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Serious problems within Freedom of Information system Farrell claims

Galway TD Mairead Farrell has said that the Freedom of Information system in Ireland is seriously lacking and abused by the deletion of records.The...

Latest Daft.ie rental report makes for ‘grim reading’

The latest Daft.ie rental report for the second quarter of 2021 makes for 'grim reading', Galway East Sinn Féin's Louis O'Hara has said.The report...

City Council calls for government to award medals for Jadotville veterans

Galway City Council passed a motion this week calling for the government to award veterans of the Siege of Jadotville the Medal for Gallantry...

No confidence motion in Tánaiste to be debated in Dáil tonight

TDs will vote on a motion of no confidence in Leo Varadkar this evening at the Convention Centre following a two-hour debate. Sinn Féin tabled...

Tourists Arriving in Droves – A Disservice to Our Sacrifice

On 12 March, the government shut all schools, colleges, childcare facilities and cultural institutions, and advised cancelling large gatherings. A few days later, the...

170 citizens to return from Australia after successful departure today

A plane carrying 170 Irish citizens has taken off from Perth, Australia this afternoon and should arrive in Ireland tomorrow after stopping off in...

Thousands of young Irish people ‘stranded’ in Australia

Thousands of young Irish people are stranded in Australia because of the coronavirus pandemic and are ‘begging’ for their government’s help right now.That's according...

Coronavirus: We need tougher laws NOW – delay costs lives, says SF

It is time to scale up emergency measures and restrictions to combat the coronavirus in Ireland.That's the view of Sinn Féin President Mary Lou...

Coronavirus: Confirmed cases in Republic rises by 54 to 223

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the state has risen to 223.Of the 54 new cases, 41 are in the east, 11 in...

Don’t fall for fake Coronavirus rumours, says Government

People are being urged to be very careful about where they receive information related to COVID-19, after a fake WhatsApp message circulated across the...

Coronavirus: Schools, colleges, and more closing to fight spread

Schools, colleges, any many other facilities will be closed for at least the next two weeks to combat the spread of Covid-19 coronavirus.Speaking from...

Coronavirus prompts cancellation of Galway’s St Patrick’s Day parade

Concerns about the spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus have led to the cancellation of Galway City's St Patrick's Day parade along with the rest...

Same day voting on the islands could be in place by the May elections

Islanders in Galway could get to vote on the same day as everyone else by the time local and European elections come around in...

Galway based Channelle named best Pharma Industry company in Ireland

Galway based Channelle Pharma has been named the overall Irish Pharma Industry Company Of The Year, the first ever native company to win this...

SeaFest sets sail out of Galway

SeaFest has raised its sail and set a course South as the Marine festival is leaving Galway from next year. For the next three years...

Multi-million expansion by Loughrea pharma giant to create 350 jobs in Galway

Ireland's largest domestic pharmaceutical company will create 350 jobs in Galway over the next five years at a new manufacturing facility in Loughrea. The Loughrea...

€10,000 prize for non-fiction honours French writer who lived in Galway for 40 years

The inaugural Michel Déon prize for non-fiction will be awarded by the Royal Irish Academy this December. It's named in honour of the French writer...

President Higgins offers Ireland’s solidarty to Greece as death toll rises

President Michael D. Higgins has written to the President of Greece Prokopis Pavlopoulos to offer his sympathies on behalf of the people of Ireland following...

Three Galway researches presented with awards at Fulbright Irish Awards

Three NUI Galway reseachers were presented with Fulbright Irish Awards for 2018-2019.Rita Donnellan, Jasmine Headlam and Sally McHugh were presented with awards at the Ceremony...

Galway health crisis ‘shocking’ and ‘disturbing’ – Galway West TD

A Galway West TD has described as 'disturbing' the fact that University Hospital Galway accounts for a quarter of all patients in Ireland waiting...

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