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The European Union is looking for more than SEVENTY Irish translators

SEVENTY-TWO Irish language translator posts have been announced for the Institutions of the European Union in Brussels and Luxembourg. Minister of State for the Irish...

MEP calls for more transparency across European Union

Midlands North-West MEP Matt Carthy has called on MEPs and national parliamentarians from across the EU to work together to pressure the Commission and...

UG Students’ Union to hold MEP Hustings on Monday

University of Galway Students’ Union will be hosting MEP Candidate Hustings for the Midlands North West Region at 5pm on Monday 20 May. The Hustings...

€3.2 million European tourism project launching in Galway today

A €3.2 million project aimed at supporting tourism businesses in Europe is being launched in Galway today. The ST3ER project is meant to support tourism...

New guide launched on European opportunities for young people

A new guide on the opportunities and supports available to young people as EU citizens was launched this week to coincide with Europe Day. Launched...

Significant funding needed for TUs to reach potential says teachers’ union

Significant additional funding is required at Third Level if Technological Universities are to achieve their full potential, the Teachers’ Union of Ireland (TUI) has...

Six European countries removed from hotel quarantine list

Six countries in Europe were removed from Ireland's mandatory hotel quarantine list yesterday evening including two European Union countries. Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly announced...

The European Champions Cup 2020/2021

The European Champions Cup, also known as the Heineken Champions Cup is in its seventh season in 2020/2021. It is a rugby championship run...

Make Europe Day a paid holiday, says European election candidate

A European election candidate has said that if elected, she will make it her priority to garner support for celebrating Europe Day as national...

European Commission to stand behind Irish farmers ahead of Brexit

The European Commission has launched a useful new online portal for farmers and agri-food operators who want to find out more about the European...

Fine Gael’s position on European defence: Practical or ‘extremist’?

Fine Gael's four MEPs published a policy document yesterday entitled Defending our common European home, which calls for Ireland to support the emerging European Defence Union. The...

Hard border and the North leaving Customs Union not compatible – MEP

Sinn Féin MEP Matt Carthy said yesterday that the North of Ireland must stay within the customs union if a hard border is to...

Merlin Park Hospital welcomes HIQA report following inspection

Merlin Park University Hospital (MPUH) has welcomed HIQA's report of the assessment of compliance with medical exposure to ionizing radiation regulations at the hospital. An...

Cybersecurity in Modern Cars

In recent years, cars have transformed from mere modes of transportation to sophisticated smart devices on wheels. With advancements in technology, modern cars now...

Genesys supporting cycling in the workplace

Galway based software company Genesys has achieved European accreditation for its effort to be a cycling friendly employer. Genesys Cloud Services was awarded the European...

Social media companies must raise account age limits says local TD

All social media companies must raise their account age limits to 16 to match the digital consent age here, Galway East TD Ciaran Cannon...

Galway TDs pay tribute to former Taoiseach John Bruton

Galway TDs have been paid tribute to the late former Taoiseach John Bruton, whose death was announced this morning. It was announced this morning that...

Galway native Prof Michael O’Flaherty elected Council of Europe’s Commissioner for Human Rights

Galway native Professor Michael O'Flaherty has been elected as the new Commissioner for Human Rights at the Council of Europe. O'Flaherty who is from Salthill...

Local TD pays tribute to man at ‘cutting edge of energy in Ireland’

Roscommon-Galway TD Denis Naughten has paid tribute to renewable energy innovator Eddie O'Connor, who was at the cutting edge of energy in Ireland. Born in...

University of Galway presents Honorary Degrees in Winter Conferring

The University of Galway has awarded Honourary Degrees this week to luminaries working in civil rights, traditional Irish music, philanthropy and more. The celebrations take...

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