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Crunching the numbers, could Brexit really lead to a United Ireland?

There are few concepts in Ireland that evoke an emotional response from a population known for their propensity to be “easy going”, but one...

‘Preparing your business for Customs’ workshop

With Brexit coming in the new year, Irish businesses are being advised to prepare for dealing with some form of Customs checks in trading...

Ballygar sawmill approved for Brexit proofing extension

Murray Timber Products have been granted planning permission for an expansion of their Ballygar sawmill to protect its business from the impacts of Brexit. The...

Free event to help businesses get Brexit ready

The British Irish Chamber of Commerce and Ulster Bank are holding a free event in Galway for businesses looking beyond the Brexit at the...

Brexit could worsen shortage of nurses INMO warns

The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation is raising concerns that Brexit could make Ireland's chronic nursing shortage even worse. Irish nurses and midwives would be...

What steps can Galway businesses take ahead of Brexit?

With Boris at the wheel in London steering the United Kingdom into a no-deal Brexit, there are concerns about what this will mean for...

Carbon Nightclub set to become latest Wetherspoons in Ireland

Carbon Nightclub in Eglinton Street is set to become the newest Wetherspoons in the Republic of Ireland after the English pub company confirmed it...

President Higgins says Brits are “throwing a tantrum” during German visit

President Michael D Higgins has said that 'our nearest neighbours are throwing a tantrum' during a three-day visit to Germany this week. The President made the...

Customs training workshop for businesses that trade with the UK

Galway's Local Enterprise Office is holding a Customs Training workshop for local businesses that trade with the UK to prepare for Brexit. The workshop will...

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...

Galway conference will look at the future of British-Irish relations after Brexit

A two day conference taking place in Galway will look at what the future might hold British-Irish relations once that Brexit...

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...

Three percent fall in new car sales in Galway

The number of new cars sold in Galway dropped by more than three percent in 2018 according to new figures. Statistics released today by the...

Local company Skylark stairs beats Brexit slump to become bigger than ever

After almost collapsing when it's business dried up with Brexit, Galway based stair manufacturers Skylark have turned it around to become a €1 million...
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Galway awarded over €1 million to refurbish vacant social housing

Galway City and County Councils have been awarded over a million euro between them to refurbish vacant, council owned social housing so it can...
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