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Design Island showcase of Irish artists and craftspeople returns for fifth year

Design Island, an exhibition by Irish designers and makers is returning with their fifth edition of Irish Design Works this July in Galway. Design Island...

Historic landmarks lighting up blue for World Oceans Day

Dozens of landmarks in Galway and around Ireland will be lighting up Atlantic Blue this weekend to mark World Oceans Day. World Oceans Day on...

Galway City West Preview: Who are the Candidates and what do they stand for?

Tomorrow, May 24th Galwegians will go to the polls to vote in the Local Elections.The Galway City West Ward encompasses Barna, Knocknacarra, Rockbarton,...

Galway’s beaches retain prestigious Blue Flag awards

The cleanest beaches in Galway have been named by the internationally recognised Blue Flag and Green Coast environmental awards. Beaches in Ireland which retained, were...

40 foot sperm whale washes ashore in Connemara

One of the world's largest predators, the sperm whale, washed ashore at in Connemara on Sunday. The 40ft sperm whale was reportedly already dead when...

GoBus launches first ever regional route from Galway to Ballina

GoBus is celebrating its tenth year in business with the opening if its first multi-stop regional route from Galway to Ballina. The Galway Regional Connect...

Why secondary school students across Galway have decided to skip school this Friday

Students from all over Galway will skip school this Friday to take part in a school strike for the environment.The students, who attend secondary...

Opinion: My role is to rally lads to support women in their struggles

International Women's Day dates back to 1910 when the International Socialist Women’s Conference named today as the day they'd protest. This time last year we...

Favourite takeaways for people in different areas of Galway revealed!

The food scene in Galway is booming, but what is your area's favourite takeaway? Deliveroo has revealed the ordering trends for people in different areas...

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...

Hundreds of students line Eyre Street for Donegal Tuesday

Students are out in huge numbers today to celebrate Donegal Tuesday, the main event of the unofficial Rag Week. Each year hundreds of students line...

Galway’s finest chefs put on a spectacular spread for the 2019 Hospitality Ball

Local producers and some of the best chefs in Galway put their heads together to showcase what local talent can do with local ingredients...

Galway school has one of Ireland’s most dramatic improvements in the past decade

Galway Community College has seen the single largest improvement of students heading on to third level education of any school in Ireland in recent...

City council calls for publicly funded student accommodation

Galway city council is calling for the construction of publicly funded student accommodation. At the monthly council meeting on Monday the council unanimously passed a...

Prominent Irish charity wants Galwegians to join volunteer programme in Haiti

Haven, a prominent Irish charity working on the ground in Haiti, is looking for volunteers from Galway and surrounding areas to join the 13th...

Heavy traffic for motorists approaching Galway city

Inbound routes to Galway city are clogged with heavy traffic today after a relatively clear New Year's. As of 2:45pm AA Roadwatch is reporting that...

Cutting edge teaching projects at Galway colleges share in multi-million fund

NUI Galway and Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology are sharing in €1.65 million of funding to create innovative projects to enhance teaching and learning. This funding is...

Multi-million funding for Galway innovation centres

More than €4 million in finding has been announced today for the Pairc na Mara and Portershed innovation hub in Galway city. Galway West TD...

Galway hosts final for best young chef in Europe award

The final of the European Young Chef Award 2018 took place last night in Galway as part of Galway, West of Ireland’s designation as...

Rare arctic whales found off Irish coast

A three year study of Ireland's Atlantic waters recorded many incredible things that have enhanced our knowledge of offshore species and habitats. Among the things...
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