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80% of people would consider contact tracing app to help end lockdown

8 out of 10 people would be willing to consider installing a contact tracing app if it helped bringing Covid-19 lockdown restrictions to an...

Care packages focusing on wellbeing handed out across Galway

Organisations across the county are distributing resource packs that focus on mental wellbeing during the coronavirus emergency. The care packs for adults include materials that...

Coillte Forest Parks open and free as Phase 1 begins

Coillte's forest parks will be open and car parks will be free of charge to people within a 5km radius, as Phase 1 of...

Council issues road safety appeal as silage season begins

Galway County Council has issued a road safety appeal to farmers driving agricultural machinery and pedestrians, to be especially aware of one another at...

Coronavirus: 10 more deaths and Galway cases rise

There were a further 10 deaths due to Covid-19 today, and the number of new coronavirus infections continued to fall with just 64 confirmed...

What lockdown restrictions are lifting on Monday?

Tomorrow will see the first phase of easing lockdown restrictions imposed to limit the spread of Covid-19, with a number of business sectors and...

City cemeteries reopen Monday with restrictions

Bohermore and Rahoon cemeteries will reopen to visitors tomorrow with a range of social distancing restrictions in place. The two cemeteries have been closed since...

Stevo’s fundraiser closes in on €30,000 as donations flood in!

In just two weeks, Stevo Timothy will take to his bike to cycle 5km in a challenge that has caught the attention of people...

Wires Crossed tightrope walking marathon postponed to 2021

The much anticipated Wires Crossed event which would have seen hundreds of people tightrope walk across the Corrib this August has been called off,...

Galway City Council confirms which key services will reopen on Monday

Galway City Council has today announced a roadplan confirming the key services which will reopen to the public on Monday when Phase 1 of...

Coronavirus: Connolly condemns lack of support for artists

Galway West TD Catherine Connolly has criticised the lack of support the government is providing for the arts and artists in the Covid-19 crisis,...

Cafes, small shops and other Galway businesses urged to apply for restart grants

Cafes, hairdressers, clothes shops and other small businesses across Gawlay have been urged to apply for the new €250m Restart Grant. The grants will help...

Livestreaming poetry open mic night keeps art community strong in quarantine

Keeping the arts community in Galway alive has been a difficult task, and the Barn Yard is rising to the task with its online...

Galway Mountain Rescue goes two months without an emergency

Galway Mountain Rescue hasn't been called out to an emergency for two months in a row after people took to heart a plea from...

Coronavirus: Taoiseach confirms Phase 1 of lockdown easing to begin Monday

Phase 1 of easing the lockdown restrictions will go ahead as planned on Monday, with new health advice for the changing circumstances, including wearing...

Can people over 70 return to playing golf?

As restrictions brought in to tackle COVID-19 begin to ease, many people who have been staying at home are keen to get back to...

People with cancelled flights entitled to a refund, EU decides

People who bought airline tickets for flights that were cancelled are entitled to a full refund, the European Union has clarified. The EU decided yesterday...

Galway Hospice warns of scam door to door collections

Galway Hospice has issued a warning of scammers going door to door, claiming to collect money for the important charity, cautioning people to call...

Charges for outdoor seating at businesses should be frozen Cheevers says

Galway City Council is being urged to suspend all charges for outdoor seating at restaurants, pubs, and cafés to support the hospitality sector. Councillor Alan...

INMO warns of “severe” shortage of nurses due to pandemic

A significant increase in the number of undergraduate nursing and midwifery places is needed at Irish colleges in order to avoid even greater staffing...
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Coronavirus: 188 new COVID-19 cases, 13 of them in Galway

There have been no deaths related to COVID-19 reported by the Department of Health today, but there have been 188 new confirmed cases. There have...

Ros na Rún returns to our screens for its Silver Jubilee

TG4's Ros na Rún is returning to our screens this week, celebrating its Silver Jubilee with a major milestone of 25 seasons on 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...

Minister Harris launching NUIG developed Active Consent Toolkit for consent education

Minister for Higher Education Simon Harris is today launching the Active Consent Toolkit, developed at NUIG, which will be rolled out at colleges and...

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