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Galway TD urges Ministers to meet Parents’ Association of Rosedale Special School in city

Mairéad Farrell TD has called on the Minister for Education and Minister for Special Education to meet with the Parents’ Association of Rosedale Special...

NUI Galway announces election for Údarás na hOllscoile

NUI Galway has announced the election of a new Governing Authority will take place next week, with women making up more than half of...

Expansion plans for Craughwell National School move forward

Construction work on extending and completely refurbishing Craughwell National School is expected to start in the second half of next year.Plans are progressing for...

‘Disgraceful’ GMIT lecturers overheard insulting students after online presentation

GMIT has apologised for a "data breach" after two lecturers forgot to turn off their cameras and microphones at the end of an online...

Galway teaching graduate has double cause for celebration!

A Galway student had double cause for celebration at her Hilbernia College graduation ceremony, when in addition to her Master's qualification she received an...

Galway Advertiser owner among those to receive Honorary Degree from NUI Galway

NUI Galway has announced the fourteen people who will be conferred with Honorary Degrees in 2021, which include the founder of the Galway Advertiser,...

Galway schools awarded €1.4 million for upgrade works

Eighteen schools in schools in Galway have been awarded €1.4 million in funding for essential maintenance and upgrade works.The monies for schools in Galway...

Slow progress on new buildings for Renmore schools raised in Seanad

Senator Seán Kyne raised the slow progress on a new school building for Scoil Caitríona Junior & Senior Primary Schools, Renmore with Minister for...

Outbreak of COVID-19 at Galway school

The HSE has sent an urgent letter to parents and guardians at a Galway school after multiple students tested positive for COVID-19.The Daily Mirror...

NUIG Students’ Union’s annual SHAG Week to begin tomorrow

A series of online events will be hosted by NUIG Students' Union to mark their annual Sexual Health Awareness and Guidance (SHAG) Week which...

Galway schools to receive 2.8 million in ICT grants in early December

Primary and post-primary schools in Galway will receive over €2.8 million in ICT grants to be paid in early December, the Department of Education...

Loughrea primary school students win national science video competition

A group of primary school pupils in Loughrea won €1,000 for their school at the Galway Science and Technology Virtual Festival last weekend.The group...
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Nine Galway players nominated as PwC football and hurling All-Stars

Nine Galway players have made the cut as nominees for the 2020 PwC Hurling and Football All-Stars announced this week.Seven Galway GAA hurling players...

COVID-19: Slight decline in number of ICU patients in Galway

The number of people in hospital with COVID-19 in Galway has increased slightly according to the latest figures, but ICU figures show improvement.There were...

Easing of driving licence application and renewal for over 70s extended

The exemption for over 70s from presenting a medical report when applying for or renewing a driving licence has been extended due to the...

Man sentenced to six years for life-changing city centre assaults

A Loughrea man was sentenced to six years in prison, of which he will serve at least four and half years, for a pair...