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South Galway researcher to receive Lero Research Award

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Using artificial intelligence (AI) to improve brain tumour identification is just one of 10 research projects to benefit from a €1.3m investment by Lero, the Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre for Software, based at University of Limerick.

County Westmeath market rents higher in first three months of 2024 than year previously

Market rents in County Westmeath were on average 9.3% higher in the first three months of 2024 than a year previously, the latest quarterly Daft.ie rental report has revealed.

University of Galway celebrates 25 years of recognising graduates

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University of Galway has announced the recipients of the 2024 Alumni Awards, celebrating 25 years of recognising the universities graduates.

County Westmeath market rents higher in final three months of 2023 than one year previously

Market rents in County Westmeath were on average 10.1% higher in the final three months of 2023 than a year previously, the latest quarterly Daft.ie rental report has revealed.

House prices go up while supply goes down, according to latest property report

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House prices in Galway city and county continue to rise as supply is down one quarter.

Athlone Community Radio to host inaugural airing of documentary

A documentary about the infamous Roscommon executioner ‘The Ballad of Lady Betty’ will be premiered on Athlone Community Radio on Saturday, November 18, at 6pm, and replayed on Monday November 20, at 1pm.

County Westmeath rents continue to rise in third quarter of year - Daft.ie report

Market rents in County Westmeath were on average 9.6% higher in the third quarter of 2023 than a year previously, the latest quarterly Daft.ie rental report has revealed.

Recordbreaking book back for a stunning third edition

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Soon, it will become as iconic as the box of USA biscuits at Christmastime or the Guinness Book of Records. There is immense pride in Galway at the local initiative that resulted in the Old Ireland In Colour series that sprung forth a few years ago and went on to smash every bookselling record in the country.

From days spent under Quincentennial Bridge to becoming a groundbreaking academic

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The third Traveller to be awarded a PhD in the history of the State, Dr Hannagh McGinley (Lecturer in Education at Mary Immaculate College) sees herself as a living example to other Travellers as to what can be achieved in education. Her example, however, bucks the trend of poor Traveller education retention rates, ingrained, although typically unconscious, discrimination against Travellers and a mutual misunderstanding between the community and the education system.

County Westmeath rents continue to rise in second quarter of year - Daft.ie report

Market rents in County Westmeath were on average 16.4% higher in the second quarter of 2023 than a year previously, the latest rental report from Daft.ie has revealed.

 

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