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Galway-based project providing meals for older people awarded €50,000 in funding

Galway-based social enterprise project, Meals4Health, has been announced as one of the eight successful awardees of this year’s €1.6 million Social Enterprise Development Fund. Meals4Health...

Investment announced for 54 western coastal projects

Investment of €977,180 has been announced for 54 coastal based projects in the West of Ireland under the Fisheries Local Area Action Group (FLAG)...

Connemara marine innovation park central to Gaeltacht development plan

The state of the art Páirc na Mara marine innovation park is one of the central pillars of Údarás na Gaeltachta's Strategic Plan 2018...

GRETB hiring 26 new teachers in Galway for the upcoming year

The Galway-Roscommon Education and Training Board is advertising positions for 26 new teachers at nine schools in Galway. Teachers are needed across a wide range...

Over €400,000 in funding for coastal communities in Galway and along the west

Coastal communities in Galway and all along the Atlantic will benefit from over €400,000 in funding from Ireland's Fisheries Local Action Groups. The FLAGs grants...

Minister Seán Kyne announces funding for AEC Officers

Minister Seán Kyne has announced co-funding for Atlantic Economic Corridor Officers in local authorities. The Galway West TD confirmed funding of €300,000 for each of...

Galway City Council adopts motion to boycott Israel

Galway City Council has today adopted a motion to fully support the the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement in solidarity with the people...

Galway City Council to discuss boycotting Israel

Galway City Council will discuss a motion on whether the council will endorse the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement against Israel on Monday, 11...

GALWAY GAA (Preview) – GALWAY vs SLIGO (Sunday, 3.30pm Pearse Stadium) 

The odds are impressive, many pundits feel a procession to the 'Super Eights' has begun and things are good again in Galway football.  But the players...

€165,000 funding allocated to 27 coastal projects in Galway and Mayo

Twenty-seven projects in Galway, Mayo and the West are to benefit from funding of over €165,000. The funding has been allocated under the European Maritime...

First annual Technological Higher Education symposium opened at GMIT

The first annual Technological Higher Education Association (THEA) Colloquium in GMIT was opened today by Minister for Higher Education, Mary Mitchell O’Connor. The day brought...

Galway scoops TWO top prizes at National Scratch Coding competition

Galway took home two top prizes at the National Scratch Coding Competition which was held in the Kemmy Business School, at the University of...

Galway businesses scoop up prestigious Business All-Stars Awards

Galway businesses were among the winners at last week's All-Stars competition at the All-Ireland Business Summit in Croke Park. The 1,000-strong audience from across the...

NUI Galway researcher wins fellowship in Italy for migrant experience project

An NUI Galway researcher has received funding for a Collaborative Research Fellowship in Italy for the LINCS (Language Interaction and New Communities in a...

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...

Over 100 events taking place at Galway Food Festival this weekend

Over 100 food-based events will take place during the 7th annual Galway Food Festival for five mouth-watering days over the Easter Bank Holiday Weekend. Now...

75 ‘high quality jobs’ to be created in Galway

Seventy-five new jobs will be created in Galway, following the announcement that a market leader in development, manufacture and marketing will establish a Business...

More than 50 jobs to be created by Italian company

Italian company Antares Vision announced today it is to establish a Software Development Centre in Galway, creating 53 jobs. The jobs will be created over five years in...

This Saturday is much more important than Black Friday

After having Black Friday and Cyber Monday forced on us, some people have had enough with made-up days used as a marketing strategy by...

Tánaiste attends official ribbon cutting of MetLife facility

Today, MetLife officially celebrated the opening of a new Global Technology Campus in Galway, with the company planning to employ approximately 200 skilled IT...

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