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Four ATU research teams win SFI funding to help address societal challenges

Four ATU research teams have secured funding from Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) for projects related to infrastructure, agriculture, social issues, and more. The research teams...

Galway students encouraged to enter BTYSTE with just days until deadline

BT Ireland is encouraging Galway students to enter the 2024 Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition (BTYSTE) with just days remaining until the deadline. There are...

Three new water bottle filling stations installed in city centre

Three new water bottle filling stations have been installed at locations around Galway City Centre for easy public use. The new stations are on Churchyard...

UHG welcomes HIQA report publication following inspection

University Hospital Galway has welcomed the publication of a HIQA report on compliance with medical exposure to ionizing radiation regulations at the hospital. An announced...

Community owned hotel proposed for Mountbellew

A new report being published this evening will propose the establishment of a community-owned hotel and related tourism services in Mountbellew. 'The People’s Transition: Mountbellew'...

Ballinasloe included in €10 million bioeconomy funding scheme

Ballinasloe has been included in a new €10 million support measure for the bioeconomy, co-funded by the Government and the European Union. The 'Bioeconomy Demonstration...

The Ultimate Guide to EU Taxonomy Reporting: A Step-by-Step Approach

The European Union (EU) is committed to achieving a low-carbon, resource-efficient, and sustainable economy. To this end, the EU has introduced the EU Taxonomy...

The Ultimate Guide to EU Taxonomy Reporting: A Step-by-Step Approach

The European Union (EU) is committed to achieving a low-carbon, resource-efficient, and sustainable economy. To this end, the EU has introduced the EU Taxonomy...

Galway researchers develop new approach for cancer vaccine

University of Galway researchers have developed a modular approach to vaccine synthesis, potentially enabling production of a new cancer vaccine prototype. The study, published in...

Community survey launched for new LEADER programme

Galway Rural Development (GRD) has launched an online survey to give the people of east Galway their say on the priorities for the 2023-27...

Deported Palestinian human rights lawyer for Galway talk

An acclaimed Palestinian lawyer and human rights defender whose deportation from his homeland last December caused shock waves across the globe is coming to...

€5.4 million Digital Innovation Hub to help boost SMEs in Galway

A €5.4 million European Digital Innovation Hub will help SMEs in Galway and the western region become more competitive. The online Data2Sustain hub will help...

Galway secures €1 million EU grant becoming Ireland’s only Net Zero Pilot City

Galway City Council has been successful in securing a €1 million grant as part of the European Union's NetZeroCities Pilot Cities programme. Galway is the...

Cllr praises “timely addition” of new Ballinasloe – Castlerea bus service

Galway County Councillor Evelyn Parsons has praised the "timely addition" of the new Local Link bus service from Ballinasloe to Castlerea. The new seven-day...

COPE Galway supported almost 3,000 people last year

COPE Galway supported almost 3,000 people in the city and county last year, across all their services. The charity's annual report for 2021 shows that...

Local schools urged to sign up for holocaust education project

Mary McAleese has officially launched Holocaust Education Ireland's Crocus Project by planting crocus bulbs in her garden in Roscommon with the help of local...

University of Galway invests in safe geothermal project

University of Galway has embarked on a geothermal heat pump project on campus to heat the swimming pool in the Sports Centre. Works began in...

Online banking – more popular than ever

After the European Union has ensured significantly more security for online banking in September 2019, the popularity of this payment type has increased rapidly....

Call for transformation of early years and school age care system

Early Childhood Ireland has called on the Government to transform the Early Years and School Age Care system by including an ambitious five-year plan...

Spiddal based writer receives special mention at EU literature awards

An Spidéal based writer Tadhg Mac Dhonnagáin's novel MADAME LAZARE has been awarded a 'Special Mention' by the European Union Prize for Literature Awards. The...

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