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Fully funded and subsidised courses announced for the unemployed and professionals

University of Galway has announced its annual information evening for adult learners, with scores of opportunities fo...

TDs champion farm protections ahead of nature restoration vote

The Regional Group of TDs – including Galway East TD Sean Canney – this week took a significant step to address what ...

Hundreds turn out for scenic run on 30th Croí Corrib Charity Cycle

Over 700 enthusiastic cyclists pedalled their way through the picturesque landscapes of Connemara as the the 30th Cro...

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Council launches first Climate Action Plan for Galway city with help of next generation

The children of Claddagh National School helped the Mayor of Galway City Council, Cllr Eddie Hoare, to launch the city’s first Local Authority Clim...

University of Galway creates digital babies to improve infant healthcare

Researchers at University of Galway have created digital babies to better understand infants’ health in their critical first 180 days of life. The ...

Crowds revel in more than 50 acts at third Galway Folk Festival

The political anoraks may have had other things on their minds – but the folkies flocked to Galway as well, for a feast of music that combined the ...

Three Galway communities receive slice of Outdoor Infrastructure funding

Three rural Galway communities have received a major funding boost after Minister for Rural and Community Development, Heather Humphreys announced ...

Galway boasts four finalists for second National Dairy Awards

Galway has contributed four finalists to this year's National Dairy Awards- designed to recognise the quality and talents of the county's dairy far...

Pupils from two Galway schools shine at National Water Awards Ceremony

Students from St Cuan’s College in Castleblakeney and Portumna Community School were among the inspirational prize winners at the annual An Taisce ...


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