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Baboró has been named “Business of the Year” at the Galway Chamber Business Awards 2023, in association with The Shannon Airport Group. They were recognised for their work with ”the little people“ of Galway and the West if Ireland and in inspiring future generations on the importance of art, culture and creativity.
University of Galway this week announced the recipients of Honorary Degrees at the 2023 Winter Conferring ceremonies which are taking place from until Wednesday November 29, when the Honorary Degree awardees will join more than 3,000 students graduating over six days.
Homelessness charity Galway Simon Community is deeply concerned about the number of children and families experiencing homelessness in the West this winter. The charity has issued an urgent appeal ahead of Christmas, asking people to support them to prevent the trauma of homelessness for families across Galway, Mayo and Roscommon.
The Croí Women at Heart brunch, which took place at HYDE Bar on Galway’s Forster Street last Sunday, was a great success.
Nearly three out of 10 (29 per cent) homeowners and renters in Ireland cite rising maintenance costs as their biggest concern when it comes to their home, according to a new survey.
Galway Chamber Business Awards finalists have been told their innovation and creativity is helping to drive the region, at a networking event hosted by the Shannon Airport Group.
LauraLynn is Ireland’s only children’s hospice providing palliative, hospice care and support for children with life-limiting conditions and their families. The team provides a range of services including symptom management for children, music and play therapy, psychological support, family and sibling camps, short breaks, crisis care and end-of-life care.
Sidero, a GlobalLogic company and Ireland’s software, cloud and digital transformation specialist, located in Monksland, was recently honoured with two awards at the annual Athlone Business Awards at the Sheraton Hotel in Athlone.
Nigh on 100 brave swimmers dived into a cold Lough Ree on Sunday morning last with the water temperature registering a chilly eight degrees and it was all in the name of Science Week.
Turn2Me, a national mental health charity, has spoken about the mental health benefits of hiking, which include a reduction in stress levels and calming anxiety.