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European investment in NUIG is a boost for the Atlantic Economic corridor

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The investment of €60 million by way of a low-cost, long-term, loan to NUI Galway will greatly benefit Galway, the west, and the university, says the Minister for Community Development, Seán Kyne.

McFadden calls for progress on Technical Universities Bill

Athlone based Senator, Gabrielle McFadden has called for progress on the Technical Universities Bill, one provision of which would allow ITs such as Athlone Institute of Technology to apply for university status.

AIT rises up the rankings to become Ireland’s top IT

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NUI Galway secures Sunday Times University of the Year title

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NUI Galway has been named 'University of the Year 2018' in the Sunday Times University Guide, securing the prestigious accolade for a third time, having won the inaugural title in 2002 and again in 2009.

Galway city needs a pro-business candidate

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As Insider spends endless hours each week sitting in the traffic, he finds it hard to believe the people of Galway, particularly those voting in the city, are so indulgent of populist candidates and those of the 'loony left’.

Tom Hickox to play Strange Brew

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TOM HICKOX has music in the blood. His father, Richard Hickox, is one of Britain's most renowned conductors, while his mother was an orchestral timpanist. Tom however has pursued the path of singer-songwriter, rather than classical musician.

Over The Edge Writers’ Gathering June 2017

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THE WRITER June Caldwell launches her debut short story collection, Room Little Darker, at the Over The Edge Writers’ Gathering, which takes place next week in the Kitchen Café of the Galway City Museum.

WhizzKids summer camps coming to AIT

Great news for any children or teens interested in computers and technology - WhizzKids Summer Camps are coming to Athlone Institute of Technology.

Karl Spain returns to the Comedy Clubh

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KARL SPAIN is so much craic on his regular visits to Galway, that the Galway City Council named the Spanish Arch after him. This is a little known fact you should not Google because of fake news.

Top comic Neil Delamere returns to Athlone

Top Irish stand-up, Neil Delamere has announced details of his brand new tour - Handstand - which is coming to the Radisson Blu Hotel, Athlone, on February 16, 2017.

 

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