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Start-up aquatic company Konree making waves in battle against sea lice

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Award-winning aquatech start-up Konree Innovation is making waves with its ground-breaking deep science-led technology aimed at eliminating the issue of sea lice in salmon and fish farming.

Winner of Win a Home in Oranmore competition announced at culmination of successful fundraising campaign

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The winner of the Maree Oranmore FC Win a Home in Oranmore competition was announced live on Friday July 21 at the Galway Bay Golf Resort in Renville, Oranmore with independent auditor Des O'Brien of DHKN overseeing the action. It was also live streamed to more than 10,000 online viewers. The competition lines closed for ticket sales at 5.30pm on Friday June 21 and finished with a staggering 16,061 total tickets in the draw, making it the most successful win a home draw to take place in the island of Ireland.

JE Cairnes School of Business and Economics celebrates milestone

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The JE Cairnes School of Business and Economics at University of Galway has reached the significant milestone of its 100th Study Abroad partnership, the school announced this week.

Yeats’ Tower summer artists selected

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Two artists have been selected for the 2024 Thoor Ballylee artists in residence programme.

Claregalway harper releases debut

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Based in Claregalway, but hailing from Ballindine, harper Holly Geraghty will release her debut album Musical Musings from Mayo online this weekend, and in Matt Molly’s Pub in Westport next Wednesday, June 26, at 8pm.

Secure your dream USA summer - final call for USIT’s Camp USA 2024 applications

Young people aspiring for a memorable summer in the USA should apply for USIT’s 2024 Camp USA Programme by midnight on Monday, April 15, to secure their ideal camp placement in time.

Maté in Galway to speak on trauma and Gaza

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Musical theatre composer, therapist and political activist Daniel Maté will speak at an event in Galway this month, including a blend of traditional Irish and Palestinian music.

Galway honours the legacy of JFK in the Wreath Placement Ceremony for U.S. Presidents’ Day

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Galway was the focus last week when the White House Historical Association (WHHA) partnered with U.S. embassies and consulates around the world, including The Friends of the White House Historical Association in Ireland, for the third annual WHHA U.S. Presidents’ Day placing of wreaths.

Discover the world’s best stargazing sites

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Stargazers looking for the best spots to see some of the galaxy’s most breathtaking constellations are being advised on top locations around the world.

Western Way national trail in Galway now a part of International Appalachian Trail

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The Mám Éan Geotrail was launched in January at Ionad Pobail an Mháma with two guest speakers. Brian McConnell, retired principal geologist at Geological Survey Ireland, highlighted the geological connections with North America. Frank Conroy of Maam community gave a fascinating account of the local history and folklore linked with Mám Éan and its use down through the ages by the local community in Maam.

 

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