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The Galmont Hotel rolls out the carpet for Chinese tourism

Galway's Galmont Hotel & Spa was recently certified by Fáilte Ireland as a key tourism business for catering to the growing number of Chinese...

More time sought for massive revamp of Ceannt Station

More time is being sought for work on major renovations to Ceannt Station. Iarnrod Eireann is seeking an extension of duration for planning permission granted...

NUIG leading €3.9 million hunt for multiple sclerosis treatments

Researchers at NUIG are leading a European consortium seeking new treatments for multiple sclerosis. The €3.9 million project aims to work with researchers from Denmark,...

River Corrib could be dyed green for Paddy’s Day next year

The River Corrib could be dyed green next year during the St. Patrick's Day festivities. This follows the confirmation that there are plans to dye...

Connacht opponents set for Heineken Champions Cup

Connacht have learned who they will be facing in the next season of the Heineken Champions Cup. In Pool 5 of the Heineken Champions Cup...

NUIG wins Law School of the Year award

NUI Galway was named Law School of the Year at the prestigious Irish Law Awards last week. With a strong reputation for legal research and...

Connacht switching conferences for the upcoming Guinness PRO14 season

Connacht are transferring to Conference B in a shake up for the 2019/2020 season of the Guinness PRO14 as the rugby tournament enters its...

Making Space exhibition brings together astronomy and art

Astronomy and art have come together to create some breathtaking pieces of work for the Making Space exhibition at Galway Arts Centre next month. Making...

NUIG researchers join €5.9 million rural regeneration project

Researchers at NUI Galway are taking part in a €5.9 million EU project to support rural regeneration and find answers to the specific challenges...

Coastal community projects receive €600,000 grant aid

Coastal community projects in Galway will benefit from almost €600,000 in grant aid from the western Fisheries Local Action Group. Forty five coastal community projects...

Hospital support workers overwhelmingly vote to strike

Hospital support staff in Siptu have overwhelmingly voted by 94 percent to go on strike. The decision to strike affects some 17,000 workers in medical...

State of the art environmental testing facility opens at GMIT

A new state of the art environmental testing facility to help Irish businesses develop sustainable heating products has opened at GMIT this week. The E-Thermal...

Nurses vote to accept proposals that ended nationwide strike

Nurses and midwives in the INMO have voted to accept proposals from the Labour Court that ended an industrial dispute earlier this year. A dispute...

Work begins on €7 million Glenamaddy sewerage system improvements

Work has begun on a €7 million scheme by Irish water and Galway County Council to upgrade the sewerage infrastructure in Glenamaddy. Improvements being made...

Brexit won’t affect fees for Northern Irish and British students at NUIG

NUIG  today announced that students from Northern Ireland and Great Britain who enroll for postgraduate taught courses for the 2019/2020 academic year won't see their...

NUIG awarded Green Flag environmental status

NUIG has been awarded that internationally recognised Green Flag accreditation for promoting sustainability and reducing its environmental impact. The Green Flag was awarded to the...

GRETB invites applications for teaching positions in the next academic year

The Galway Roscommon ETB is currently accepting application for teaching positions in Galway for the academic year starting next September. Qualified teachers are currently invited...

Substitute teachers to be hired full-time amid teacher shortage

A number of substitute teachers will be hired on full-time to tackle a shortage of educators in classrooms here in Galway. Minister for Education Joe...

Tuam Home survivors call for inquest into children’s deaths

The Tuam Home Survivors Network have called for an inquest to establish the cause of death of the children buried at the former Mother...

Finalists of Gradam 2019 to be revealed next week

The finalists of this year's Gradam Sheosaimh Uí Ógartaigh who promoted the use and visibility of the Irish language in their businesses will be...

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