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Women rescued from Galway Bay drifted almost 20 miles after going missing

Two women who were rescued from the waters of Galway Bay after a gruelling overnight experience had drifted almost 20 miles from where they...

Missing paddle boarders found alive after overnight odyssey

Two paddle boarders who went missing in Galway Bay overnight have been found alive after extensive searches this morning. The two young women, aged 17...

Search continues for two women missing after paddle boarding in Galway Bay

Searches are continuing today for two young young women who were reported missing in Galway Bay on Wednesday evening after they failed to return...

Navy rescues ship drifting towards the rocks off Galway coast

The Irish Naval Service have been praised for rescuing a tanker ship full of oil drifting towards a rocky stretch of island off the...

Galway Bay Swim re-imagined for 2020 to help Cancer Care West

The annual Frances Thornton Memorial Galway Bay Swim in aid of Cancer Care West will be reimagined this year to help support this vital...

Nimmo the dolphin returns to Galway Bay

The beaches and waters of Galway Bay in the city might have emptied of humans, but Nimmo the dolphin has taken advantage of the...

Seven marine tech projects win funding for Galway Bay testing

Galway's Marine Institute has awarded funding to seven projects by universities, institutes of technology, and private enterprises testing marine technology in Galway Bay. The Marine...

First Common Tern chick takes flight from floating raft in Galway

For the first time, a Common Tern chick has taken flight from a floating raft in Galway, Conservation Volunteers Galway has announced. Most of the...

Almost 130 people swimming Galway Bay for Cancer Care West

Now in its 14th year, the Frances Thornton Memorial Galway Bay Swim in aid of Cancer Care West returns to the waters of Galway...

State of the art ocean monitoring bouy testing in Galway Bay

A state of the art ocean monitoring buoy powered by wave energy is being tested in Galway Bay. The test facilities at SmartBay Marine and...

Lack of safety equipment contributed to death of fisherman on Galway Bay

A newly released report into the death of a fisherman on Galway Bay in 2017 has said that a lack of safety equipment aboard...

New programme for international Marine Science students dives into life in Galway Bay

International Marine Biology students will get an in-depth look at life in Galway Bay and beyond as part of a new tailor made programme...

Spiddal teacher challenging offshore energy projects in court

The Commercial Court will hear a challenge to a decision allowing renewable offshore energy projects to be tested off the coast of An Spidéal. Máire...

New Salthill restaurant Wilde’s opens on the Prom

Galway gourmets will be pleased to hear about the recent soft opening of new Salthill restaurant Wilde's on the Bay. Located right on the Prom,...
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“I’m very afraid” – Senator on the rise of the far-right in Ireland

People must stand together in solidarity if the country is to deal with its growing far-right problem, an Independent senator has said today. Senator Eileen...

Coronavirus: 3 deaths and spike in Galway cases

There have been 3 additional deaths related to COVID-19 reported by NPHET today, and 253 new confirmed coronavirus cases. There have now been a total...

Can Galway United make it four wins in a row?

Galway United return to league action at Eamonn Deacy Park tonight when the Tribesmen welcome Wexford FC to the west. This will be the second...

Moycullen housing plans rejected after massive opposition

Planning permission has been refused for a housing development in Moycullen which attracted heavy opposition from locals who said there is already enough housing...
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