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Dangerous section of Portumna Forest Park wall which allowed deer onto road repaired

Sections of the Portumna Forest Park wall have been repaired, including one completely fallen section which was ‘highly dangerous’  as it gave deer unhindered...

Back for Business programme launched to help returning emigrants start businesses

A Government initiative has been launched to help returning emigrants start and develop businesses in Ireland. The programme is now open for applications and will...

Over 20 Galway schools to undergo major improvement works next summer

Over 20 schools in Galway will undergo major improvement works over the summer months in 2019. Minister for Education Joe McHugh today announced that 307...

Galway TDs divided as Anti-Eviction Bill passes Dáil vote

The Anti-Eviction Bill beat the government to pass through the Dáil yesterday, with just two Galway representatives voting in favour of the bill. People Before...

Holocaust survivor visits East Galway school to talk to students and staff

Holocaust survivor Tomi Reichental visited Galway yesterday to speak to students in Portumna Community School. Mr Reichental recently published a new book for children aged 10...

New ‘Quest’ event will boost visitor numbers to Portumna

The new ‘Quest Lough Derg’ will increase the numbers of visitors to Portuma for adventure and activity tourism, according to a Galway East TD. The...

Santa to appear at fun Christmas event at Quiet Man train station

Excitement is growing for the ‘Polar Express’ family Christmas event which is taking place at Ballyglunin Train Station on 16 December. The fun event will include...

Urban regeneration projects across Galway set to receive €6.5m in funding

Urban regeneration and development projects in Galway are set to receive €6,311,500 in funding projects. The projects include new cycling lanes, the regeneration of Galway's...

Old Tuam Courthouse to be given new lease of life

Minister Charlie Flanagan has today confirmed that the old Courthouse in Tuam has been approved for refurbishment. The 180-year-old building has been vacant for about...

Galway TDs condemn “stealth” move to merge councils

Galway's TDs were strongly critical this week of a piece of legislation that's been described as a "stealth" move to merge Galway City and...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

We must vote YES to remove blasphemy from Constitution, says Galway TD

People across Galway are being urged to vote yes to remove the crime of blasphemy from our Constitution on Friday 26 October - the same...

Portumna Workhouse to open museum in 2019

Portumna's Irish Workhouse Centre has rapidly grown in popularity as one of the region's main heritage hubs, and it will open its museum next year. Galway...

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