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Galway Bay fm newsroom – NUI Galway start-up NUA Surgical has been selected to take part in a new global programme The LaunchPad Lift Powered by Techstars programme identifies top-performing university start-ups from a global network of 20 universities, and pairs them with resources and opportunities to help their ventures succeed. NUA Surgical is developing […]

Galway Bay fm newsroom – Residents and businesses in Loughrea will have no water today due to a burst watermain. The county council says the areas affected include Main Street, Cosmona, Caheronaun and Danesfort. A crew is on site to fix the problem and a traffic management system is in place. WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email

Galway Bay fm newsroom: NUI Galway is seeking 1,000 parents to take part in its online research. The School of Psychology is looking at parents’ experiences of their children’s behaviour. Fathers and mothers of children aged from two to 18 years are invited to take part in the study which focuses on how children’s relationship […]

Galway Bay fm newsroom – Galway Transition Year students are being encouraged to test their innovation in a special Irish language entrepreneur programme. Clár na gComhlactaí is a joint Údarás na Gaeltachta and Junior Achievement Ireland programme and is designed to support budding entrepreneurs in Gaeltacht areas around the country. The experience is taught through […]

Galway Bay fm newsroom – Members of Galway County Council have unanimously voted to explore the use of 250 thousand euro to install safety measures at the bridge in Oughterard. At a meeting of the council this week, Fianna Fáil Councillor Seámus Walsh proposed that the quarter of a million euro set aside for a […]

Galway Bay fm newsroom – Galway county GAA teams were the biggest spenders in the country this year. 1.8 million euro was spent on the county hurling and football teams this year according to the Treasurer’s report which was presented to convention last evening. The heated convention last evening spent much time on the finances […]

Galway Bay fm newsroom – Funding has been granted for the installation of safety signage on the R354 in Turloughmore. Discretionary funding from the council has been allocated by Athenry Oranmore area councillor Jim Cuddy to have the signage erected at the Cahernahoon Road Junction. Locals have repeatedly highlighted concerns over the increased numbers of […]

Galway Bay fm newsroom – The Galway branch of the Irish Hotel Federation has raised concerns that key jobs could be at risk in the event of a disruptive Brexit. Rory Fitzpatrick, Chair of IHF’s Galway branch says a disruptive Brexit would have enormous economic repercussions which would be felt directly by tourism businesses here […]

Galway Bay fm newsroom: A public consultation event about a realignment scheme on the N17 will take place in Milltown tomorrow. (18/12) Staff from the county council will attend to discuss the Milltown to Gortnagunned scheme. The consultation event will take place at Milltown Community Centre from 4p.m to 8p.m tomorrow, Tuesday.   For more […]

Galway Bay fm newsroom – The Brothers of Charity is hoping to build a new special school in the city. The charity is seeking planning permission for the 3 thousand 600 square metre single-storey school at Woodlands Centre in Renmore. It would mean revised access to the Woodlands campus and staff and visitor car parking […]

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