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Éamon Ó Cuív calls for Micheál Martin to be replaced as Fianna Fáil leader

Galway West Fianna Fáil TD Éamon Ó Cuív has hit out at the leadership of his party, calling for a new party leader and...

Micheál Martin says Galway Capital of Culture can have a lasting impact

The Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin has heaped praise on Galway during a speech at the Galway Chamber of Commerce today, but said that...

GAA: Micheal Lundy’s Equaliser Allows Corofin Survive

County Senior Football Final – Sunday, 28th October 2018  Corofin 0-7 Mountbellew/Moylough 0-7  (Report: gaa.ie)  All Ireland champions Corofin survived a real scare as Micheal Lundy fisted an equaliser deep into stoppage time in Salthill. Underdogs Mountbellew-Moylough, who were...

Galway’s oldest newspaper appoints first woman editor

County Galway’s oldest regional newspaper, The Tuam Herald, has appointed its first woman Editor, long-time journalist Siobhán Holliman. Siobhán Holliman is an experienced journalist who...

County Councillor Noel Thomas leaving Fianna Fáil

Galway County Councillor Noel Thomas has announced that he is leaving Fianna Fáil after becoming disillusioned with the party. Cllr Thomas, who is based in...

Galway native Prof Michael O’Flaherty elected Council of Europe’s Commissioner for Human Rights

Galway native Professor Michael O'Flaherty has been elected as the new Commissioner for Human Rights at the Council of Europe. O'Flaherty who is from Salthill...

Tributes paid on passing of former TD Tom Hussey

Tánaister Micheál Martin has led tributes to the late Tom Hussey, former Senator, TD, and Minister from Galway. Tom Hussey, from Patch, Glenamaddy, passed away...

US company Sterling Engineering creating 50 new jobs in Galway

The US based company Sterling Engineering has announced that it will create 50 jobs in Galway as its sets up its EMEA HQ in...

Tánaiste to officially open new Tuam Community Nursing Unit next month

Tánaiste Micheál Martin will visit Tuam for the official opening of the Joe & Helen O’Toole Community Nursing Unit and The Grove next month. The...

Governor of Central Bank of Ireland speaks at University of Galway

The Governor of the Central Bank of Ireland Gabriel Makhlouf has spoken at University of Galway today about inflation and the labour market as...

Government security forum to be held in Galway City

University of Galway will host the Government’s Consultative Forum on International Security Policy on Friday, June 23. The Forum aims to build public understanding and...

Government urged to introduce spring bonus for social welfare

Claire Kerrane TD has urged the government to introduce a spring bonus for those relying on working age social welfare payments. The government is expected...

Hildegarde Naughton appointed new Government Chief Whip

Galway TD Hildegarde Naughton has been appointed the new Government Chief Whip in a cabinet reshuffle. The reshuffle came as Leo Varadkar took the office...

Tributes paid to Irish soldier killed in Lebanon

Tributes have been paid this morning to Private Seán Rooney who was killed in a gun attack while on UN peacekeeping duty in Lebanon. Two...

Taoiseach launches €21.3 million medical training programme at University of Galway

Taoiseach Micheál Martin has launched the second phase of a €21 million cross-border medical clinical and research training programme in Galway. The Taoiseach unveiled the...

Taoiseach places first stone in massive expansion of Galway Technology Centre

Taoiseach Micheál Martin has placed the first stone in a massive expansion of Galway Technology Centre in Mervue. The expansion of the GTC is expected...

Taoiseach opens new Genesys R&D centre at Bonham Quay

An Taoiseach Micheál Martin has officially opened a new R&D centre in Galway for Genesys at Bonham Quay. The sustainable, mixed-use facility is the new...

€300k awarded to City Council for two culture projects

Galway City Council has been awarded €300,000 for two cross-border collaborations that will directly support the arts and artists across the country. Atlantic Region of...

Anti-war group takes to city streets backing Sabina’s call for peace

A local peace group is taking to Shop Street in Galway city today to support Sabina Higgins’ call for peace negotiations to resolve the...

Taoiseach praises Galway welcome after letter from Ukrainian students read in Dáil

Taoiseach Micheál Martin praised the welcome given by the people of Galway to Ukrainian refugees, after a letter from kids at Galway Community College...

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