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Local Enterprise Office offering help to businesses hurt by coronavirus

Businesses in Galway and elsewhere are struggling with unprecedented difficulties brought on by the coronavirus pandemic. Even if they have not already been forced to...

Coronavirus: Number of confirmed cases in Galway rises again

The Department of Health has confirmed that another person has died in the Republic from COVID-19. There are now 25 confirmed cases in Galway,...

Broadcast levy on local radio stations waived for six months

The government has decided to waive the levy applied to local radio broadcasters for the first six months of this year amid the coronavirus...

Extraordinary kindness shown by community on social media groups

As people across Ireland get used to the concept of social distancing, communities are coming together online. Through Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp, people are...

Galway GAA suspends all activity “for the foreseeable future”

Galway GAA has continued its shutdown of all club activity into the month of April, and said that its suspension is being extended "for...

Ireland isn’t on lockdown yet – but we must act NOW to save lives

A Chinese Red Cross delegation visited Milan yesterday and spoke to the media. The Head of that delegation was extremely critical of the Italian lockdown...

Social distancing signs to go up today in Salthill as amenities remain open

New signs telling people to observe social distancing will be put up on the Salthill Promenade later today. 'Please leave the Promenade and walk somewhere...

Barna coffee company donating online sales to support cafés

People have been turning heavily to online shopping in recent days as they are generally encouraged to avoid going out as much as possible,...

Coronavirus: Vouchers up to €10,000 available for Galway businesses

Galway businesses affected by the coronavirus crisis can take advantage of supports available, including vouchers from €2,500 up to €10,000 (with 50:50 match funding). The...

HSE directs hospitals and healthcare facilities to suspend parking charges

The HSE has today directed all hospitals and healthcare facilities in the country to immediately suspend their parking charges for the duration of the...

Leaving and Junior Cert orals cancelled

The Leaving and Junior Orals in Irish and Modern Languages and other practical examinations have been cancelled in light of the cornavirus pandemic All students...

GAA cancels 2020 Féile competitions and Celtic Challenge

The GAA has confirmed that multiple coaching and game initiatives will not be going ahead in 2020 due to ongoing uncertainty created by the...

Coronavirus: Navy ship docks in Galway to assist pandemic response

The Irish Naval Service's patrol ship the LÉ William Butler Yeats has docked at the Port of Galway to help the response to the...

Coronavirus: Tour de Conamara postponed to August

The ŠKODA Tour de Conamara cycling race which was meant to take place this summer has been postponed due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The Tour...

Canney accuses meat factories of “profiteering” off coronavirus crisis

Galway East TD Seán Canney has accused meat factories of profiteering from a global health crisis by cutting lamb prices for farmers. The Independent TD...

Galway communications guru heading government coronavirus information campaign

John Concannon, Vice President: Development of NUI Galway and a well respected businessman and communications guru from Galway has been put in charge of...

Mayor says urgent support needed for small businesses

Mayor Mike Cubbard has said that urgent intervention is needed from the government to support businesses closing due to the coronavirus pandemic. Many more businesses...

Trade continues at ICOS co-op marts with special restrictions

ICOS Co-operative Marts are continuing to operate, but under strict guidelines as issued by the Government last Thursday. Only buyers and sellers of livestock will be...

Coronavirus: Gardaí renting hundreds of cars for community support

An Garda Síochána are are hiring hundreds of additional cars for the force to increase their capacity for community outreach during the cornavirus pandemic. The...

Trolley numbers hit zero in Galway’s hospitals

The number of patients forced to wait on a trolley for a bed in Galway's hospitals has dropped to zero as appointments are deferred...

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