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“Forever grateful” – Family of Galway man who died on Everest thank supporters

The family of Galway man Kevin Hynes, who lost his life while part of an expedition on Mount Everest, have said that they are...

New Students’ Union President takes office at NUI Galway

Galway-native and Science graduate Clare Austick has been elected President of the Students’ Union in NUI Galway. Clare previously held the positions of Vice-President/ Welfare...

Galway Film Fleadh bringing a wealth of Irish short films to screen

Galway Film Fleadh will serve as the world premiere for seven Irish short films coming from Fís Éireann this year. Fís Éireann has funded these...

Experience the old city brought to life in the Galway Medieval Experience

Experience the magic of old Galway brought to life this Saturday with a day of festivities at the Galway Medieval Experience. This event from Galway...

Tuam Cathedral renovations get the go ahead

Permission has been granted for renovations to Tuam Cathedral to make it suitable for religious ceremonies. St. Jarlath's...

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...

Wildlife group clashes with government over tree felling in Connemara National Park

The Irish Wildlife Trust has clashed with the Department of Heritage over the destruction of a patch of woodland in Connemara National Park. The wildlife...

Three Galway groups shortlisted for prestigious charity awards

Three major organisation in Galway have been shortlisted for the benefits they bring to the community at the 2018 Charity Impact Awards. The Charity Impact...

GIAF announces winter lineup for hit First Thought Talks

Galway International Arts Festival has announced the winter programme for its First Thought Talks that premiered this summer. The First Thought Talks were launched by GIAF as...

Catherine Corless to receive honorary degree from NUI Galway

Local historian Catherine Corless will receive an Honorary Degree from NUI Galway in October. The University today announced that the campaigner on the Tuam Mother...

Seven-week maths programme for junior cycle pupils to begin in October

A math programme aimed at second and third-year secondary school pupils will begin on Monday, 1 October. The programme, in its third year and held...

Galway’s kids explored every cranny of nature at this year’s ‘Go Wild’ summer camps

Galway's kids went wild to discover the inner learning of the natural world around us at the Go Wild summer camp this year. The goal...

Galway’s Heritage week in full swing

Heritage week is upon us with a full week of activities and events celebrating the art, culture, and history of Ireland. And there's no where...

Explore the city’s ancient streets in the Galway Medieval Festival

When people talk about what makes Galway such an attractive city they often talk about things like the music, the good craic, and a...
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Coronavirus: 3 deaths and spike in Galway cases

There have been 3 additional deaths related to COVID-19 reported by NPHET today, and 253 new confirmed coronavirus cases. There have now been a total...

“I’m very afraid” – Senator on the rise of the far-right in Ireland

People must stand together in solidarity if the country is to deal with its growing far-right problem, an Independent senator has said today. Senator Eileen...

Can Galway United make it four wins in a row?

Galway United return to league action at Eamonn Deacy Park tonight when the Tribesmen welcome Wexford FC to the west. This will be the second...

Moycullen housing plans rejected after massive opposition

Planning permission has been refused for a housing development in Moycullen which attracted heavy opposition from locals who said there is already enough housing...

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