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Senator’s plea for emigrants living in the shadows in United States

Galway City Tribune – Christmas is a heartbreaking time for the Irish living illegally in America, according to one of the leading immigration reform...

Rate of emigration by young doctors leaving villages in lurch

Rural Ireland is facing a healthcare crisis because GPs are emigrating rather than signing up for ‘restrictive’ contracts with the Health Service Executive (HSE),...

Galway-born emigrants’ voice thrilled with Seanad nomination

Freeman of Galway City and Chicago businessman Billy Lawless has become the first person living abroad to be appointed to the Seanad. Billy was elevated...

Former Galway Airport MD on his new life in Australia

I’d been away from Ireland for 17 years first time round, but once I’d returned then, I thought I was home for good –...

Australian companies send out jobs SOS to Galway workers

Australia and New Zealand have sent out a fresh ‘SOS’ for tradespeople from Galway who are looking for employment to consider travelling abroad. Despite hundreds...

Emigration cuts deep into Galway GAA clubs and community

The devastating impact which emigration has had on communities throughout Co Galway in recent years is revealed today in a Connacht Tribune investigation into...

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