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‘Make a Break for Galway’ this Autumn for your staycation

A new tourism initiative is pushing people in Ireland to 'Make a Break for Galway' this year for their holidays, pushing Galway city a...

CBD Oil – What’s in the future for this young industry?

When something new comes into the public consciousness, an idea, a service, or a product, it often spends a long time in the background,...

Students urged to use caution before leasing accommodation this year

Students are being advised to exercise extreme caution before signing up to a lease for accommodation this year, as it's still uncertain what the...

Condition Red warning for extreme forest fire risk

The Department of Agriculture has issued a Condition Red warning for an extreme forest fire risk in Ireland this week. The forest fire warning sue...

Netflix reveals new series and films to be released in May

As populations across the world are confined to their homes during the pandemic, millions have turned to Netflix to pass the time. The steaming service...

Turf cutters “hamstrung” by An Bord Pleanala’s indecision

Bord na Mona and ordinary turf cutters are stuck in limbo waiting for An Bord Pleanála to make a decision on peat harvesting a...

Warning issued after spike in fake landlord scams reported in Galway

A national housing charity has warned that it has seen an increase in the number of rent-related scams in in Galway in recent weeks. Threshold's...

Blood pressure treatment guidelines called into question by Galway study

Up to 150,000 Irish patients who could be affected by new, lower thresholds for high blood pressure treatment might not need any increase in...

Credit Unions “crucified” by Central Bank Fitzmaurice accuses

Credit Unions have been "crucified" by the Central Bank for years now a Galway TD has said, blaming 'Big Brother' tactics for closures. Galway-Roscommon TD...

Status yellow weather warning issued for Galway

Met Eireann has issued a status yellow weather warning for Galway today warning of "severe and damaging gusts" until the later afternoon. The weather warning...

The financial benefits of tying the knot

Romance and commitment are all well and good when deciding to tie the knot with your partner, but what are the financial advantages of...

Construction Industry Federation says drawn out planning process delaying housing and infrastructure in the west

The western branch of the Construction Industry Federation has said the government must review the planning system to ensure that housing and infrastructure projects...

Man sentenced for shouting obscenities at wife in breach of barring order

A man was sentenced to four months in prison for breaching a barring order against him when he shouted obscenities at his wife late...

NGOs and community organisations awarded €18.5 million

Nearly €20 million has been allocated to NGOs and civil society organisations in Galway and around Ireland to support their work in the community. Funding...

Galway City Central Preview: What do your candidates stand for?

The Galway City Central Ward is one of the more unpredictable wards. There is a total of 16 candidates running in the Ward with 6...

€6 million spent on homelessness services in Galway in 2018

Almost €6 million was spent on homelessness services in Galway city and county in 2018. New figures from the Homelessness Financial Report End of Year...

More than 300 homeless in Galway in March as numbers continue to climb

More than 300 people were homeless in Galway last month according to the latest figures. The Department of Housing released a report saying that there...

Overuse of cholesterol medication statins worth millions each year

A recent study at NUI Galway found that the cholesterol lowering medication Statins are highly overused in Ireland, with tens of millions in associated...

Dealing With A Rogue Landlord

Landlord and Tenant are two words which have deep historical roots in Ireland. Often followed by a dreaded word: “eviction”. Back to Famine times, the...

Demonstrators call for radical solutions to housing crisis at Raise the Roof rally

Crowds of demonstrators gathered for a Raise the Roof rally in Eyre Square this afternoon calling for radical action to tackle the housing crisis...

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