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“End is near” for Simon Harris says Fitzmaurice amid record overcrowding

Independent Galway TD Michael Fitzmaurice has said that the "end is near" for Health Minister Simon Harris amid critical hospital overcrowding. The warning that Simon...

Simon Harris out of the loop on delays to new A&E at UHG

The Saolta group which manages multiple hospitals in the west has delayed plans for a new Emergency Department at UHG without informing the Health...

Simon Harris asks people to reserve the A&E for emergencies amid trolley crisis

Health Minister Simon Harris has admitted that long waits at the A&E are "inevitable" this winter period as our hospitals are more overcrowded than...

Minister Harris launching NUIG developed Active Consent Toolkit for consent education

Minister for Higher Education Simon Harris is today launching the Active Consent Toolkit, developed at NUIG, which will be rolled out at colleges and...

Warm & hearty Greek-inspired recipe perfect for cold Winter nights

Inspired by Greek dishes like moussaka and pastitsio as well as recipes from other Mediterranean countries, this warm bowl of hearty and healthy food...

40 NUI Galway researchers awarded Irish Research Council funding

Forty researchers at NUI Galway will receive funding under the Irish Research Council’s prestigious Government of Ireland funding programme. Among the researchers at NUIG to receive...

Third-level students take over Twitter calling for Education For All

Minister Simon Harris' Twitter mentions were bombarded last night when students from Galway and across the country took to the social media platform to...

GMIT highlighting the research of STEM undergrads at virtual SURE conference

GMIT will play host to the third annual SURE Conference this week, in a virtual event highlighting the research being done by STEM undergraduates...

€5.7 million allocated to help GMIT become Technological University

€5.7 million in funding has been allocated to GMIT, Sligo IT, and Letterkenny IT to help towards their goal of achieving a joint Technological...

NUIG Students’ Union calls on local TDs to take meaningful action on student fees

NUI Galway Students’ Union has joined USI and NUS-USI in the launch of the Education for All campaign which is calling for immediate action...

NUI Galway and GMIT to receive an additional 275 places for students this year

There have been an additional 275 places for students created in courses at GMIT and NUI Galway this year due to the impact of...

NUIG and GMIT awarded almost €3 million for capital works and equipment

NUI Galway and GMIT have been allocated almost €3 million between them for capital works and the purchase of equipment.The funding for Galway's two...

NUIG and GMIT receive almost €500k for mental health supports

NUI Galway and GMIT have been awarded just under half a million euro to enhance mental health and wellbeing supports for students this year.Minister...

Over €1m announced for Galway colleges in new laptop fund

€1 million in funding has been announced for third-level students in Galway as part of a new €15m fund which aims to provide disadvantaged...

New STEM building for GMIT going to tender in early 2021

A state of the art new STEM building for GMIT has achieved another important stepping stone towards completion, with the project going to tender...

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...

Private hospitals “must resume” some normal service

Private hospitals must begin to resume normal service "as soon as possible" Galway TD Michael Fitzmaurice says, as the number of Covid-19 patients drops. The...

Connolly spars with Health Minister over low occupancy at private hospitals

Galway West TD Catherine Connolly clashed with the Minister for Health in the Dáil this week over the use, or underuse, of private hospitals...

HSE flouted “basic data protection rights” by sharing Covid-19 results with employers

The HSE has ignored people's "basic data protection rights" by sharing Covid-19 test results with employers before informing the individuals Galway TD Denis Naughten...

Sale of menthol cigarettes banned from tomorrow

Shops will no longer be able to sell menthol flavoured cigarettes and other tobacco products from tomorrow, as a new ban on mentholated tobacco...
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Coronavirus: Less than five new cases in Galway

The Department of Health has today reported 456 new cases of Covid-19 and 13 further deaths related to the disease.NPHET said that high numbers...

WATCH: Wonderful song about Galway brings some much-needed positivity!

 This fantastic original track was written, performed and filmed during lockdown by an incredible group of young artists as part of 'Galway Sound Harvest'...

Galway pub snugs featured in charity calendar – ‘The Snug Project’

Two Galway pubs are featured in a charity calendar which celebrates the Irish pub snug, while also raising money for ALONE.'The Snug Project' is...

Weather warning for dense and freezing fog issued for Galway

Met Éireann has issued a status yellow weather warning for County Galway which will come into force tonight.The warning was issued ahead of dense...