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Medtronic chairman and chief executive Omar Ishrak speaks at the Reuters Health Summit in New York.

Medical devices maker Medtronic is ramping up again the number of ventilators it is making in Galway to meet worldwide demand for the life-saving devi(...)

Kerry Group is offering enzymes free of charge to Irish Distilleries.

Kerry Group has joined the rush by companies globally to ramp up production of alcohol for hand sanitisers as health systems struggle to deal with the(...)

Artwork depicting Tom Molineaux at the exhibition in Galway City Museum. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

When freed slave Tom Molineaux arrived in Galway in 1818, few knew that he had been the first “American sports star” and unofficial world boxing champ(...)

Judge Mary Fahy noted that as the charge was one of murder, there could be no application for bail in the District Court

A pensioner has been arrested and charged with the murder of a 38-year-old man in Galway city last year. Gardaí arrested Noel Lenihan (67) at 7.45am (...)

“The decision to develop the Galway Technology Centre was very forward thinking at the time,” says Niamh Costello, who has been the centre’s general manager for the past four years

Back in 1992 innovation centres were not really part of the start-up landscape they are today. There were only a handful of units thinly spread across(...)

A man in his 30s has died following a stabbing at a house in Galway.

Gardaí were last night continuing to question a 66-year-old man in Galway following a fatal stabbing in the east of the city in the early hours of Sun(...)

Shell E & P Ireland Offshore Inc, a company with an address in Nassau, has had a number of Irish directors over the years, starting in 2000. The company is associated with the Corrib gas project in Co Mayo. Photograph:  Shell E&P Ireland Limited

Two companies registered in the Bahamas and used by Dublin property investor Paul Fenelon for investments in the UK are among companies of Irish inter(...)

Fine Gael councillor Pádraig Conneely called for the immediate removal of the stone, saying it had no planning permission and that it was “republican propaganda”. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy.

Galway’s city manager is “reviewing” the unauthorised installation of a 1916 monument at Mervue following an appeal from local residents. The Mervue (...)