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On Saturday August 11, the 33rd Streets of Galway will be held, bringing thousands of runners though the heart of the city.
The Pro Life Campaign and the LoveBoth Project have announced a series of six regional rallies entitled 'Stand Up For Life’, organised as part of a nationwide grassroots effort to save the Eighth Amendment.
Creganna Medical, part of TE Connectivity, has announced that it is to invest a further $13 million in its Galway facilities to enable the continued growth of the company’s medical device business in Ireland.
Roscommon manager Kevin McStay was delighted with Sunday’s splendid 2-15 to 0-12 Connacht SFC Final success over Galway at Pearse Stadium.
GALWAY ACTOR Nicola Coughlan, and Galway based comedian Tommy Tiernan, are set to star in a new comedy series from the producers of Father Ted - Derry Girls, which comes to Channel 4 later this year.
The Galway senior hurlers will be hoping to win a second Leinster hurling title this Sunday when they take on Wexford in Croke Park (4pm).
GALWAY CATHEDRAL'S annual international summer concert series returns next month with performances by Paul Kieffer; The Choir of St Paul’s College, Hong Kong; Ansgar Wallenhorst; and an array of Galway talent.
The popular Galway 5km Series kicked off its 11th year with the first race at Ballybrit racecourse on Tuesday evening.
As we come to the end of the year, it’s a good time to remember some of the remarkable accolades our city has received during 2016. Galway was awarded the 2020 European Capital of Culture, as well as the EU’s prestigious European Green Leaf Environmental Award, and was designated European Region of Gastronomy for 2018. The Financial Times FDI magazine ranked Galway City as the number 1 Micro European City of the Future for both the Economic Potential and Business Friendliness categories in 2016/2017: this is a full level or two higher than our rankings in both categories in 2014/2015. Also, NUI Galway has moved up to number 249 in the QS world university rankings. To put that in perspective, the University has risen 235 places over the past nine years from when it was at number 484. NUI Galway is also 48th out of 1,336 educational institutions in Europe in terms of Horizon 2020 funding received, and second overall in Ireland.
Galway has claimed the top honour as the ‘Racecourse of the Year’ at the annual Horse Racing Ireland awards held in Leopardstown Racecourse.