a science media competition for third level students. Seventeen...

New GMIT Masters brings together Engineering and Design

A collaboration between the schools of Engineering, Business, and Design & Creative Arts at GMIT has produced a groundbreaking new postgraduate course launching this...
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