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Remote working hubs could be “transformative” for rural areas

The rollout of Remote Working Hubs represents a "once in a lifetime" opportunity to enable remote working in rural areas, a Galway TD has...

TG4 welcomes almost €2m in additional funding for 2020

TG4 has welcomed today's announcement from Minister Catherine Martin that the station will be allocated a further €1.9 million in 2020. The extra funding due...

More clarity needed on expansion of Parent’s Benefits – Kerrane

Galway TD Claire Kerrane has said that more clarity is needed on the provision of three weeks of additional Parent's Benefits announced in Budget...

Funding earmarked to build Marine Institute’s new state of the art research ship

Funding has been earmarked in Budget 2021 for the construction of a new state of the art marine research ship which will be based...

Galway TD publishes real life stories of household debt

Roscommon-Galway TD Claire Kerrane has published a document featuring the real life experiences of people affected by household debt. The document includes stories submitted by...

Thousands of creative arts jobs at risk in the West Grealish says

Up to 2,000 jobs in the arts and creative sectors Galway, Mayo, and Roscommon are in danger due to the devastating impact of COVID-19...

COPE Galway calls for referendum on constitutional right to housing

COPE Galway is calling for the right to housing to be enshrined in the constitution in its submission to the government for budget 2021. COPE...

Ask the government to ‘Stop Homelessness Before it Starts’ this Simon Week

The people of Galway have been asked to join Galway Simon Community this week in asking the government to 'Stop Homelessness Before it Starts'. The...

NUIG Students’ Union calls on local TDs to take meaningful action on student fees

NUI Galway Students’ Union has joined USI and NUS-USI in the launch of the Education for All campaign which is calling for immediate action...

‘Deep-rooted structural flaws’ to blame for Covid hitting childcare sector particularly hard – ECI

The Covid-19 pandemic has hit Ireland’s childcare sector particularly hard because of deep-rooted, long-term and structural flaws in the sector. That’s according to Early Childhood...

Day services for people with a disability resuming in Galway

Day services for adults with a disability are resuming across multiple organisations in Galway this month, after significant disruptions due to COVID-19. Galway Senator Seán...

Why Electric Scooters are taking over Galway & Ireland?

Electric scooters are increasingly preferred when it comes to short-distance travel and running errands. The rise in scooter popularity is down to a micro-mobility...

Online Gambling Laws in Ireland

Ireland is an island nation located in Europe. Formerly a British Crown Colony, after numerous civil wars, the island was divided into two parts:...

Multi-million Corncrake conservation project launched

a multi-million project to increase the Corncrake population along the west and northwest coast of Ireland was launched this week. The Corncrake LIFE aims to...

High electricity prices subsidising data centres Galway TD says

Irish families are seeing their electricity bills go up partly due to subsidising the cost of supplying data centres, Galway TD Denis Naughten has...

Call for further accounting of Galway 2020 finances

Calls have been made for the leadership of Galway 2020 to give further accounting of how public money was spent on the project. Councillor Alan...

Construction costs will impact delivery of public works contracts – TD

Rising costs in materials and labour will impact on what can be delivered under the National Development Plan, according to a Galway TD. East Galway...

Concerns about progress on flood relief measures for Portumna

Independent TD Seán Canney has raised concerns that flood relief measures for Portumna have not yet progressed. The measures were first identified in the Shannon...

€400k in grants awarded to city arts organisations

Galway City Council has awarded grants totalling €400,000 to the city’s arts organisations for 2021. Sixty artist-led organisations have been awarded funding which will help...

Galway City Council moves towards using fully-electric vehicles

Galway City Council has this week introduced eight fully-electric vans in Phase 1 of the conversion of the its fleet to electric vehicles. The eight...

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