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More than 50 bikes reported stolen in Galway over a month and a half

In the past month and a half there have been dozens of bikes reported stolen in Galway, the vast majority of which have been...

Roadworks to disrupt Eyre Square traffic until next week

Roadworks taking place on the bus stops at Eyre Square will disrupt traffic in the area until the middle of next week. Galway City Council...

GMIT student’s Remote Robot shortlisted for prestigious MIDAS competition

A GMIT student's remote controlled robot has been shortlisted for the prestigious national MIDAS Electronics competition for his remote control robot. Ruairi Doherty from Ballinasloe...

Next section of Mervue water mains replacement gets underway

Work has gotten underway today on the second stage of replacing old water mains in Mervue, which is due to continue until December. The work...

Galway TDs urged to support investment in childcare sector in Budget 2021

Early Childhood Ireland has written to all TDs in Galway this week asking for their commitment to ensure investment in the childcare sector is...

Galway City LCDC approves grants worth €55,368

Galway City Local Community Development Committee has approved grants totalling €55,368 to a wide range of local groups and organisations in Galway City. The funding...

Coronavirus: 3 deaths and 357 new COVID-19 cases today

Three more deaths related to COVID-19 have been reported by the Department of Health today, along with 357 new confirmed cases. There have now been...

Cabinet must self-isolate & Dáil adjourned as Donnelly awaits COVID test

The Dáil has been adjourned until further notice and the Cabinet must self-isolate from today, the Ceann Comhairle has announced. The decision came this afternoon...

New Covid Plan could be “extremely unfair” on Galway in event of localised outbreaks – SF

Imposing restrictions on all of County Galway because of localised outbreaks of COVID-19 would be 'extremely unfair'. That's the view of Galway East Sinn Féin's...

More than 650 fewer people on pandemic unemployment in Galway

There were 652 people receiving pandemic unemployment payments in Galway this week compared with the week before, as more people return to work. Pandemic Unemployment...

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...

Galway Trades Council throws support behind Debenhams staff

The Galway Trades Council has thrown its support behind Debenhams workers who are continuing to strike in search of fair redundancy. Former employees at Debenhams...
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Coronavirus: 3 deaths and spike in Galway cases

There have been 3 additional deaths related to COVID-19 reported by NPHET today, and 253 new confirmed coronavirus cases. There have now been a total...

“I’m very afraid” – Senator on the rise of the far-right in Ireland

People must stand together in solidarity if the country is to deal with its growing far-right problem, an Independent senator has said today. Senator Eileen...

Can Galway United make it four wins in a row?

Galway United return to league action at Eamonn Deacy Park tonight when the Tribesmen welcome Wexford FC to the west. This will be the second...

Moycullen housing plans rejected after massive opposition

Planning permission has been refused for a housing development in Moycullen which attracted heavy opposition from locals who said there is already enough housing...
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