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Design team to be appointed for new Athenry Gaelscoil campus

Work on delivering a new Gaelscoil campus for Athenry is progressing, with approval given for a design team to be appointed for the project.Galway...

Galway landlords urged to provide students with refunds

The Students’ Union at NUIG has called on landlords and student accommodation providers to give refunds to students who no longer need to be...

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...

Galway TD backs school secretaries fight for equal pay

Galway TD Sean Canney has said that he supports school secretaries in their fight for equal pay and working conditions with the Department of...

Galway group of Spanish teachers win prestigious award

A group of Galway-based Spanish teachers have been selected as one of the winners at the prestigious annual European Language Label (ELL) Awards. ELE in...

World’s Best Practices Galway Schools Can Adapt To Protect Students From Coronavirus

Governments worldwide have led the fight against COVID-19 by introducing stern measures to keep the virus at bay. In Ireland, schools reopened at the...

€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...

NUI Galway moves to online teaching for rest of semester

NUI Galway has decided to move all teaching online for the remainder of the semester with only essential activity taking place on campus.The decision...

GMIT virtual Careers Fair launches Monday

GMIT will be running its first ever online Careers Fair on Monday to provide a virtual setting where students can connect with prospective employers.The...

Two NUI Galway schools given Athena SWAN award for advancing gender equality

Two schools at NUI Galway have been awarded a departmental Bronze Athena SWAN Award, recognising their commitment to advancing gender equality.The University's School of...

Calculated grades fix “too late” for some who have started college

Correcting the grades of up to 10% of Leaving Cert students affected by the calculated grades debacle may be too late for some young...

6,500 students will have results increased due to calculated grades debacle

Roughly 6,500 students will have some of their Leaving Cert results increased as a result of two serious errors found in the calculated grades...
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Galway has Ireland’s 2nd highest level of COVID cases for second day

Galway has had the second highest number of daily cases in Ireland for the second day in a row, with 81 new cases of...

Cottage in the country is ripe for renovation

For the full Irish country experience there’s nothing quite like a traditional thatched cottage home for a bit of old world charm.O’Donnellan & Joyce...

One electoral area in Galway has third highest Covid rate in Republic

One in every 102 people in the Galway City Central LEA has tested positive for Covid-19 over the past two weeks, according to updated...

Judge unhappy with “pointless” community service for recidivist burglar

A Galway judge unhappily confirmed an order for a man with a criminal history as long as his arm to perform community service for...