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It's not a dog's life anymore with pet talent agency, Urban Paws.

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In typical Galwegian fashion, the first thing we spoke about was the weather.

Look after the little things this Christmas

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Look after the little things in life. Because one day the time will come when you realise they are the big things. And there is no better time to find this out than at this time of the year.

Hundreds of worried students form Whatsapp group to get home safely

Some 200 female students of University of Galway have joined a Whatsapp group focused on getting them home safely from University of Galway over concerns about being followed or harassed in the Newcastle and Headford Road areas.

Hundreds of worried students form Whatsapp group to get home safely

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Record numbers attend Galway Science and Technology Festival

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Galway Science and Technology Festival broke all previous attendance records on Sunday for the much-anticipated return of the Festival Exhibition, hosted by the University of Galway and spread right throughout the campus.

The bare light bulbs and the black skies

In mid-October I had a CT scan at Merlin Park Hospital on both my lungs and groin area. I had developed what seemed to be a swollen lymph node on my right side hip/groin.

Galway exposed to whims of big tech, unless new framework is drawn up, says McNelis

Labour City Councillor Niall Mc Nelis has warned that unless a new national industrial policy framework prioritised the scaling up of indigenous Irish enterprise, Ireland will continue to be exposed to a dangerous and excessive reliance on foreign direct investment for high value, high paying jobs.

Coeliac disease in Ireland could be 50 percent higher than estimated

The Coeliac Society of Ireland has called on the Government to set up a central register for people with coeliac disease after it emerged that the number of people suffering from the condition could be 50 per cent higher than previously thought.

Annual dyslexia awareness month focuses on empowering people to #TrustYourInstincts

The Dyslexia Association of Ireland (DAI) are celebrating Dyslexia Awareness Month this October, the focus being on empowering people to #TrustYourInstincts.

Take care on the road as winter approaches

With winter fast approaching, extra care needs to be taken on the roads, particularly with greater falls of rainfall at this time of year.


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