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CONNACHT RUGBY: “This Weekend Will Be Different” – Jack Carty 

As Connacht prepare to commence another European assault with the visit of the Bordeaux Begles to the Sportsground on Saturday (13th October), Jack Carty’s form will be...

UHG to hold candlelight ceremony in memory of lost pregnancies and infants

University Hospital Galway is holding a candle lighting ceremony next Sunday to mark International Pregnancy and Infant Loss Day. This is a day of remembrance...

More than 80 employers will be looking to hire at GMIT’s careers fair next week

More than 80 employers and organisation, including multinational giants, will be showcasing opportunities for graduates at GMIT's Careers Fair next week. The Careers Fair is...

Top 5 natural remedies for a back-to-school immune boost

Top tips for a natural immune boost to support your system in the back-to-school season! Back-to-school means back to duking it out with the cesspool...

NUIG pioneers breast cancer treatment

In a world first, NUI Galway researchers have identified a treatment strategy for the relapse of an aggressive form of breast cancer. Scientists from the...

Superheroes: Puppy Updates from MADRA

A fortnight has passed since 16 puppies were rescued from an abandoned horsebox in Athenry. On Tuesday 17th July 16 malnourished puppies were rescued having...

Update on rescued puppies found in an abandoned horsebox in Athenry

Another of the 16 rescued puppies found in an abandoned horsebox in Ballydavid, Athenry has died, according to dog rescue charity MADRA. The puppy, named...

Science on the big screen, CÚRAM commissions documentary about stroke research

'A Tiny Spark', a documentary about the impact of strokes on victims lives and cutting edge research into them has been chosen for CÚRAM's...

UHG has highest rate of instrumentally assisted births in the country

University Hospital Galway has the highest rate of instrumentally assisted births in the country according to a new report report from Cuidiú, the Irish...

Oranmore company Neurent Medical raises €9.3 million to treat chronic sniffles

Oranmore based medtech startup Neurent Medical's new treatment for a common nasal problem has attracted €9.3 million in funding. Neurent's new device would allow patients...

Cancer Care West gives free support to women affected by cervical check scandal

For the past two weeks, Cancer Care West, based in the Westside, has been offering information, support and counselling to women and families affected...

Tuam health centre building to be used for Social Care HQ

An additional 12 HSE employees will be deployed to Tuam. Sean Canney TD has confirmed that the existing health centre building in Tuam will be...

‘Living with Dementia in Rural Ireland’

'Living with Dementia in Rural Ireland' is an upcoming event being hosted by Connecting People With Dementia on the 28th of May 2018. Connecting People With...

Taoiseach announces new CÚRAM and Boston Scientific project

An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar TD today announced a new research project between CÚRAM, the SFI Research Centre for Medical Devices based at NUI Galway,...

Agriculture Minister is “insensitive” to farmers without computers

The Agriculture Minister is being insensitive to people in rural Ireland who don’t have a computer or access to broadband, according to Galway West...

40 employers expected at ‘West’s leading jobs fair’ in the City this weekend

MORE THAN 40 leading employers and educators, as well as professional development experts, will take part in Jobs Expo Galway - an event which...

Taoiseach challenged in Dáil over Merlin Park and new elective hospital

An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar was challenged in the Dáil today over Merlin Park and the promised elective hospital for Galway. Galway West TD Catherine Connolly...

Six companies chosen to find tech solutions to medical problems

Six companies will gain €95,000 in seed funding along with training for the next six months by an NUI Galway initiative supported by Enterprise...

First bereavement room in Ireland opens in UHG

IRELAND'S first bereavement room was officially opened  at University Hospital Galway yesterday evening, Thursday. Semora Ciúin is for patients and families grieving following an early...

Participants needed for major OCD study

Just two in every one hundred people are diagnosed with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). However, around a quarter of people experience lower-level obsessions or compulsions...

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