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Ciaran Cannon welcomes EU initiative to benefit Spotify users

Minister Ciaran Cannon has welcomed a new EU Regulation ensuring that people from Galway and across the country will be able to access their...

Award for literature for Irish-born writer welcomed by Ciaran Cannon TD

Galway East TD and for the Diaspora and International Development, Ciaran Cannon, has welcomed the news that Irish-born writer Edna O’Brien is to receive...

Minister Cannon supports calls for improvement to Freedom of Information Act

East Galway TD Ciarán Cannon has said it is clear that the Freedom of Information Act needs to be improved. Minister Cannon made the comments...

Cannon welcomes news of Africa Day events in the works for Galway

Galway city is one of ten local authorities around Ireland which will be helping to facilitate events to mark Africa Day this year. Africa Day,...

Galway students urged to apply for SUSI grants before next week

Students in Galway who have not yet applied for SUSI grants are being urged to do so before the 'Priority' closing date on 9...

Calls for new Health Minister to confirm funding and time frame for Old Grove Hospital

East Galway TD Ciarán Cannon has asked the new Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly to give assurances on the funding needed to redevelop the...

Learner driver permits extended by four more months

Learner driver permits which are due to expire between 1 July and 31 October will be valid for another four months, it has been...

Four Galway organisations to benefit from thousands of euro in funding

Almost €173,000 in funding has been allocated to organisations in the county, with Galway Traveller Movement set to receive the largest sum of money...

Two Galway towns included in funding announcement for rural Ireland

Two Galway towns will benefit from funding announced today under the Rural Regeneration and Development Fund, which will see €13 million allocated to 24...

Tuam Farmers’ Market not reopening, but TD says it could return in “not too distant future”

Tuam Farmers' Market will not be reopening after closing in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The market says it was required 'to adapt in...

Good news for Portumna as Waterways Ireland development gets approval

The new Waterways Ireland development in Portumna has been approved which will see a number of improvements to local water amenities. The €1.5 million investment...

Galway to receive €118,000 in Community Enhancement Programme

A total of €118,000 has been allocated to Galway under the Community Enhancement Programme (CEP) which will provide €2 million to local authorities across...

Galway school shortlisted for prestigious architecture award

Monivea National School is in the running for a prestigious architectural award along with educational facilities in Paris, Toulouse, Dublin and London. The school is...

Historic moment for East Galway as Quiet Man Greenway gets thumbs up

Today has been described as a 'historic moment' for East Galway after the Quiet Man Greenway was included in the NWRA's spatial and economic...

New anonymous life-saving text service launched

A free, 24-7 anonymous text service has been launched to provide support for people going through a mental health or emotional crisis. The text service,...

New community footpath in Craughwell to be ready by next summer

Construction on a new community footpath in Craughwell will begin in August and will take about 10 months to complete,  it has been confirmed. The...

Expanded Summer Provision for children with complex needs confirmed

The government has confirmed that the July Provision has been expanded for children and young people with complex needs - who will be able...

Two Galway Beaches awarded both Blue Flag & Green Coast Awards

Ninety beaches and marinas across Ireland were awarded Blue Flag status for 2020 for high standards of cleanliness, maintenance, environmental protection and facilities. A further...

€50k boost for Galway-based agri-food tourism projects

Two Galway-based agri-food tourism projects have been allocated €25,000 each in an announcement by the Department of Agriculture. The funding will go to Athenry's BIA...

Festivals in Athenry and Headford to receive €6,500 in funding

Athenry's Music, Arts and Heritage festival is set to receive €5,000 under the Small Local Festivals and Summer Schools Scheme. Headford's Headfest online event which...
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Coronavirus: No deaths but 18 new cases in Ireland

There were no deaths related to COVID-19 today, but 18 new coronavirus cases in the Republic of Ireland were reported to the Department of...

Council refuses approval for new nursing home outside Gort

Galway County Council has refused planning permission for the construction of a 50 bed nursing home to the east of Gort. Plans were submitted in...

Connacht Rugby signs Alex Wootton in one year loan from Munster

Connacht Rugby has this week confirmed that they've closed a deal to sign Alex Wootton over from Munster in a one year loan deal. Wootton...

Tuam Bypass closing for two days next week

The N17 Tuam Bypass will be closing in phases for two days next week in order to allow maintenance works to take place. The intention...

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