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Elderly Galway man settles lawsuit over broken hip

A Galway man who said he broke his hip when he tripped at Blanchardstown Shopping Centre has settled his case in the High Court. Michael...

Teacher gets €750,000 after scan at Galway hospital misses brain aneurysm

A teacher who was given a clean bill of health by Bon Secours Hospital in Galway, but collapsed from a brain hemorrhage four years...

Eason selling off iconic Shop street bookstore

Ireland's largest book retailer Eason will soon see its bustling Shop street store under new ownership as it makes plans to sell off multiple...

Man awarded damages following wife’s suicide after being discharged from UHG

The High Court has awarded €263,000 in damages to the husband of a woman who took her own life after being discharged from UHG...

Cervical Check Scandal: Victims form class action style lawsuit

THE SISTERS of Miriam O’Brien - who was diagnosed with stage two cancer in Belfast just nine months after getting the all-clear in the...

State apologises for 1981 disappearance of Galway soldier

Minister for Defence, Paul Kehoe, T.D today published the independent review into the circumstances surrounding the disappearance of Galway soldier, Private Caomhán Seoighe on...

Galway solidarity march for cervical smear victims

A solidarity march for the women affected by the recent cervical smear test scandal is set to take place this Saturday afternoon at 3pm...

Massive blow to Athenry as Apple scraps plans for €850 million data centre

Apple has announced today that it will not be going ahead with plans for an €850 million data centre in Athenry due to planning...

Sinn Féin sends out strong message that 8th should be repealed

The Sinn Féin leadership has today sent out a strong message that the Eighth Amendment should be repealed, arguing that it should never have...

Repair works to disrupt water in Claddagh and Westside

Water outages and other supply issues may occur in multiple neighbourhoods in the Westside and Claddagh areas of the city today. Irish Water is carrying...

How does the Future of the Cannabis Industry Look in 2022 & Beyond?

The cannabis or CBD industry has been going through massive changes in the past few years. Some of the changes have benefited the industry...

Are Tablets Redundant Now with Smartphones as Good as They Are?

Things grow and meet their demise. Eras begin and end. Inventions are made and discontinued. Tastes change. Interests peak and vanish. It is the...

Man stole taxi driver’s phone with irreplicable photos of deceased mother

A man who stole a taxi driver's phone containing irreplaceable photos of his deceased mother received a five month prison sentence at Galway District...

Ballinasloe residents urged to conserve water

Irish Water and Galway County Council are urging people in Ballinasloe and the surrounding areas to conserve water. The council said that Irish Water is...

Local artist to take centre stage in Oughterard for solo exhibition

Abstract artist Tory Irvine has announced that her latest solo exhibition will take place in the beautifully restored Oughterard Courthouse from 15 to 22...

Judge Catherine McGuinness honoured at NUI Galway

Judge Catherine McGuinness has been honoured by NUI Galway with the unveiling of a specially commissioned portrait at the University. The retired Supreme Court judge...

‘Considerable drop’ in premium costs due to insurance reforms – Galway senator

Insurance reforms over the past six years have led to a considerable drop in premium costs for consumers, according to Galway senator Seán Kyne. Senator...

Man punched out participant in street fight he was refereeing

A man refereeing a street fight, who instead ended up punching out one of the participants, got a jail sentence at Galway District Court. Michael...

Pop-up event to reimagine the future of Headford town centre

A free pop-up event will be held in Headford this Saturday, 4 June for the local community to get involved in reimagining a new...

An Bord Pleanála refuses planning permission for ‘Urban Village’

An Bord Pleanála has refused planning permission for the first phase of a new 'Urban Village' in Galway City, a large commercial development. The Bord...

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