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Crunching the numbers, could Brexit really lead to a United Ireland?

There are few concepts in Ireland that evoke an emotional response from a population known for their propensity to be “easy going”, but one...

NUIG secures €4 million EU project to make chemicals with solar power

NUI Galway has secured a €4 million EU project in sustainable manufacturing to produce chemicals using solar power.

Galway academics awarded funding for project to turn teachers into researchers

A group of researchers from Galway have been awarded funding for a three year project to improve on teachers research skills and networking. Dr Cornelia...

NUIG sharing in €150 million investment in data analytics

NUI Galway will be one of the beneficiaries of €150 million to be invested in the the Insight Centre for Data Analytics in the...

Three Connemara debate teams make the national final of all-Irish schools competition

Three debate teams from Connemara schools are headed to the national finals of the Comórtas Díospóireachta Uí Chadhain competition. Comórtas Díospóireachta Uí Chadhain is organised...

Tuam girl wins national Soapbox championship

A student from Presentation College Tuam is the winner of the grand final of the Europe Direct National Soapbox Competition 2019. Johanna Lane, from Bishop...

Galway University Hospitals welcomes new Consultant Vascular Surgeon

Galway University Hospitals have welcomed a new addition to their ranks of surgical specialists with the appointment of dr Mahmoud Alawy as a Consultant...

Irish language courses in higher education receive €1.6 million support

Nine Irish language courses and institutes of higher education including NUI Galway have been approved €1.63 million in additional funding. The funding was announced this...

Galway students urged to submit to BT Young Scientist exhibition

Galway's whip smart inventors and scientific explorers are being urged to submit their entries to the 2020 BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition. The 56th...

Brexit could worsen shortage of nurses INMO warns

The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation is raising concerns that Brexit could make Ireland's chronic nursing shortage even worse. Irish nurses and midwives would be...

Angling vessels gathering data on the Bluefin Tuna

Angling vessels in Galway and all along the Atlantic coast will be taking part in a scheme to gather more data on the much...

Road deaths go up in 2019 as five killed in Galway

The Road Safety Authority is concerned about an increase in road deaths this year, with five people killed in Galway alone. According to the RSA...

Govt decision to reappoint Hogan as commissioner is clear ‘victory for cronyism’

The government's decision to reappoint Phil Hogan as Ireland’s commissioner has been described as 'a missed opportunity' by a Midlands North West MEP. Matt Carthy...

Farmers getting €13.4 million in Basic Payment Scheme refunds

Farmers are seeing a bit of cash land back in their accounts as the government has begun distributing €13.4 million in Basic Payment Scheme...

NUIG leading €3.9 million hunt for multiple sclerosis treatments

Researchers at NUIG are leading a European consortium seeking new treatments for multiple sclerosis. The €3.9 million project aims to work with researchers from Denmark,...

Coastal community projects receive €600,000 grant aid

Coastal community projects in Galway will benefit from almost €600,000 in grant aid from the western Fisheries Local Action Group. Forty five coastal community projects...

Calls for ‘gravely harmful’ gay conversion programmes to be banned

The harmful practice of gay conversion therapy should be banned in Ireland, according to a European Election candidate in this constituency. Dominic Hannigan, who was...

Embrace the music of sunny Portugal in From Europe with Love

Galway Music Residency's ConTempo quartet are continuing to bring the music of the continent to the west in the From Europe with Love series. The...

McDonald’s appeals ‘Big mac’ trademark victory for Supermac’s

McDonald's has appealed a recent victory for Supermac's in their long running trademark battle that saw the US giant's 'Big Mac' trademark cancelled in...

Australian company creating 20 jobs with Galway tech hub

Australian payment services provider EML Payments is creating 20 new jobs in Galway by setting up a tech and innovation centre here. The creation of...
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