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City cemeteries to start reopening from May 18

Bohermore and Rahoon cemeteries in Galway City will begin reopening to visitors from May 18 when the country starts lifting its Covid-19 public restrictions. The...

‘Change Our Streets’ Open Letter to City Council signed by 200 organisations and individuals

Nearly 200 organisations and individuals have signed an Open Letter which was sent to Galway City Council today offering creative ideas on how we...

Galway City Innovation District welcomes new CEO

Galway City Innovation District has welcomed the appointment of Mary Rodgers as its new CEO after more than four years with the company. Galway City...

City Hall lights up red on May Day to recognise essential workers

Galway City Council will mark the day this year by illuminating City Hall in red tonight. The first of May has been celebrated in Ireland...

City council seeks long term housing leases from private landlords

Galway City Council is inviting residential property owners to contact them about leasing their properties to the council for long term housing needs. The council...

City councillor calls for tougher stance on illegal bonfires

A City Councillor is calling for a tougher and more unified approach to tackling illegal bonfires which he said have been cropping up on...

Galway Pride 2020 summer festival cancelled

The 2020 Galway Pride Festival which was to take place this August has been postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, with the festival organisers...

Business Forum needed to support Covid-19 recovery city councillor says

Calls have been made for the city council to establish a Business Forum with stakeholders to address challenges facing industries in the Covid-19 crisis. City...

City council says stop cutting the grass in public areas

In a sure sign that people are starting to go a bit stir crazy in lockdown, some are apparently cutting the grass in publicly...

Relive Galway’s triumphs with free GAA archive

The ongoing Covid-19 crisis has resulted in the postponement of the GAA Championships for the time being. To alleviate this current nightmare scenario engulfing every...

Mortgage payment break available for council home loans

Galway residents who have made use of the city or county council's home loan schemes can receive a three month break in mortgage payments...

Galway Chamber calls for abolition of commercial rates for pandemic hit businesses

Galway Chamber has called for commercial rates to be abolished for businesses closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The City and County Councils announced at...

City Council reminds dog owners to clean up after their pets

Galway City Council is reminding people to clean up after their dog when out walking during lockdown, or else run the risk of a...

Coronavirus: City Council launches interactive map of local supports

As part of the work of the Community Response Forum coordinating local groups' efforts in the coronavirus pandemic, the city council has created an...

Galway gardaí ask people not to go to Hare Island

Galway Gardaí, the RNLI, and the Irish Coast Guard are asking people not to walk out to Hare Island during the period of Covid-19...

City Councillor calls for Leaving Cert fee to be waived

Galway City Councillor Alan Cheevers has called for the Leaving Cert fee to be waived this year due to the uncertainty facing students. It was...

Coronavirus: Galway’s community groups to receive over €150k funding

Over €150,000 in funding has been allocated to assist Galway's community groups' response efforts to the Coronavirus pandemic. Galway East TD Seán Canney said that...

Illegal dumping on the rise city councillor warns

A Galway City Councillor is asking people to be vigilant of illegal dumping in their communities, which he says has been increasing lately. Councillor Alan...

Councillor calls for payment freeze on student loans

A Galway city councillor is calling on banks and financial lenders to extend payment moratorium measures to student loans amid the Covid-19 crisis. Councillor Clodagh...

Councillor Ollie Crowe elected to Seanad seat

Fianna Fáil City Councillor Ollie Crowe has been elected to the Seanad as counting enters its final stretch. Crowe was deemed elected the Seanad Industrial...
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Coronavirus: 9 Covid-19 deaths, but no new Galway cases

The deaths of 9 people with Covid-19 have been reported to the Department of Health today, along with 59 new confirmed cases. The death toll...

Nightly water restrictions imposed in Ballinasloe

Night time water restrictions have been imposed in the Ballinasloe area this week due to increased demand and dropping reservoir levels. Irish Water and Galway...

World Cup of Galway Restaurants and Takeaways – Group E!

The last 16 is closing in - just three more groups remain. But first we must vote for our favourites in Group E! Shake Dog...

LEADER boost of €71,000 confirmed for projects in Kilcornan and Lackagh

Confirmation of LEADER funding of almost €71,000 for different projects in Galway has been welcomed. Galway Rural Development has been awarded €35,000 for a biodiversity...

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