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Some of NUI Galway's 2019 MBA graduates talk about their experience.
Galway’s LGBT community is a vibrant part of the city’s civic life and its interests are championed by advocate-group Amach! and its sister resource-centre Teach Solais in Victoria Place.
I HAVE, what some of the refined types who rely on the deluxe end of the social welfare system that is Áosdána, would consider a nasty confession to make: though June Caldwell is only now publishing her first book of stories, she has long been my one of my favourite Irish writers.
Westmeath floral artists, Ann J Mina and Mary Weir, are among 50 floral and botanical artists to exhibit at Bloom 2017.
Ms Jo Cox – what a simple name; what a dreadful deed.
"WAKING UP the next morning/Her face is not the same face/The one he fell for on the dancefloor's a smudge on a pillow case...out before she knows/Who says chivalry is dead?"
KIM MOORE, one of the leading new voices in British poetry, will read from her work at the Over The Edge: Open Reading in the Galway City Library on Thursday December 17 at 6.30pm.
This week we delve deeper into our local startups and turn the spotlight to Black Pug Studio. The team from France and Spain moved to Galway Technology Centre to start their company. They are now a year old with some heavy hitting clients and big plans: