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Local snail farmer wins coveted Teagasc award

A local Galway farmer who took the bold decision to add snail farmer to his resume has taken home a prestigious prize from Teagasc...

Teagasc plan expansion of Ballinasloe offices

Teagasc have submitted plans to Galway County Council for an expansion of their facility in Deerpark, Ballinasloe. Planning permission is being sought for a single...

Galway scientist awarded Teagasc Gold Medal for cattle breeding work

Galway based Tegasc researcher Prof Michael Diskin has won the Teagasc Gold Medal for his work on cattle breeding. Prof Diskin has been in charge...

Níos mó ama tugtha do teagascóirí an nGaelacadamh dul i dteagmháil leis an Roinn

Tá sé fógartha inniu go bhfuil síneadh ama á thabhairt do teagascóirí ón nGaelacadamh dul i dteaghmháil leis an Roinn. Tá síneadh ama á thabhairt...

Athenry Agricultural Show returns after long absence

Athenry Agricultural Show, one of the longest running in Ireland, is returning this weekend after two years of cancellations. The show will take place tomorrow,...

Mountbellew Agrictural College wins national Technology Award

Students from Mountbellew Agricultural College have become the first to take home a prestigious national Technology Award. The Mountbellew team were crowned the winners in...

Researchers to investigate risk of infection from private wells

Researchers at NUI Galway are to carry out a large-scale project that aims to protect private well owners from infection from dangerous bacteria. A team...

Multi-million euro project to protect and restore coastal Machair lands

Farmers in Galway and across the northwest of Ireland will take part in a €7.4 million project to protect and restore machair habitats. Machair is a...

NUIG partnering in two carbon capture peatlands projects

NUI Galway is partnering in two newly announced projects aimed at studying carbon capture in soil to combat climate change. Minister for Agriculture, Food and...

Tasty opportunity for Galway food and drinks start-ups

Food Works has announced it is looking for high potential, innovative and export-driven food and drink start-ups from Galway to join their next accelerator...

Minister Humphreys concludes Our Rural Future tour in Galway

Minister Heather Humphreys visited Co. Galway over the weekend to conclude her nationwide tour to promote the Government's new rural development strategy. The Minister was...

GMIT awards 90 scholarships recognising students’ achievements

Ninety GMIT students have been awarded scholarships in recognition of their academic, personal, sporting, and cultural achievements. The scholarships were awarded at a virtual ceremony...

Galway’s Bia Innovator Campus announces opening date & calls for expressions of interest

Bia Innovator Campus (CLG) has announced that it is on course to open in summer 2021, and is seeking expressions of interest from the...

Multi-million Athenry BIA Innovator campus ready to begin construction

Construction work is ready to move ahead on the multi-million euro Athenry BIA Innovator campus with the signing of a lease for the land. The...

Search for local champions to bring an international conference home to Galway

The Galway Convention Bureau, which promotes Galway as a destination for international meetings, incentives, conferences and events, is looking for champions for Galway to...

NUIG leading €5 million fight against parasitic diseases

Professor John Pius Dalton, a renowned scientist in Infectious Disease, has joined NUI Galway to lead a €5 million project fighting parasitic diseases in...

NUIG researchers join €5.9 million rural regeneration project

Researchers at NUI Galway are taking part in a €5.9 million EU project to support rural regeneration and find answers to the specific challenges...

Oranmore school pupils learn to ‘Keep Safe’ at health and safety roadshow

Over 100 children from three schools in Oranmore learned to Keep Safe this week in an event on health and safety at home, on...

Galway schools seek musicians and music tutors for Music Generation Galway

The Galway Roscommon Education and Training Board is seeking suitably qualified musicians and music tutors to help deliver a quality music education programme across...

Sheep has her second set of sextuplets in Athenry

One exhausted mother sheep has given birth to sextuplets in Athenry for the second time. The sheep at the Teagasc centre in Athenry gave birth...

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