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GMIT wraps up project that made 10,000 face shields for healthcare workers

While colleges may be closed, their highly skilled staff have kept at work in the Covid-19 crisis, with GMIT producing over 10,000 face shields...

Galway distillery launches hand sanitiser package for businesses

Micil Distillery in Salthill is preparing to launch a new hand sanitiser package aimed at helping small businesses and organisations adapt to new hygiene...

Mountbellew filling station fight heads back to An Bord Pleanála

Opposition has remained strong to a proposed filling station on the road into Mountbellew, with local residents launching an appeal against approval of the...

Hit the trail in the annual Menlo Walk to support autism services

Now in its 13th year of pounding the trails, the annual 5km Menlo Walk in aid of Ability West will take place next month...

Negotiations on site for St. Teresa’s Special School collapse but fresh landowner talks underway

Negotiations on the purchase of a new site for St. Teresa's Special School in Ballinasloe have fallen through, but the Department of Education have...

Social Inclusion grants awarded to 26 community groups

A wide array of community groups working in Galway City have been awarded a total of €12,000 in Social Inclusion grants. Mayor of Galway Mike...

€4.3 million secured for new special needs school in Tuam

St. Oliver's special school in Tuam has secured €4.3 million for a new special needs school building which is set to begin construction this...

Site chosen for new building of Ballinasloe special needs school facing closure

A preferred site has been chosen for a new building for St. Teresa’s special needs school in Ballinasloe which is facing closure over spiraling...

Over €600,000 funding for Galway community services

Community organisations of every shape and size across Galway city and county will benefit from more than €600,000 in funding announced this week. Galway West...

Local community groups to benefit from new funding

A wide range of local groups and organisations in Galway City will benefit from grants totaling €139,701. Galway City Local Community Development Committee (LCDC) approved...

NUI Galway Student wins Mayor’s Award for Young Volunteer of the Year

NUI Galway Student has just won the Mayor's Award for Young Volunteer of the Year. NUI Galway Student, Jason Sherlcok, was recently announced as the...

New respite funding will help people with disabilities and their families

Galway West TD Sean Kyne says new investment in Respite will help services provided by the Brothers of Charity Services and Ability West in...

Galway City Mayor’s Awards 2020 winners announced

The Galway City Mayor's Awards 2020 winners were announced this week, with contributions to the arts, environment, and saving lives honoured. The annual Mayor's Awards...

3 in 10 women at college experience sexual violence, national survey finds

A high percentage of college students in the Republic of Ireland have experienced sexual violence, according to the findings of a major national survey...

South African animation studio to create 60 new jobs in Galway

Triggerfish, the animation studio behind Netflix’s first original animated TV series from Africa, has announced it will establish its first international studio in Galway. The...

61 jobs saved in Galway as company exits examinership

Sixty-one jobs have been saved in Galway as Supreme Deliveries Ltd became one of the first companies to successfully exit examinership during the COVID-19...

Gourmet Food Parlour is keeping the restaurant spark alive

The creak of chairs, clink of glasses, and the screeching where overly enthusiastic cutlery meets protesting plates might be absent from the main floor...

Stevo’s fundraiser passes €50,000 ahead of heroic challenge!

Stevo Timothy has said he is "lost for words" as his fundraiser for the Irish Wheelchair Association surpassed €50,000 before his 5k cycle later...

The science behind our Seafood

The work that goes into managing and conserving Ireland's sources of seafood, and ensuring that its safe for human consumption, is taking centre stage...

PBP Galway calls for asylum seekers to be moved out of Direct Provision centres

People Before Profit in Galway has called on the government to move asylum seekers out of Direct Provision centres and give them refugee status...
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Three Galway artists get a boost from Remote Control development programme

Three Galway based artists have been chosen for the Remote Control programme to help them develop innovative art projects and find new ways to...

Micil Distillery to reopen its doors tomorrow for tours and tastings

Galway's only operating distillery will join hairdressers and pubs in reopening its doors during Phase 3, as the country slowly regains some degree of...

Boots unveils brand-new store at Knocknacarra retail park

The new Boots store is now open at the Gateway Retail Park in Knocknacarra. As part of Boots’ continued investment into the growth and expansion...

42 charities across Galway receive donations from AIB

A total of 42 charities in Galway have received donations from AIB, as part of the bank's community investment programme. Galway Rape Crisis Centre and...

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