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The joys of walking in nature

Over the last year, COVID has forced most of the population of Ireland to spend an unprecedented amount of their time at home. Cut off from family, friends and colleagues and unable to travel, home has changed from not only being our domestic abode but to also becoming our workplace, our gym and our play zone. But squeezing so much under one roof 24/7 is not easy and it can, if we allow it to, feel too often like a prison.

Mayo company designs floating green energy solution

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SolarMarine Energy Ltd, an Irish Small-Medium Enterprise (SME) based in Co Mayo, has designed an innovative floating hybrid renewable energy system, which may offer a sustainable low-carbon solution for Irish coastal communities.

Listen to Paul Wallace on life touring with Ireland and the Lions

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The Irish and Lions rugby legend Paul Wallace chats this week on The Travel Tales with Fergal podcast about the mystique of Lions rugby tours, whether this year’s tour to South Africa should go ahead, and his favourite countries to tour including Japan, Australia, New Zealand, and that famous 1997 Lions tour to South Africa. Listen to the podcast below or continue reading.

Carty's chance to shine again as Cardiff hit the Sportsground

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Pressure is mounting on Connacht this weekend, and it is all about a PRO14 win to arrest their current slump at home this season.

Studying the impact of the pandemic on Gaelic Games

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“It was interesting that the editors of this collection - they are American, UK based - and the responses we were getting as we were sending in drafts that it was so different to anything else that they were encountering in any other national context,” NUIG academic Dr Seán Crosson says about a study compiled alongside Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick lecturer Dr Marcus Free.

Studying impact of the pandemic on Gaelic games

“It was interesting that the editors of this collection - they are American, UK based - and the responses we were getting as we were sending in drafts that it was so different to anything else that they were encountering in any other national context,” NUIG academic Dr Seán Crosson says about a study compiled alongside Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick lecturer Dr Marcus Free.

Why I choose to study Bachelor of Commerce at NUI Galway

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I chose to study at NUI Galway due to its world-renowned reputation, location in the heart of Galway city, and the warm and vibrant atmosphere I experienced during the open day. I knew that choosing to study commerce at NUI Galway would provide a world class education at Ireland’s best college of business and give me opportunities to grow my skills academically and practically.

Toyota’s first fully electric model will be next generation SUV

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Toyota will next year reveal a new battery-electric SUV, which will be the brand’s first model built on its next-generation BEV platform, kick-starting what will be a fast-expanding range of electric vehicles.

Galway Chamber — flying the flag for the west

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In its 230th year, Galway Chamber has seen its fair share of emergencies, wars, recessions, all challenging them in their different ways. But perhaps nothing has impacted as much as the current pandemic. But in adversity, there is opportunity, and the Chamber has stepped into the role of minder, mentor, and protector of all the businesses not just in the city, but in the region.

'We can have five million kits in Ireland in two weeks'

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Galway entrepreneurs Chanelle McCoy and Caroline Glynn sat down with the Galway Advertiser to chat about their new antigen and antibody testing kits which can be a game charger in getting the Irish economy back to work

 

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