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Jessica Moore was attending the event at a hotel in Ballinasloe. An ambulance was called after she felt unwell and she was taken to Portiuncula Hospital where she was later pronounced dead.

Parents of 19-year-old Jessica Moore have said they are experiencing “inexpressable grief”following their daughter’s death after she became ill at a d(...)

Seán Canney: Under “expenditure on policy formulation”, Mr Canney listed different restaurants such as Bang (€140), the Sussex (€208), Matt the Thresher (€332), The Ivy (€92), La Cave (€86) and Fire (€122). Photograph: Alan Betson

A Minister of State submitted receipts from leading restaurants near Leinster House as part of “expenditure on policy formulation” permitted under Sta(...)

The report’s findings presented a picture of poverty and social exclusion for hundreds of Traveller adults and children across Galway city and county

Travellers in Galway continue to live in overcrowded, damp and mouldy accommodation with overflowing sewerage, insecure electricity, rat and fly infes(...)

Fine Gael European election candidate Maria Walsh dancing with party leader and Taoiseach Leo Varadkar in Galway. Photograph: Andrew Downes

Away from the bright sunlight, deep in the gloomy windowless interior of Loughrea Mart, we pass the cattle and sheep rings and arrive at an ante-room.(...)

The drugs which were seized. Photograph: An Garda Síochána

Over €300,000 worth of drugs and a firearm have been seized after searches in Co Galway. The operation by the divisional drug unit in Galway assiste(...)

Gardaí  said they are investigating all of the circumstances surrounding the death.

A man arrested over the death of an elderly woman following an incident on a farm earlier this year has been released from custody without charge. Th(...)

McDermott’s Castle: the guide is set at €90k

A majestic castle set on an island in Lough Key in Co Roscommon is one of the most striking lots for sale in the upcoming BidX1 pre-Christmas auction.(...)

Ireland’s industry superstars give cause for optimism.

Talk about pharma and medtech in Ireland and the presumption is always that the conversation relates to multinational giants, tax breaks and governmen(...)

Chanelle founder and owner Michael Burke: “We’ve doubled turnover in the last five years, and expect to double turnover again within the next five years.” Photograph: Michael Dillon

Ireland’s largest indigenous drug company has announced an €86 million investment plan that will see the creation of 350 jobs over the next five years(...)

Sinn Féin TD John Brady said: “Despite all the rhetoric, it speaks volumes that the government, as the largest employer in the State, has such a low level of charging points.” Photograph:  Tolga Akmen/AFP/Getty Images

Government departments have installed just six electric car chargers to be shared by their 35,000 staff, new figures show. Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, Tá(...)

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