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Primary school enrollment expected to drop 30% in the west by 2036

Primary School enrollments in the west of Ireland are expected to decline by almost 30 percent by 2036 according to a new report. The new...

Sexual assault reporting low in Galway due to lack of prosecution, says Cllr

A Galway City councillor has said that the main reason for the low level of reporting of sexual assaults is the 'correct perception that...

Madden warns of “information vacuum” on divorce referendum

Galway county council candidate Eoin Madden has warned of an "information vacuum" on the divorce referendum taking place this Friday while calling for a...

Unemployment continues to fall in April

The number of people in unemployment continued to fall in Galway last month according to the latest figures from the CSO. There were 10,244 people...

Unemployment drops for fourth month in a row

The number of people in unemployment in Galway dropped again in March for the fourth month running. The latest figures from the Central Statistics Office...

Disposable income in Galway more than 7 percent below national average

People living in Galway have an average of €19,046 in disposable income per person, 7.7 percent lower than the national average of €20,638. That is...

Galway has an above average rate of people caught driving under the influence

The rate of people getting caught driving while under the influence in Galway is higher than the national average. Figures from the Central Statistics Office...

House prices in West skyrocket by a whopping 14% so far this year

House prices soar Good news for Galway property owners: The price of houses in the West of Ireland has surged by 14.2% through September 2018, according...

More Irish coming back than leaving for first time since 2009

The Prodigal sons (and daughters) return: there are now more Irish coming back than leaving. For the first time in nearly a decade, this year...

Property sales to first time buyers in Galway are down in 2018

House sales to first-time buyers slumped in Galway in the first half of 2018, with only 228 properties sold to first time buyers. That's a...

Galway has the fourth highest level of domestic water usage in Ireland

Galway has the fourth highest level of average daily domestic water usage in the country according to the latest figures from the Central Statistics...

Unemployment in Galway climbs again in July but only among women

The number of people on the Live Register in Galway went up again this month, but only for women. There were 12,489 people on the...

Number of people on Live Register climbs for first time this year

The Number of people on the Live Register went up for the first time this year according to new figures from the Central Statistics...

Nine out of ten recorded rapes in Ireland end in…nothing

Following on from yesterday's ruling in the high-profile Belfast rape trial - in which four men were cleared of all charges relating to the...

Crime in Galway rises 10 percent in 2017

The number of recorded criminal offences in Galway went up by 10 percent in 2017 according to the latest crime figures released by the...

Planning Permission for Galway homes double in last quarter of 2017

More than twice the number of homes in Galway were granted planning permission in the fourth quarter of last year compared with the same...

New stats show number of deaths and causes in Galway for Q3 of 2017

The number of deaths and the causes of death across the state have been revealed in stats published by the Central Statistics Office yesterday. In...

Galway employers urged to help people with disabilities access the jobs market

Employers in Galway are being urged to think about how they can make access to jobs and workplace conditions fairer for people with disabilities. The...
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