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Gourmet Food Parlour is keeping the restaurant spark alive

The creak of chairs, clink of glasses, and the screeching where overly enthusiastic cutlery meets protesting plates might be absent from the main floor...

Stevo’s fundraiser passes €50,000 ahead of heroic challenge!

Stevo Timothy has said he is "lost for words" as his fundraiser for the Irish Wheelchair Association surpassed €50,000 before his 5k cycle later...

The science behind our Seafood

The work that goes into managing and conserving Ireland's sources of seafood, and ensuring that its safe for human consumption, is taking centre stage...

PBP Galway calls for asylum seekers to be moved out of Direct Provision centres

People Before Profit in Galway has called on the government to move asylum seekers out of Direct Provision centres and give them refugee status...

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...

Coronavirus: Lockdown extended to May 18, travel limit raised to 5km from Tuesday

Taosieach Leo Varadkar announced that lockdown restrictions imposed to limit the spread of coronavirus will be extended until May 18 before Ireland can begin...

Women’s EMPOWER entrepreneurship programme heads online this summer

The women's entrepreneurship EMPOWER programme delivered by GMIT across the west of Ireland is going online when it returns this June due to ongoing...

Nursing homes “utterly forgotten” at pandemic’s outset – Connolly

Galway West TD Catherine Connolly has accused the government of forgetting about nursing homes at the outset of the coronavirus pandemic, and failing to...

Major public support for Athenry – Sligo greenway in online petition

An online petition calling for the closed railway route from Athenry to Sligo to be used as a greenway has now hit 25,000 signatures. There...

Appeal lodged against expansion of Menlo Park Hotel

An appeal has been made to An Bord Pleanála against plans to expand and renovate the Menlo Park Hotel in Galway...

Coronavirus: Galway Airport centre to test 1,000 people a day

A new drive through Covid-19 coronavirus test centre has opened at Galway Airport today, with the goal of testing 1,000 people...

COVID-19: Galway TD says we need to ‘wake up’ and increase emergency measures now

A Galway West TD has said that it is time to bring in increased emergency measures and restrictions to combat COVID-19.

Galway voters go to the polls in 2020 election

Voters have gone to the polls this morning for the bulk of the voting in the 2020 general election, with polls...

Galway Chamber election manifesto makes traffic a priority

Galway Chamber of Commerce has released its election manifesto, calling on candidates and voters alike to Get Galway Moving and tackle traffic congestion. Traffic is...

COPE urges election candidates to commit to fairer society

COPE Galway has written to all of the election candidates in Galway West and East, urging them to commit to commit to a fairer...

Menlo Park Hotel plans major renovations

The Menlo Park Hotel in Terryland intends to get rid of its function rooms and replace them with more bed spaces in new renovation...

Three lives lost in workplace deaths in Galway last year

Workplace deaths in Galway went up last year, with three recorded killed in workplace incidents, one more than in 2018. The Health and Safety Authority...

Galway to benefit from €10 million to promote local enterprise

Just under €10 million has been awarded to support five projects in Galway which aim to promote the growth of jobs and enterprise in...

GMIT to formally apply for Technological University status in 2020

GMIT has taken a step forward towards its goal of becoming a technological university, with a formal application expected next year. The governing bodies of...

Galway companies awarded €36.5 million to create disruptive technologies

Seven projects with Galway based partners have been awarded €36.5 million from the Disruptive Technologies Fund this year. Minister for Business, Enterprise, and Innovation Heather...
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Pubs not allowed to reopen next week

Pubs will not be allowed to reopen next week, in what is yet another major blow to publicans across Galway and the rest of...

Coronavirus: No further deaths but 45 new COVID cases confirmed

There have been no deaths related to the coronavirus once again today, but 45 new cases have been confirmed in the Republic. This takes the...

Galway projects to benefit from Tesco Ireland’s community fund

Galway projects that support children’s organisations impacted by Covid-19 will benefit from the fifth round of Tesco Ireland's 2020 Community Fund Programme. This is the...

Fleadh 2020 is unmissable – despite cancellation of official festival

Fleadh Ceoil na hÉireann was set to take place in Mullingar this year, but despite the pandemic and the fleadh being put off until...

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