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Lough Rea Hotel and Spa Senior Camogie Round 1 Wrap-Up

Senior A Sarsfields 2-12 Oranmore/Maree 2-12 (Friday, 22nd June 2018, Gort) Kieran Hanniffy's Oranmore/Maree got a massive result in the opening round as a late goal...

Jellyfish stings leave five in hospital; Galway Jellyfish experts give advice to public

Five people have been hospitalised in recent weeks from lion's mane jellyfish stings following a huge increase in sightings of the huge jellyfish across...

Hard Brexit could lead to 20,000 Irish job losses

A 'hard' Brexit could cost Ireland 20,000 jobs, with 12,500 of those in the agri-food sector. That's according to Fianna Fáil's spokesperson on Brexit Lisa...

Farewell Britain . . . Hello Galway!

How Galway’s push to lure fintech startups out west is starting to pay off. Ireland’s economic resurgence has revealed the emergence of some exciting sectors...

Minister Creed opens Brexit Fisheries discussion in Galway

The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Michael Creed TD yesterday hosted a Brexit Fisheries Discussion in Galway as part of the Our...

Bronze for NUI Galway Research Fellow at New York Festival’s Radio Awards

The Banshee and The Tiger, which NUI Galway research fellow Dr Deirdre Ní Chonghaile contributed some of her original research to, has been awarded Bronze...

TUAM and DISTRICT SPORTS NOTES (Tuesday, 26th June 2018)

Covering local sports news in Tuam and the surrounding areas including Glinsk, Abbeyknockmoy, Milltown, Killererin, Kilconly, Claremorris, Williamstown, Sylane, Cahergal, Corofin, Dunmore, Kilkerrin, Clonberne, Cortoon, Moylough, Glenamaddy, Garrafrauns and Ballymoe.   TUAM CAMOGIE  Congratulations to the U12 girls who won...

Five Areas Among Gaelic Games Winners in Community Games 

Five Galway Community Games Finals took place last Saturday (23rd June) in sunny conditions in Ballinderreen with five different areas successful in qualifying to represent Galway in...

This Castlegar storyteller has a scéal for the Netherlands for Capital of Culture 2018

Galway might be the European Capital of Culture 2020, but Castlegar storyteller Aindrias de Staic is bringing some ceoil and craic, as Gaeilge, to...

Female scientists to take science to the Spanish Arch

TWELVE female scientists will take to their soap boxes and bring science to the streets of Galway as part of NUI Galway’s second annual...

Salthill beach cleaner Paulie Cleans Up will be missed!

For the past six weeks a young Lithuanian entrepreneur - under the name Paulie Cleans Up - has been collecting garbage in Salthill, South...

Million Euro pay-off for PiP iT: A Galway-based company’s plan to change society

A Galway businessman has gotten the green light on a million euro in funding for an idea that will pay off for his investors...

Galway Educate Together Second Level campaign urges parents to attend meeting

Parents are urged to register their support online and attend next week's public meeting. The Galway Educate Together Second Level Startup group (GET2LS) is ready...

Outpatient waiting lists at UHG have grown two thirds in the last year

The number of people waiting more than 18 months for an outpatient appointment at UHG has gone up two thirds in the last year. According...

New gambling laws needed to protect children and vulnerable people says Galway TD

Galway East TD Anne Rabbitte is calling for the Gambling Control Bill to be pushed through the Dáil to control the largely self-regulated industry. The...

Award-winning British drama comes to Galway for one night only

A multi-award winning production of Scaramouche Jones will be performed at Galway’s Town Hall Studio Theatre for one night only on Thursday 21 June at 8.30pm as part...

COMMUNITY GAMES: 1,000 CHILDREN CONVERGE ON COUNTY FINALS 

The Galway County Community Games Athletic and Cycling Finals took place in Ballinderreen on Sunday (3rd June) as hundreds of young children participated in all events, representing all areas in...

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...

8th referendum has changed attitudes towards reunification, says MEP

The latest opinion poll on Irish reunification confirm that there is a significant increase in support for Irish unity in the North, according to Midlands...

Limited services for child abuse victims leads to prolonged cases, finds Galway study

Pictured above:  Dr Carol Coulter, Adjunct Professor in the School of Law at NUI Galway. The findings of a two-year NUI Galway research study on lengthy...

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