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West Be Well new website launched

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A most comprehensive resource of wellbeing, mental health promotion and suicide prevention initiatives in Galway, Mayo and Roscommon is now more accessible than ever with the launch of the redesigned West Be Well website.

REBOOT launches a new range of relevant training and networking opportunities

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Having launched REBOOT in September 2021, over 50 organisations have benefitted from free training and support from industry experts to help their business evolve and grow from the impacts of C19. Now, as we emerge from C19 and businesses need to refocus their businesses, REBOOT can help.

Applications open for popular Postcard Gardens as Bloom returns

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The Bord Bia Bloom festival is returning to the Phoenix Park, Dublin, from June 2-6 inclusive.

Ballinasloe looks forward to improved water supply

Securing the water supply in Galway remains a vital focus for Irish Water with works due to begin in Ballinasloe Town in the coming days.

Groundbreaking new book on Irish trad to be launched

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A GROUNDBREAKING new book on Irish traditional music, particularly the music of the Aran Islands, will be launched next week.

Crews working to restore water supply in Swinford

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Crews are on site in Swinford this morning repairing a burst watermain in the town.

NUI Galway researchers lead 45-country study to better understand sexuality

Researchers at NUI Galway are looking for people from every county in Ireland to take part in a global study on sex.

Crews working to restore water at Crossmolina Road, Ballina

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Crews are on site on the Crossmolina Road out of Ballina this afternoon repairing a burst water main.

Applications open for popular Postcard Gardens as Bloom returns

Bord Bia has announced that gardening and lifestyle festival Bord Bia Bloom is returning to the Phoenix Park, Dublin, from June 2 to June 6. The last two years have seen the festival take place as virtual #BloomAtHome events.

Two decades of The Gradam - Galway’s bilingual business award now oscailte

Gradam Sheosaimh Uí Ógartaigh or as the people of Galway know it as “The Gradam”, is now open for nominations. Gaillimh le Gaeilge, the organisation that promotes the Irish language in the city with support from Galway City Council, Galway Chamber and other groups is calling on Galway businesses to sign up, get involved and embrace an Ghaeilge níos mó in 2022! The team is currently putting a schedule together and they would love to meet businesses and organisations in the city who are interested in using the Irish language to create a bilingual business or organisation.


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