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Over 2,700 Ukrainian refugees have arrived in Galway

Over 2,700 refugees from Ukraine have arrived in Galway as of 10 July according to new figures from the Central Statistics Office. Galway City Central...

Two further COVID deaths reported in Galway in latest CSO data

The number of people who have died from COVID-19 in Galway has risen by two to 153 in the latest data from the Central...

Census Enumerator jobs still available in Galway

The Central Statistics Office (CSO) has extended the deadline for applications for Census Enumerators until 10 December. Those interested in the 283 part time positions...

Four more COVID deaths reported in Galway – CSO

The number of deaths related to COVID-19 in Galway since the start of the pandemic has increased by four to 138 in new data...

No COVID deaths recorded in Galway in August

No further deaths from COVID-19 were recorded in Galway in August, new data from the  Central Statistics Office shows. The CSO data also shows that...

Eight more COVID-19 deaths recorded in Galway

The overall number of COVID-19 related deaths recorded in Galway has risen by eight in the latest data released by the Central Statistics Office. A...

Six out of Ten Galwegians staying within 10km of home

More than 60 percent of people in Galway stayed local, that is to say within 10km of their home, in the week ending on...

30 things to know about COVID in Galway & Ireland

Cases There have been 64,538 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the Republic of Ireland. In Galway, 2,391 cases have been confirmed. The median age of the cases in Galway...

Irish companies fearing a second lockdown as business slowly resumes

A recent report by the Central Statistics Office (CSO) has revealed that 64.1% of businesses in Ireland perceive a second lockdown to be one...

COVID stats for Galway & Ireland

Cases There have been 28,036 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the Republic of Ireland. In Galway, 517 cases have been confirmed. The median age of these cases...

Galway commuters save dozens of hours during lockdown

Remote workers in County Galway have saved an estimated 78 hours on commuting to work since the country went into lockdown in March, according...

9 people in Galway have died from COVID-19, new figures show

New figures show that a total of nine people have died after being diagnosed with COVID-19 in Galway since the start of the pandemic. The...

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...

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