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The European Union is looking for more than SEVENTY Irish translators

SEVENTY-TWO Irish language translator posts have been announced for the Institutions of the European Union in Brussels and Luxembourg.Minister of State for the Irish...

MEP calls for more transparency across European Union

Midlands North-West MEP Matt Carthy has called on MEPs and national parliamentarians from across the EU to work together to pressure the Commission and...

Make Europe Day a paid holiday, says European election candidate

A European election candidate has said that if elected, she will make it her priority to garner support for celebrating Europe Day as national...

European Commission to stand behind Irish farmers ahead of Brexit

The European Commission has launched a useful new online portal for farmers and agri-food operators who want to find out more about the European...

Fine Gael’s position on European defence: Practical or ‘extremist’?

Fine Gael's four MEPs published a policy document yesterday entitled Defending our common European home, which calls for Ireland to support the emerging European Defence Union.The...

Hard border and the North leaving Customs Union not compatible – MEP

Sinn Féin MEP Matt Carthy said yesterday that the North of Ireland must stay within the customs union if a hard border is to...

“Pets are not property” – Galway TD joins call for tougher penalties for stealing pets

Another Galway TD has joined a call for tougher criminal penalties for people who steal pets, with Denis Naughten saying that it's wrong to...

Galway Chamber says Budget 2021 must address regional underinvestment

Galway Chamber of Commerce is calling for major investment in infrastructure projects such as the Port of Galway to help tackle regional disparity in...

Galway Music Residency is back ‘From Europe with Love’ in return to live concerts

Galway is home to a community some of the most talented musicians in Ireland, who are treating audiences to concerts of music from around...

GMIT President welcomes Australian Embassy’s Head of Mission

The President of GMIT, Dr Orla Flynn, this week welcomed the Australian Head of Mission to Ireland, Mr Robert Owen-Jones, to GMIT while he...

Australian Head of Mission to Ireland praises Galway’s cultural strengths

The Head of Mission for Australia praised Galway as a "lesson to the world" in balancing protecting and promoting the arts alongside encouraging business...

Coronavirus: 6 COVID-19 deaths, no new Galway cases

Another six people with COVID-19 have died according to today's figures from the HPSC, and another five new cases have been confirmed.There have now...

€50 million support package for beef farmers welcomed

A €50 million support package for beef farmers impacted by the COVID-19 crisis announced this week has been welcomed as good news for a...

Galway Cycling Campaign welcomes EU funding announcement

Galway Cycling Campaign has welcomed an announcement that cycling will be funded as part of the new mobility funds that will be released by...

People with cancelled flights entitled to a refund, EU decides

People who bought airline tickets for flights that were cancelled are entitled to a full refund, the European Union has clarified. The EU decided yesterday...

Crunching the numbers, could Brexit really lead to a United Ireland?

There are few concepts in Ireland that evoke an emotional response from a population known for their propensity to be “easy going”, but one...

NUIG secures €4 million EU project to make chemicals with solar power

NUI Galway has secured a €4 million EU project in sustainable manufacturing to produce chemicals using solar power.

Galway academics awarded funding for project to turn teachers into researchers

A group of researchers from Galway have been awarded funding for a three year project to improve on teachers research skills and networking. Dr Cornelia...

NUIG sharing in €150 million investment in data analytics

NUI Galway will be one of the beneficiaries of €150 million to be invested in the the Insight Centre for Data Analytics in the...

Three Connemara debate teams make the national final of all-Irish schools competition

Three debate teams from Connemara schools are headed to the national finals of the Comórtas Díospóireachta Uí Chadhain competition. Comórtas Díospóireachta Uí Chadhain is organised...
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An Irish scientist working on a coronavirus vaccine has predicted life could go back to normal by late spring.Dublin scientist Professor Adrian Hill's hopeful...

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Man (40s) dies following Abbeyknockmoy traffic collision

A man in his 40s has lost his life following a fatal road traffic collision which occurred at Abbeyknockmoy this morning.Gardaí remain at the...

Coronavirus: Number of cases at UHG falls again

The number of people at University Hospital with COVID-19 has fallen to two in the latest update from the HSE.At Portiuncula Hospital, there are...