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Medtronic continues expansion of Galway campus

Medtronic is continuing to expand its Galway offices as the medical devices company has received permission for another extension to its campus. Planning permission has...

GMIT Professor takes four trophies at world weightlifting championship

GMIT's Dr David Mac Hale pulled his weight at the Raw World Powerlifting Championships in the United States recently, taking home four trophies. After only taking...

Why Galway’s public transport should be free

Imagine a Galway where there are no traffic tangles around schools because all the kids are taking the bus to school, if they aren’t...

Medtronic gets the go ahead to expand Galway offices

Medtronic medical devices company has received permission to go ahead with an expansion to their campus in Galway city. The development will consist of adding...

Bluebird Care is hiring 22 nurses and carers in Galway

Bluebird Care is adding 22 positions in Galway for nurses, carers, care coordinators, and nurse managers as it takes on new contracts. Recently, Bluebird secured...

Galway branch of software giant sees massive jump in revenue

The Galway based subsidiary of software giant SAP saw its profits jump by more than three fifths last year. According to the company's latest filings,...

11 home development coming to Tuam estate

Galway county council has given permission for the construction of 11 new homes at Parkmore in Tuam. The development at Rivercrest estate, Parkmore will consist...

Spot flooding reported in Claregalway

There are reports of spot flooding at Claregalway on the Tuam Rd north of Galway City. The AA say that traffic is heavy both ways...

Very heavy traffic across Galway City this evening

There are very heavy delays across the city this evening; the AA say that wet road conditions could possibly be adding to the delays. There...

Bus Éireann adding late night services for Galway Arts Festival

Bus Éireann is adding late night runs on two of its lines next Friday and Saturday July 27-28 for Galway International Arts Festival. The added...

Galway work syndicate determined to keep €1m Euromillions win top secret!

An ecstatic group of Galway work colleagues embarked on an amazing top-secret mission to Dublin earlier today as they quietly collected a ‘truly life-changing' EuroMillions...

Corrib Oil fined for missing vehicle records

Corrib Oil was fined €2,500 at Galway District Court this week failing to produce records about the use of its trucks. The company, based out...

Homeless man sentenced for damaging taxi roof sign

Michael Burke - formerly of Parkmore in Tuam - was sentenced Monday in Galway District Court for damaging a taxi roof sign on Fairgreen...

Galway Mother takes part in the ‘Through Their Eyes’ Campaign

A Galway mother is one of 35 individuals taking part in the 'Through Their Eyes' Campaign which has been launched online by a Cork...

Project Ireland 2040 for Galway- visionary or a load of waffle?

"Galway has been Ireland’s most rapidly developing urban area for half a century and is a key driver for the west of Ireland," reads...

Jobs boost for Galway

Galway going with the grain. A new 45,000 square foot office development is set to open in summer 2018, creating "substantial" employment. Fine Grain Property is the...
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Coronavirus: 188 new COVID-19 cases, 13 of them in Galway

There have been no deaths related to COVID-19 reported by the Department of Health today, but there have been 188 new confirmed cases. There have...

Ros na Rún returns to our screens for its Silver Jubilee

TG4's Ros na Rún is returning to our screens this week, celebrating its Silver Jubilee with a major milestone of 25 seasons on the...

NUIG Students’ Union calls on local TDs to take meaningful action on student fees

NUI Galway Students’ Union has joined USI and NUS-USI in the launch of the Education for All campaign which is calling for immediate action...

Minister Harris launching NUIG developed Active Consent Toolkit for consent education

Minister for Higher Education Simon Harris is today launching the Active Consent Toolkit, developed at NUIG, which will be rolled out at colleges and...

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