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Marine Institute gives multi million backing to marine technology innovators

Galway's Marine Institute is backing twelve small enterprises driving new innovations in marine technology with €2.4 million in funding. Twelve grants of up to €200,000...

Animal welfare groups get Christmas gift of over €80,000

Seven animal welfare groups in Galway got a welcome Christmas present of €82,000 funding from the government. The animal welfare funding was announced by Minister for...

Galway environmental group says Salmon farming chemicals are hurting shrimp

Two recent studies have suggested that chemicals used to fight pests and diseases in Salmon in offshore farms could be harming shrimp, lobsters, and...

Significant upgrades announced for weather predicting marine buoy network

A significant expansion is in the works for the weather monitoring Marine Data Buoy Network in a year of storms. Galway's Marine Institute manages the...

FoodCloud launches Galway hub to take surplus food from retailers for charities

FoodCloud, the innovative Irish social enterprise distributing surplus food from retailers to charities, opened its third hub in Oranmore this week. Ireland generates over one...

Galway fisherman loses High Court battle over prawn fishing quotas

A fisherman working out of Ros a Mhíl in Galway has lost a High Court battle over the closure of large parts of the...

SeaFest sets sail out of Galway

SeaFest has raised its sail and set a course South as the Marine festival is leaving Galway from next year. For the next three years...

Budget 2019: Marine Institute secures funding for new 50 metre research ship

Galway's Marine Institute has funding nailed down in this week's budget for a new 50m marine research vessel. The state of the art research ship...

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...

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...

Taoiseach says no EU funding for Galway transport projects

An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has warned that there's no "pot of money" from the EU for transport projects in Galway laid out in the...

Connemara seafood plant could fold because of fishing quotas

Management of Iasc Mara Teoranta seafood plant in Ros a Mhíl say that unless they can find a new owner, the plant will close. Iasc...

Former president Mary Robinson to headline Our Ocean Wealth Summit 2018

The annual Our Ocean Wealth Summit is in Galway next week exploring how to develop the marine economy, and former Uachtarán na hÉireann Mary...

HSE failings outlined in Galway meeting

Nationwide rumblings of discontent around major faults in Ireland's Health Service Executive have resulted in a meeting held by Galway People Before Profit last...

Bord Bia identifies key target markets for Irish Food and drink companies

Brexit watch - with less than 10 months until the UK formally leaves the European Union, Bord Bia has launched a new report that...

€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...

We must learn from fodder crisis – Galway TD

Galway East TD Sean Canney has said that he has faith that lessons will be learnt from the fodder crisis and that the Minster...

Calls for Agriculture Minister to apologise for fodder crisis

Midlands North West MEP Matt Carthy has accused the Minister for Agriculture Minister of aggravating the fodder shortage crisis by failing to put in...

Galway Together for Yes campaign off to a flying start

"It was just torture," said Arnette Lyons, describing her experience traveling to the UK for a termination to a large crowd at the launch...

Tuesday – Galway launch of Together for Yes

Galway Together for Yes campaign launch Tuesday, April 3 @ 7:30 - 10:30pm The Harbour Hotel, New Dock Road Come out for the official launch of the...
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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...

Water restrictions lifted on two of the Aran Islands

Water restrictions which have been in place on the Aran Islands since late April have been lifted on Inis Mór and Inis Meain after...

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