6 C
Galway
Home Search

heather humphreys - search results

If you're not happy with the results, please do another search.

Minister Humphreys assures TidyTowns groups that competition will go ahead in 2021

Minister Heather Humphreys has assured local groups involved in the SuperValu TidyTowns competition that next year's competition will go ahead despite Covid-19. A record 924...

Five Galway projects to receive over €24k in CLÁR funding

Five Galway projects associated with Meals on Wheels and other services will receive funding under the 2020 CLÁR programme. The five Galway projects are set...

Galway TD criticises long delays in setting up parental leave payments

Galway TD Claire Kerrane has accused the government of "failing families under pressure" for the lengthy delays in the introduction of additional parental leave.In...

New Board appointed to Western Development Commission

The appointment of a new Board to the Western Development Commission (WDC) has been announced. The WDC was set up in 1999 to promote and...

Inis Meain residents feel forgotten over long running pier development

The residents of Inis Meain feel forgotten by a lack of progress and communication on the Caladh Mór pier harbour development, which has been...

Remote working hubs could be “transformative” for rural areas

The rollout of Remote Working Hubs represents a "once in a lifetime" opportunity to enable remote working in rural areas, a Galway TD has...

Almost 1,500 more Galway workers receiving PUP this week

Almost 1,500 more workers in Galway will receive a Pandemic Unemployment Payment this week, as the number of people across the country receiving payments...

More clarity needed on expansion of Parent’s Benefits – Kerrane

Galway TD Claire Kerrane has said that more clarity is needed on the provision of three weeks of additional Parent's Benefits announced in Budget...

Libraries to receive over €700,000 to help reach marginalised groups

Ireland's libraries have been awarded €713,000 in funding to help people who are older or marginalised, or have a disability, to make greater use...

Minimum wage to increase in January after government approval

The National Minimum Wage will go up to €10.20 per hour from 1 January 2021 after the government approved the increase today.This increase of 10c...

Marginal decline in Pandemic Unemployment figures in Galway

The number of people receiving Pandemic Unemployment Payments in Galway only slightly declined this week, even as the national total rose sharply.There are 10,469...

Two islands to benefit from over €190,000 in grants

Two Galway islands will benefit from over €190,000 in grants announced today by the Department of Rural and Community Development.Inis Mór and Inishbofin as...

Five Galway projects receive over €130k under Town and Village Renewal Scheme

Five Galway projects have been awarded €132,618 for local projects in the latest round of funding under the Town and Village Renewal Scheme.The Department...

Pandemic Unemployment payments fall by 350 people in Galway

There are 350 fewer people in receipt of COVID-19 Pandemic Unemployment payments in Galway this week, as the number claiming the benefit drops to...

Galway charities awarded €750k under COVID-19 Stability Fund

Charities and community groups in Galway have been awarded almost €750,000 in the latest tranche of funding under the COVID-19 Stability Fund.This week, Minister...

Galway libraries to share in €2.8 million COVID-19 fund

Public libraries in Galway and around the country will benefit from €2.8 million in funding to adapt to the new circumstances of COVID-19 and...

Less than 15,000 receiving Pandemic Unemployment in Galway

There are 800 fewer people receiving Pandemic Unemployment payments in Galway this week, as the numbers claiming COVID-19 benefits continues to drop.The government made...

Galway towns and villages get €134,187 to promote local retail

Galway has been awarded €134,187 for initiatives to promote local shopping in towns and villages and provide additional space for people to eat and...

Local social innovations responding to Covid-19 urged to apply to €5.5m Fund

Funding of €5.5 million has been made available to support social innovation projects across the country which are acting in response to the pandemic. Rethink...

Pandemic Unemployment numbers down to less than half of peak level in Galway

There are 1,600 fewer people receiving Pandemic Unemployment payments in Galway this week as the number of people receiving the payment has fallen to...
- Advertisment -

Most Popular

Coronavirus: 6 new cases in Galway, 226 in Republic

The Department of Health has reported 226 new cases of COVID-19 today and six further deaths related to the disease.Six new cases were reported...

New on-the-spot COVID fines announced

Gardaí will have the power to dish out a range of new on-the-spot fines for people breaching Covid-19 restrictions after a new statutory instrument...

Rare chance to own a house in a popular city neighbourhood

This spacious house in Taylor’s Hill, Galway is an unmissable opportunity to snatch up a property in one of the most attractive and sought...

COPE Galway to mark 16 Days of Action on Violence against Women

COPE Galway Domestic Abuse Service has called on the local community to recognise domestic abuse as a wider societal issue. The organisation is asking people...