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Lidl Ireland announces €39 million worth of goods and services procured from Galway suppliers in 2023
By Hannah Martin
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.
Professor Michael O’Flaherty will begin his six year, non-renewable term as the Commissioner for Human Rights on April 1, 2024.
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.
Galway City Council is now accepting applications for a new Community Climate Action fund for community groups to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions and help decarbonise the city. The funding will support small (up to €20,000), medium (€21,000-€50,000), and large-scale (€51,000-€100,000) community climate action projects in five key theme areas: community energy; travel; food and waste; shopping and recycling; and local climate and environmental action.
Atlantic Technological University (ATU) is from today hosting the 10th International Congress on Architectural Technology (ICAT) Conference at its Galway (Dublin Road) campus.
The national Music Network’s spring 2024 season begins next month with a quartet of highly acclaimed traditional musicians invited to showcase their skills in Co Galway.
RTÉ News has confirmed the appointment of Athlone native Gail Conway as Midlands Correspondent, covering for her colleague Sinéad Hussey for the duration of her maternity leave.
Lidl customers in County Westmeath have raised more than €3,000 for Jigsaw courtesy of the retail company’s annual festive fundraiser, Christmas Trolley Dash.
The colourful look back on the year of sport in Galway by Ralph O'Gorman has become an iconic part of the New Year's reflection on the event on and off the field and tracks over the past twelve months. Enjoy.