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Choral festival was a singing success

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The third Mayo International Choral Festival, which saw six days of choral competition throughout the county and welcomed 33 visiting choirs last month, was another huge success, according to organisers.

Engineers Ireland president calls for increased investment for biomedical industry

Dr John O’Dea, president of Engineers Ireland, has called on the Government to prioritise investment in regenerative medicine manufacturing technology for the next generation of job creation.

Anti-salmon farm group welcomes election result

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The majority of councillors elected to the Galway city and county councils are opposed to, or have serious concerns about, the proposed salmon farm for Galway Bay.

Engineers Ireland president calls for increased investment for biomedical industry

Galwayman, Dr John O’Dea, president of Engineers Ireland, has called on the Government to prioritise investment in regenerative medicine manufacturing technology for the next generation of job creation.

Galway scientists begin another new Atlantic venture

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Galway scientists and students are undertaking a 13-day expedition across the Atlantic in a study of the ocean.

Cancer survivors choir signs up for Choirfactor

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Cancers Survivors Choir Something to Sing About are the latest choral singers to sign up for Choirfactor- Galway’s own X Factor style choral competition.

Storm waves would have destroyed fish farm and bay, say salmon groups

Waves such as those which lashed the west coast last week would have destroyed the proposed fish farm in the bay and caused serious ecological damage to the wild salmon gene pool, opponents to the project have claimed this week.

NUI Galway report values Ireland’s ocean economy worth over a billion

NUI Galway’s Socio-Economic Marine Research Unit (SEMRU) has published its second report on Ireland’s Ocean Economy as part of their ongoing process of collection and analysis of marine socio-economic data in Ireland — and its findings reveal that the ocean economy is worth €1.2bn

NUI Galway report values ocean economy at €1.2bn

NUI Galway’s Socio-Economic Marine Research Unit (SEMRU) has published its second report on Ireland’s Ocean Economy as part of their ongoing process of collection and analysis of marine socio-economic data in Ireland — and its findings reveal that the ocean economy is worth €1.2bn

NUI Galway report values Ireland’s ocean economy worth €1.2bn

NUI Galway’s Socio-Economic Marine Research Unit (SEMRU) has published its second report on Ireland’s Ocean Economy as part of their ongoing process of collection and analysis of marine socio-economic data in Ireland — and its findings reveal that the ocean economy is worth €1.2bn

 

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