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Public talk from health experts on healthy ageing

Croí Heart and Stroke Charity are hosting a public talk on the secret to healthy ageing in Galway next week. Health experts will discuss the...

Five weeks of roadworks near Loughrea to get underway on Monday

Roadworks near Loughrea will get underway next Monday and may cause traffic delays for five weeks while taking place. A section of the L4213 at...

Galway 2020 opens applications for Small Towns Big Ideas projects

Galway 2020 is now accepting funding applications from local communities for the second wave of its Small Towns Big Ideas projects. Galway 2020 has €200,000...

Over €250,000 awarded for work on Connemara piers

Over a quarter of a million million euro in funding has been allocated to Galway for improvements to three piers in Connemara. The piers at...

NUI Galway hosting Ireland’s first Open Science Week

NUI Galway is hosting Ireland's first Open Science Week to showcase the best in scientific research and education that is accessible to all without...

Ros na Rún holding fresh auditions due to popular demand

Due to the massive level of interest shown at auditions for new cast members for Ros na Rún last month, the Irish language drama...

Embrace the music of sunny Portugal in From Europe with Love

Galway Music Residency's ConTempo quartet are continuing to bring the music of the continent to the west in the From Europe with Love series. The...

Gaeltacht schools launch online learning pilot project

A new e-hub pilot project has been launched at Gaeltacht schools this week to improve access to Irish language education. This new digital teaching project...

Galway poet Susan Millar Du Mars gathers a quarter century of poems

Galway based poet Susan Millar DuMars has gathered together a selection of her finest poems from the past 25 years, as well as a...

Snow and ice weather warning issued for Galway

A status yellow weather warning for snow and ice has been issued for Galway and the North-west of Ireland. Met Eireann has issued a weather...

Over 700 waited on trolleys at UHG in February

University Hospital Galway was the third most overcrowded hospital in Ireland last month with 722 patients stuck on trolleys. There were 9,714 people on trolleys nationwide...

Government support needed for small beef farmers

The Irish beef sector needs more support from the government to survive the challenges of Brexit, Eugene Murphy has said. The Galway TD was speaking...

Plans submitted for 20 houses near Barna

Plans have been submitted for a residential development of 20 houses at Cnocán Carrach near Barna. According to planning documents submitted to the county council,...

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...

NUIG leading new €13 million genome research centre

NUI Galway is leading a €13 million project to train the next generation of researchers cracking the secrets of the genome. A genome is the...

A Taste of the ‘Best in the West’ of Ireland

Changing impressions takes time. And when it comes to Irish cuisine, there are some strong impressions to dispel. “When people think of food in Ireland,...

Mountbellew schools gets approval for new science building

Coláiste an Chreagáin Vocational School in Mountbellew has been given the go ahead to construct a new science building on the school grounds. The school's...

Community enhancement schemes in Galway awarded almost €300k

Galway has been awarded almost €300,000 under the community enhancement programme to improve facilities in disadvantaged areas. The Community Enhancement Programme is funded through the Department of...

Barna students get up close and personal with sharks

Pupils from Scoil Shéamais Naofa in Barna recently got to get a close up look at sharks about the RV Celtic Explorer. The second class pupils completed...

Memorial card drive raises thousands for Galway Hospice

A recent card drive in memory of the late Michael Sweeney raised €2,700 for Galway Hospice. Friends and family of Michael organised a card drive...
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