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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...

Errors in Leaving Cert calculated grades affecting thousands of students

Two errors have been found in the Leaving Certificate Calculated Grades process, An Taoiseach Micheál Martin has confirmed this afternoon.The Taoiseach told the Dáil...

Discover the Ocean your way with Galway Atlantaquaria

Galway Atlantaquaria, Ireland’s largest native species aquarium, is an incredible way to take in all the marine life of Ireland's rivers, lakes, and the...

Preparations step up for GMIT to become Technical University

The Presidents of the the three Institutes of Technology in the Connacht Ulster Alliance (CUA), including GMIT, have resumed face to face meetings to...

NUIG introducing enhanced COVID-19 restrictions on campus activity

NUI Galway has brought in new restrictions on what activities may occur on campus after the government requested additional restrictions due to COVID-19.On Friday,...

Reusable masks handed out as NUIG students return for new academic year

Every student at NUI Galway will receive three reusable face masks over the next few weeks as the new academic year gets underway in...
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Coronavirus: Less than five new cases in Galway

The Department of Health has today reported 456 new cases of Covid-19 and 13 further deaths related to the disease.NPHET said that high numbers...

WATCH: Wonderful song about Galway brings some much-needed positivity!

 This fantastic original track was written, performed and filmed during lockdown by an incredible group of young artists as part of 'Galway Sound Harvest'...

Galway pub snugs featured in charity calendar – ‘The Snug Project’

Two Galway pubs are featured in a charity calendar which celebrates the Irish pub snug, while also raising money for ALONE.'The Snug Project' is...

Weather warning for dense and freezing fog issued for Galway

Met Éireann has issued a status yellow weather warning for County Galway which will come into force tonight.The warning was issued ahead of dense...