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Upgraded Athenry water treatment plant will protect public health and environment

The upgraded Athenry wastewater treatment plant which opened this week will protect public health as well as the local environment Irish Water has said. Irish...

Concerns raised over deaths of six babies known to Tusla in 2018

Serious concerns have been raised following a report which investigated the deaths of  children last year, either in the care of Tusla or known...

Hospital support workers take to the picket lines in nationwide strike

Over 10,000 hospitals support workers in SIPTU have gone on strike today in a dispute with the government over a jobs evaluation scheme. In Galway...

NUIG scientists join revolutionary space mission studying gravitational waves

A group of scientists from NUIG have been chosen by the European Space Agency to be part of a space based study of gravitational...

NUIG construction ran €15 million over budget, delivered 45 months late

The construction of three research buildings at NUIG ran €15.7 million over budget and ended up being completed 45 months late. A review of construction...

Oranmore school pupils learn to ‘Keep Safe’ at health and safety roadshow

Over 100 children from three schools in Oranmore learned to Keep Safe this week in an event on health and safety at home, on...

Thousands expected to walk from Darkness Into Light to support Pieta House

Thousands of people are expected to come out to Salthill on Saturday morning and walk or run from Darkness Into Light in support of...

Explore the flora and fauna of Merlin Woods this Biodiversity week

Biodiversity Week is coming up and the Friends of Merlin Woods are inviting people to join them and explore the flora and fauna that...

Tea Parties for Tuam Cancer Care

Tuam Cancer Care are asking people in Galway to consider holding a fundraising tea party over the month of May to help support this...

Bubbles & Brunch at the Connacht Hotel supporting ACT for Meningitis

The Connacht Hotel will be kicking off race week this Summer with their 2nd annual gourmet Bubbles & Brunch event in aid of local...

Nature lovers asked to help with squirrel and marten survey

Lovers of the outdoors are being asked to help improve our understanding of Irish wildlife in a survey of squirrel and Pine Marten populations...

One type of seaweed could play a key role in coastal economies

Breeding one particular type of seaweed could be this secret sauce needed for Irish aquaculture. Researchers at NUI Galway studied 50 different strains of seaweed...

Calls for Home Loan Scheme to include money to do up vacant homes

There have been calls for changes to the rules of the local council Home Loan Scheme to provide money for refurbishing older homes. The Rebuilding...

Kinvara hotel gets the go ahead for major expansion

Kinvara's Merriman Hotel has been given approval for alterations that will add 19 additional rooms on the second floor. The Merriman is a traditional style...

57 patients without beds at UHG this morning

Fifty-seven people are stuck waiting on trolleys this morning at University Hospital Galway - the worst-hit hospital in the state today. According to figures released...

The tables are set for world class chefs at Food on the Edge 2018

The theme for this year's Food on the Edge symposium of Irish and international chefs was revealed as 'Conversations' at the event's launch on...

Traders and craftspeople wanted for this year’s Local Food and Craft fair

Galway Local Enterprise Office is looking for traders and craftspeople to bring their wares to the 7th annual Local Food and Craft Fair. At this...

Calls for changes to farm inspection penalties

The current penalties regime for farm inspections in Ireland have been called unfair to farmers, and calls are being made for the system to...

Human rights based approach involves looking at possibility of re-burial at Tuam

Minister Zappone has said that  a human rights based approach to the Mother and Baby Home site in Tuam would involve looking at the...

77% increase in family homelessness in the West is a “tragedy”

The latest homelessness figures for May show that that there has been a 77% increase in family homelessness in the West of Ireland, which Galway...

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