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Éamon Ó Cuív calls for Micheál Martin to be replaced as Fianna Fáil leader

Galway West Fianna Fáil TD Éamon Ó Cuív has hit out at the leadership of his party, calling for a new party leader and...

Micheál Martin says Galway Capital of Culture can have a lasting impact

The Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin has heaped praise on Galway during a speech at the Galway Chamber of Commerce today, but said that...

GAA: Micheal Lundy’s Equaliser Allows Corofin Survive

County Senior Football Final – Sunday, 28th October 2018Corofin 0-7 Mountbellew/Moylough 0-7(Report: gaa.ie)All Ireland champions Corofin survived a real scare as Micheal Lundy fisted an equaliser deep into stoppage time in Salthill.Underdogs Mountbellew-Moylough, who were...

Taoiseach unveils plaque at NUIG in honour of Dr Anna O’Coinne

An Taoiseach Micheál Martin has unveiled a commemorative plaque at NUI Galway in honour of Dr Anna O’Coinne, former chairperson and honorary president of...

Two new school building projects announced for Galway

Two schools in Galway will benefit from permanent new building announced today.St Teresa’s Special School in Ballinasloe, and both the junior and senior schools...

Bail reform needed to tackle serial offenders – Grealish

Bail laws need to be strengthened to prevent serial offenders from committing further offences while they're already before the court a Galway TD has...

EY creating new jobs in Galway with nationwide expansion

Professional services firm EY will be adding new jobs at its Galway City offices as part of a major nationwide expansion.Ten new positions will...

Grant scheme for commemorations by Mother and Baby Homes survivors

A new grant scheme for events commemorating the experiences of people who were in the Mother and Baby Homes has been established.The scheme allows...

Naval Service patrol ship open for tours in Galway this weekend

Correction: This article previously stated that tours would be available Saturday & Sunday, instead of only SaturdayThe Irish Naval Service patrol ship the Lé...

Praise for Team Ireland as Olympics draw to a close

Taoiseach Micheál Martin praised the performances of Team Ireland as the Tokyo Olympics came to a close today.The final day of the Olympics was...

COVID-19: 351 new cases reported today

The Department of Health has reported 351 new cases of COVID-19.The latest data shows that there are 46 people with the disease in hospitals...

Taoiseach confirms delay of indoor dining return

The return to indoor activities, including indoor dining will be pushed back from its scheduled July date, Taoiseach Micheál Martin has confirmed.Indoor dining at...

‘Shovel ready’ Newcastle community centre project needs funding – Grealish

Galway TD Noel Grealish has said that a much needed community centre for the Newcastle area of Galway City is ready to go if...

Saolta CEO praises work of Ballybrit Vaccination Centre staff

Tony Canavan, CEO of the Saolta Hospital Group, has paid tribute to the work done by staff at the Ballybrit Racecourse vaccination centre, but...

Exhausted frontline healthcare workers need leave – Naughten

Frontline healthcare workers who have been fighting the pandemic for 15 months need additional time off, Galway TD Denis Naughten has said.Speaking in the...

Mixed messages on July reopening plans bad for workers Farrell says

Clarity and an end to mixed messaging is needed on the reopening of sectors of the economy in July, and the pandemic unemployment payment...

Concerns raised over cancellation of Galway to Gort evening bus services

Concerns have been raised about the cancellation of multiple evening bus services between Galway City and Gort. Bus Eireann recently recently drastically altered the timetables...

Jobs boost as IT company announces 120 new roles

Irish company Nostra has announced that it will create 120 new roles for tech professionals over the next two years.The IT company, which has...

Confirmed: Level 5 until 5th April, schools to reopen from March

An Taoiseach Michéal Martin has announced that Level 5 COVID-19 restrictions will remain in place until at least April 5, with schools set to...

Taoiseach confirms new lockdown and travel restrictions

An Taoiseach Michéal Martin has confirmed that Ireland will be in lockdown until at least 5 March.The Taoiseach said the lockdown is having a...

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