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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...

Local Election candidate pledges to fight for youth and minorities

This week, Galway Daily caught up with long time political activist Joe Loughnane. The People Before Profit candidate will be running in the Galway City...

More time granted for renovations to Monivea Football Club

An extension of duration has been granted to planning permission for renovations to Monivea/Abbeyknockmoy Football Club. The football club had sought more time to upgrade...

New Writing Showcase is bringing out the talent at Cúirt

Cúirt Literary Festival is just around the corner, and the annual New Writing Showcase will bring out the best emerging talent in Ireland. Co-organised by...

More time granted to complete Ballinasloe crematorium

An additional five years has been granted by the county council for the construction of a crematorium in Ballinasloe. BKT Construction Kevin Tuohy had been...

Marine Institute presents latest findings on disease control in oyster farming

Keeping diseases at bay in the seafood industry was the subject of a recent meeting on Pacific Oyster Health between members of Ireland's oyster...

Jurys Inn plans massive expansion that will create 55 jobs

Popular Galway hotel Jurys Inn is planning a massive expansion that will nearly double its workforce. Jurys Inn wants to extend its hotel on Quay...

Local scientists show the government how microplastic is polluting our waterways

A group of scientists from Galway have outlined to the government how Ireland's freshwater and marine bodies are heavily contaminated with microplastic. Dr. Róisín Nash...

New pedestrian bridge next to Salmon Weir bridge secures €7 million backing

Plans for a new, modern pedestrian bridge adjacent to the historic Salmon Weir Bridge are progressing well with over €7 million already on the...

Students’ Union condemns “unprecedented” €1,390 rent hike at student accommodation

The Students' Union at NUI Galway has condemned an "unprecedented" increase in rent at Student Accommodation at Menlo Park Apartments in Galway city. Students applying...

Cúirt offering young writers the chance to tour Europe’s literature festivals

The Cúirt International Literary Festival is calling for young writers from around Europe to join a project promoting literature from in lesser known languages. Read...

Marine Institute gives multi million backing to marine technology innovators

Galway's Marine Institute is backing twelve small enterprises driving new innovations in marine technology with €2.4 million in funding. Twelve grants of up to €200,000...

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...

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