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Seanad Éireann celebrating 100 years of history

Seanad Éireann is celebrating 100 years of history with a programme of events to celebrate the platform it has provided for marginal voices. The Seanad100...

Watch: Anne Rabbitte TD’s powerful Dáil statement on Violence Against Women

"This is the fight of our lives. And it is exhausting." Those were the words of Galway East TD Anne Rabbitte during her 5-minute statement...

First radio series for new An Spidéal production company

A new ten-part radio series presented by Liam Ó Maonlaí will be broadcast on RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta every Thursday. Cuan an Cheoil, which begins...

Irish language status now on par with other official EU languages

The Irish language's status in European istitutions will be on a par with other official languages of the EU from midnight tonight. The Irish language...

Irish Language Plan announced for Clifden

The preparation of an Irish Language Plan for Clifden has been announced today, to encourage the retention and growth of Irish in the Connemara...

Lights installed on Eglinton Canal as water safety measure

New sets of life have been installed on the Eglinton Canal in Galway City to improve water safety along the often dangerous waterways emptying...

Fund for Gaeltacht community halls affected by summer colleges cancellation

A stabilisation fund has been set up specifically for Gaeltacht Community Halls affected by the cancellation of Irish language colleges this summer. The €240k fund...

€2.2m support fund for Gaeltacht summer school accommodation providers

A €2.2 million fund has been launched to support Gaeltacht families that would normally provide accommodation for summer school students. It was decided in May...

Gaeltacht summer colleges cancelled this year

Galway's Irish Language Gaeltacht summer colleges won't be going ahead this year after concerns were raised about the possibility of bringing COVID-19 into local...

Long Walk wastewater remedial works tackling discharge of wet wipes in the Corrib

Remedial works have been on the wastewater system at the Long Walk in Galway City to reduce the number of wet wipes being discharged...

City Councillor calls for waiver of licence fees for pitches this year

A city councillor is calling on Galway City Council to issue a full credit for licence fees for pitches by sports clubs this year...

Ireland’s Shame: 978 children died at Tuam Mother and Baby Home

The Commission's investigation into Mother and Baby Homes in Ireland has revealed the truth of what happened within the walls of Mother and Baby...

New series & films on Netflix in December

With Christmas is just around the corner, many of us will be searching for new shows and films to settle down to with our...

Evening of opera, oratorio & festive favourites for local charity

A virtual evening of opera, oratorio, chamber music and festive favourites will be held in Oranmore next weekend in aid of Galway Simon Community. The...

Fundraiser to help local man beat cancer nears €50,000 in donations

A fundraiser set up for a local man who was diagnosed with bladder cancer earlier this year is closing in on €50,000. In February, Kevin...

Hildegarde Naughton to give back part of controversial pay rise

Galway West TD Hildegarde Naughton is set to give back part of the controversial €16,000 allowance which was announced for the three "super junior"...

Hildegarde Naughton to get hefty allowance on top of €124,000 salary

Galway West TD Hildegarde Naughton is set to receive a €16,000 pay rise along with two other Junior Ministers, after the Dáil passed legislation...

Catherine Connolly becomes first female Leas-Cheann Comhairle in Dáil history

Galway West TD Catherine Connolly has become the first ever female Leas-Cheann Comhairle of the Dáil after a narrow victory today. Independent TD Catherine Connolly...

Man buried in Newgrange was an inbred Royal, research shows

Research into a man buried in the Newgrange passage tomb indicates that he was born to first-degree incest, suggesting he was a member of...

Loughrea Town Hall refurbishment project progresses

The refurbishment of Loughrea Town Hall has taken a step forward, with the county council now advertising tenders for a design team for the...

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