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US Ambassador to be guest speaker at Chamber lunch

US Ambassador to Ireland, Kevin O’Malley will be the guest speaker at the Galway Chamber Spring Business Lunch on Monday next April 27 in Hotel Meyrick, Eyre Square, Galway at 12.30 pm.

Galway author’s new book on environmental justice

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GLOBAL CONCERNS about environmental risks, climate change, and threats to the planet from industry have resulted in new movements challenging those putting profits before the planet.

Judge McGuinness appointed chair of NUI Galway governing authority

Retired supreme court judge, former senator and lifelong activist, Judge Catherine McGuinness was appointed this week as chair of NUI Galway's Údarás na hOllscoile (governing authority).

Merriment and What Not

MERRIMENT AND What Not’ will be the jolly and joyous theme of this year’s Múscailt, NUI Galway’s on campus arts festival, for both students and the Galway public.

American poets to launch new books in Charlie Byrne’s

THE AMERICAN poets Thomas Lynch and Michael Heffernan will launch their new poetry collections this Saturday at 6.30pm in Charlie Byrne’s Bookshop.

Nominate Westmeath as The Best Place to Live in Ireland!

Is Westmeath the best place to live in Ireland? The Irish Times is hunting for Ireland’s ultimate place to live and is inviting the public in Westmeath to nominate their favourite place. The “place” could be a town, city suburb, a tiny village or remote rural spot, a tiny community halfway up a hill, a street, road, or housing estate. It can be anywhere that you feel supremely lucky to live in. The reasons could be the sense of community, the vibrant social life, the beautiful scenery, the parks and playgrounds, the great local facilities - or something else entirely.

Nominate Westmeath as The Best Place to Live in Ireland!

Is Westmeath the best place to live in Ireland? The Irish Times is hunting for Ireland’s ultimate place to live and is inviting the public in Westmeath to nominate their favourite place. The “place” could be a town, city suburb, a tiny village or remote rural spot, a tiny community halfway up a hill, a street, road, or housing estate. It can be anywhere that you feel supremely lucky to live in. The reasons could be the sense of community, the vibrant social life, the beautiful scenery, the parks and playgrounds, the great local facilities - or something else entirely.

Hospital art exhibition features work of local brother and sister

An exhibition titled Oil and Water featuring new paintings by brother and sister James F and Mary Horan opened at University Hospital Galway recently.

Michael D throws his name into Áras ring

The role of the President of Ireland is not one that is aloof or removed from day to day life, but a position which can allow the head of state the “freedom to address issues which are not being addressed”.

NUIG researchers to learn from leading stem cell expert

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Researchers with the Regenerative Medicine Institute (REMEDI) at NUI Galway are set to benefit from the vast experience and tutelage of leading stem cell expert Dr Alan Colman.

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