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Galway TDs refuse to declare housing emergency in Dáil vote

Yesterday the Dáil voted against declaring a national housing emergency in the midst of a widespread and worsening homelessness crisis.The 'Housing Emergency Measures in...

Tuam native announced as course director for prestigious drama school

Tuam native Shane Farrell has been announced as the new Adult Course Director for the prestigious StageWorks Summer School in Athlone.The prestigious drama school, held...

Priceless tips to be offered to small businesses at social media event

Small businesses in South Galway will have an opportunity to become social media savvy at an event in Gort later this month. Burren Biz Network's gathering...

A day to remember for Galway students

Galway students from three secondary schools had a day to remember recently when they learned all about the benefits of being EU Citizens at...

Athenry food innovation hub is looking for a General Manager

A food innovation hub in Athenry has started accepting applications for the position of General Manager. Applications for the role at the BIA Innovator Campus...

Local schools encouraged to take part in Kinvara Christmas art competition

Primary schools in and near Kinvara are being encouraged to participate in this year's local Christmas Market's Children's Art Competition. There are two categories in...

HSE prepares for busy winter months

Detailed plans are expected from the HSE in mid-November on how additional funding is to be spent in addition to operational plans for each...

Athenry company saves only shop in small English village

A company based in Athenry has been credited with saving a village in Northamptonshire from losing its only shop.People in Creaton decided to build...

Govt to begin processing awards to women who worked in Magdalen Launderies

The Department of Justice is expected to write to the women who worked in the Magdelen Launderies this week and to start processing awards...

Inspector to be appointed to Gort Garda Station, Chief Superintendent confirms

An Inspector will be appointed to Gort Garda Station in the near future, it has been confirmed. The announcement was made at yesterday evening's Public Joint...

Almost 20,000 people visit Portumna Workhouse in 2018

Almost 20,000 people have visited the Irish Workhouse Centre in Portumna in so far this year.This figure is comprised of regular visitors, people seeking...

Further calls for public drinking water fountains across Galway

An East Galway TD has added his voice to many who have expressed their wish to see public water fountain installed in Galway. Minister Ciaran...

Unemployment in Galway continues to fall

The number of people in Galway on the Live Register is at the lowest number since May 2008, new CSO figures show.The number of...

Remeberance Sunday event to take place in Galway

Plans to commemorate all those from the Loughrea area who have died in past wars or in service with the United Nations have been welcomed...

Galway businesses urged to apply for Online Retail Scheme for grants up to €25,000

Galway businesses have been encouraged to apply for the Enterprise Ireland pilot Online Retail Scheme which opened for applications this week.The new scheme will...

Galway TD calls on Church to engage with Tuam survivors

The Bon Secours Order and the archdiocese of Tuam have been encouraged to actively engage with those affected by issues relating to the former...

Survey reveals main reason professionals are moving to Galway

An improved quality of life and a healthier work-life balance are the main reasons some professionals have decided to move to the West, a...

New funding will improve services for LGBTI+ people in Galway, says Minister

One LGBTI+ organisation in Galway will receive funding of €4,800, it has been announced. The funding, which will go to Amach! LGBT Galway, comes under...

Galway secondary school students urged to join competition to win trip to New York

Gaway secondary school students are being urged to get involved in a competition for a chance to win a trip to New York in March...

Thousands of Galway farmers given payments totaling €54m

Almost €54 million has been paid out to Galway farmers under advance payments of the 2018 Basic Payments Scheme, it has been confirmed. Advance payments...

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