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NUI Galway Law Society celebrates centenary anniversary

The Law Society at NUI Galway, one of the oldest in the country, and with a rich list of prestigious past members, is celebrating...

The Rise of Online Betting

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit the globe in early 2020, online betting was going up, thanks to the advent of the smartphone and rapid...

NUI Galway elects new Governing Authority

NUI Galway has announced the results of elections for staff and graduates to its new Governing Authority, which sees women take up six of...

NUI Galway announces election for Údarás na hOllscoile

NUI Galway has announced the election of a new Governing Authority will take place next week, with women making up more than half of...

Reinstatement of disabled drivers scheme welcomed

News that the HSE is resuming issuing primary medical certificates for the disabled drivers and passengers scheme after it was suspended earlier this year...

Garda investigation underway into Golf Society event in Clifden

Gardaí are investigating the Oireachtas Golf Society event which took place in Clifden this week for alleged breaches of COVID-19 regulations. It emerged on Thursday...

Galway employers urged to help people with disabilities access the jobs market

Employers in Galway are being urged to think about how they can make access to jobs and workplace conditions fairer for people with disabilities. The...

NUIG wins Law School of the Year award

NUI Galway was named Law School of the Year at the prestigious Irish Law Awards last week. With a strong reputation for legal research and...

Apple Athenry data centre saga comes to end

The long running story of Apple's once planned €850 million data centre in Athenry has come to a conclusion as the Supreme Court has...

NUI Galway plans week of events for International Women’s Day

NUI Galway is hosting a series of public events throughout this week to celebrate International Women's Day. International Women's Day takes place on Thursday, March...

Making a Murderer lawyers coming to Galway on Irish tour

In what's sure to be one of the few times that a talk about law will draw a wide audience, two of the lawyers...

Massive blow to Athenry as Apple scraps plans for €850 million data centre

Apple has announced today that it will not be going ahead with plans for an €850 million data centre in Athenry due to planning...

Eighth Amendment has caused ‘appalling suffering’ – Galway TD

Catherine Connolly TD has said that the Eighth Amendment has caused 'appalling suffering to women and loss of life' in her speech on the...

OPINION: Ireland is closer to joining EU Army than many realise

There’s been a lot of talk about something called PESCO and whether it breaches the Irish constitution or the concept of neutrality. What is Irish...

Galway Direct Provision residents ‘intimidated’ by centre staff

Residents of two Galway Direct Provision centres have been intimidated into abandoning Galway Anti-Racism Network (GARN) meetings, according to GARN chairperson Joe Loughnane. Loughnane said...

Galway TD questions government response on right to work decision

Galway West TD Catherine Connolly this week asked Minister for Justice and Equality Charles Flanagan about financial barriers to asylum seekers’ right to work. The...

Thursday – Right to Work Rally

Solidarity Rally for the Right to Work Thursday, Feb 8 @ 1pm, Eyre Square Galway Anti-Racism Network is hosting a rally in Eyre Square to show...

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...

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