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Galway joins multi-million programme for high-risk medtech

The CÚRAM Medical Devices Research Centre in Galway is taking part in a European programme to help high-risk medtech get to...

Galway’s home grown fast food chain Supermac’s to create hundreds of jobs

Galway's native fast food chain Supermac's is to create hundreds of new jobs around Ireland. Pat McDonagh's fast food giant is set to create 200...

Irish speakers encouraged to apply for Translator posts at the EU

Irish speakers are being encouraged to sign up for a competition for translator posts at the European Union. Galway West TD and Minister for Irish,...

‘Fascist meeting’ in Galway pub faces strong resistance from local community

A far-right meeting which is scheduled to take place next week in Galway will face strong resistance from the local community.The meeting, which has...

Students from Northern Ireland will only pay EU fees at NUIG after Brexit

Students from Northern Ireland who come to study at NUI Galway will keep their EU fees status after Brexit. The university welcomed confirmation from the...

Supermac’s wins long running trademark battle with McDonald’s

Supermac's has won its trademark battle with global giant McDonald's over the use of the name 'Mac' in Europe. Pat McDonagh's Galway grown fast-food chain...

Italian immigrant living in Galway to host meeting in support of anti-immigration party

A meeting in support of an Italian anti-immigration party will be held in Galway in January, hosted by an Italian immigrant.The meeting will take...

€10m water main extension to ensure clean drinking water officially opened

The Lough Mask Water Main Extension from Ballyhaunis to Ballinlough and Williamstown has officially been opened. It will ensure that there is clean drinking water...

Trump hats handed out at bizarre right-wing rally in Galway

The Brexit saga seems to be never-ending.One recent opinion poll showed that 97 percent of Irish people between the ages of 18 and...

A day to remember for Galway students

Galway students from three secondary schools had a day to remember recently when they learned all about the benefits of being EU Citizens at...

Athenry company saves only shop in small English village

A company based in Athenry has been credited with saving a village in Northamptonshire from losing its only shop.People in Creaton decided to build...

Anti-EU conference to take place in Galway

An 'Irexit' conference will take place in the Galmot Hotel in Galway next month.The movement aims to 're-establish the sovereignty of Ireland and restore...

Former Central Bank governor tells Galway audience the 2008 crash cost us €37 billion

Speaking at a conference at NUI Galway, former governor of the Central Bank Patrick Honohan said the 2008 banking crisis cost the Irish people...

Irish speakers in Galway invited to apply for 72 open EU translator jobs

Irish speakers in Galway are being urged to apply for the recently announced positions of 72 Irish translators needed for work at the European...

Galway 2020 in crisis as chief executive steps down

The chief executive of Galway's European Capital of Culture project Hannah Kiely has announced she is stepping down, plunging the Galway 2020 project into turmoil once...

Hiroshima bombing commemoration to be held in city centre

Galway Alliance Against War is holding its annual Hiroshima Peace Event commemorating the nuclear bombing in Eyre Square this Sunday. This year GAAW will also...

Galway start-up with treatment for joint pain secures €2.75m

Seed funding aimed at bringing an implant to treat arthritis of thumb joint to market.A Galway-based medical devices start-up that has developed a new...

Galway East TD meets Jean Claude Junker in Strasbourg

President of the European Comission Jean Claude Junker has told Galway East TD Sean Canney that Ireland will not be forgotten about in the...

Watch | Luke ‘Ming’ Flanagan MEP criticises EU’s priorities

Midlands North West MEP Luke 'Ming' Flanagan has hit out at the European Union and President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker in a speech in...

Bord Bia identifies key target markets for Irish Food and drink companies

Brexit watch - with less than 10 months until the UK formally leaves the European Union, Bord Bia has launched a new report that...
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Easing of driving licence application and renewal for over 70s extended

The exemption for over 70s from presenting a medical report when applying for or renewing a driving licence has been extended due to the...

Man sentenced to six years for life-changing city centre assaults

A Loughrea man was sentenced to six years in prison, of which he will serve at least four and half years, for a pair...

COVID-19: 60 deaths and 132 Galway cases today

There have been 60 additional deaths related to COVID-19 reported by the Department of Health today, one of which occurred in December, and the...

Over the Edge celebrating 18th birthday with January Zoom meeting

The January Over the Edge Open reading will take place next week for lovers of poetry and prose to get a nice booster shot...