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Merlin College in Doughiska has grown to such unprecedented levels that it now pins its hopes on the Department of Education granting an extension to the building so that all children wishing to attend will be accommodated, especially those from the community in the east of the city.
Last week 93 patients spent a night on a trolley in Portiuncula University Hospital, Ballinasloe, which is at least in part due to the failure to provide 12 new isolation beds that were to be opened last April, according to local Deputy Denis Naughten.
FOLLOWING RAVE reviews, awards, and being selected as Ireland’s official entry for the 2021 Oscars, Galway made film Arracht has now been optioned for a Hollywood remake.
Eyre Square, Galway’s leading shopping centre, is due to be brought to the market by Colliers. Developed by McInerneys in 1991, it remains the city’s premier retail destination comprising over 70 retail units and kiosks attracting approx. 270,000 visitors a week.
New energy labels are coming into effect to bring EU consumers a better understanding of their carbon footprint and energy consumption.
GILGAMESH, THE story of the ancient hero-king from the Middle East, and brilliantly reimagined by Macnas, will be screened as a short film in the Town Hall Theatre next week.
Galway city and Ballinasloe are two of the latest areas to benefit from the new National Broadband Plan.
Today’s world is showing no signs of slowing down in terms of innovation. New gadgets and various forms of tech are continually brought our way, with the travel industry on the receiving end of numerous tech-related offerings in recent times. The future of travel is certainly changing, with technology making its mark on the industry also.
When the Town Hall Theatre – the epicentre of Galway's cultural activity - later this month installs its own in-house live streaming equipment, it will mark yet another important milestone on the long and winding road travelled since the Covid-19 shutdown of March 2020.
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