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People with cancelled flights entitled to a refund, EU decides

People who bought airline tickets for flights that were cancelled are entitled to a full refund, the European Union has clarified. The EU decided yesterday...

Mayor takes role as Ambassador to EU project on rebuilding the economy

Mayor of Galway City Mike Cubbard has taken a position as an Ambassador to a new EU project on rebuilding our economies after the...

Housing rights must be central to EU’s Covid-19 response NUIG human rights expert says

The EU should avoid the mistakes of the 2009 crisis by ensuring that human rights, and particularly housing rights are embedded within its response...

Marine Institute Chief appointed to EU agency on healthy oceans

The head of Galway's Marine Institute has been appointed to a key positions on the EU agency promoting healthy oceans and waterways. Dr Peter Heffernan,...

Govt decision to reappoint Hogan as commissioner is clear ‘victory for cronyism’

The government's decision to reappoint Phil Hogan as Ireland’s commissioner has been described as 'a missed opportunity' by a Midlands North West MEP. Matt Carthy...

Galway TDs call for opposition to EU-Mercosur beef trade deal

Multiple Galway TDs are calling on all of Ireland's representatives to oppose a beef trade deal negotiated by the EU with a bloc of...

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...

Three Galway medical devices projects recognised for groundbreaking innovation

Three projects at CÚRAM medical devices centre at NUI Galway have been recognised for their groundbreaking innovation. The...

Irish speakers encouraged to apply for Translator posts at the EU

Irish speakers are being encouraged to sign up for a competition for translator posts at the European Union. Galway West TD and Minister for Irish,...

Former Central Bank governor tells Galway audience the 2008 crash cost us €37 billion

Speaking at a conference at NUI Galway, former governor of the Central Bank Patrick Honohan said the 2008 banking crisis cost the Irish people...

Irish speakers in Galway invited to apply for 72 open EU translator jobs

Irish speakers in Galway are being urged to apply for the recently announced positions of 72 Irish translators needed for work at the European...

Taoiseach says no EU funding for Galway transport projects

An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has warned that there's no "pot of money" from the EU for transport projects in Galway laid out in the...
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14-day Covid incidence rate for local areas revealed in new data

New figures released by the Department of Health today shows that just one local electoral area in Galway had a higher 14-day Covid incidence...

Coronavirus: No further deaths, 274 cases confirmed today

No further deaths related to Covid-19 have been reported by the Department of Health today, but there are 274 new confirmed cases of 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...

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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