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Funding for Galway City, Tuam and Ballinasloe under Town Centre First Heritage Revival Scheme

Ten town centres in the Northern and Western Region including Galway City, Tuam and Ballinasloe are set to benefit from funding under THRIVE, the Town Centre First Heritage Revival Scheme, awarded under the ERDF Northern and Western Regional Programme 2021-2027. It aims to allow Local Authorities and citizens to reimagine and revitalise town centres though the renovation and reuse of publicly owned vacant or derelict heritage buildings.

Local hotel staff “shook” by protests

More than 200 people staged an impromptu protest outside Galway’s Leonardo Hotel on Monday after Israeli airstrikes killed scores of homeless civilians, including children, in a Gazan displacement camp last weekend.

Clowns to the right, voters to the left

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Half of the 27 candidates who have declared for the Midlands-North-West European Parliament constituency set out their stalls at two similar events this week with very different outcomes.

‘We need to innovate, then regulate, to close gap on our competitors’ - Cowen

Fianna Fáil candidate in the European Elections for the Midlands-North-West constituency, Deputy Barry Cowen, insists excessive regulation is stifling innovation in Ireland and in Europe.

Chambers calls for urgent action on Defence Forces retention issues

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Fianna Fáil European Election candidate for the Midlands North West, Senator Lisa Chambers, has expressed deep concern over the current strength of the Defence Forces, which fell to 7,500 personnel last month.

Record attendance noted at annual IPG Polymer Conference in Hodson Bay Hotel

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A record attendance gathered in the Hodson Bay Hotel for the annual hosting of the IPG Polymer Conference recently.

TUS honoured by EU Commission for work to advance gender equality

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Technological University of the Shannon (TUS) has been awarded the title EU Newcomer Gender Equality Champion for 2024 in recognition of its work to advance gender equality in education and research.

The cello, you can bring it anywhere

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There is a wonderful flow to Galway’s year - from the sounds and smells of the Christmas Market to the last chuckle of the Comedy Festival, each period is marked by a differing attire. From the tweeds of the Races, to the polo necks of Cuirt, to the summery freckled skin of the Arts Festival. Aliens arriving from space to visit would be able to determine what is on by virtue of what people have on.

Shrooms, jellies and weed found posted to Galway

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by Maxim Kelly

Cello spectacular for Salthill

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The eight professional cellists who comprise Cello Ireland will be at the heart of a special Cellisimo Spectacular concert in Leisureland, Salthill this Saturday, May 25.


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