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Large scale two-school development approved for Tuam

A large-scale two school development has been approved for the Dublin Road in Tuam. It will include a 41-classroom investment for Trinity Primary School, with...

€2.5m announced for building works at 31 Galway schools

Thirty-one schools in Galway will benefit from €2.5 million in funding under the 2022 Summer Works Scheme. The funding is being provided to 20 primary...

Atlantic Technological University to open in April

A President is being sought for the new Atlantic Technological University for the West and North-West set to formally open next April. Atlantic Technological University...

NUI Galway adopts JAM Cards for people with additional needs

NUI Galway has announced the introduction of the JAM Card© initiative on campus for people with additional needs. To mark International Day of Persons with...

€933k announced for 4 outdoor adventure projects in Galway

Over €933,000 in funding has been announced for four outdoor adventure projects in  Co. Galway. The investment will go towards walking and cycling projects in...

€551k shot-in-the-arm for Galway community groups hit by COVID-19

Community groups in Galway will receive over half a million euro in support to make up for the impact of COVID-19. Galway County will receive...

Initiative putting patients at the heart of research launches at NUIG

A national initiative based at NUIG putting patients at the centre of decision-making on health and social care research has been launched. Minister of State...

Positive response to Lidl’s plans for new Athenry store

Lidl says that it has received an overwhelmingly positive response at a recent meeting discussing its plans for its new store in Athenry. Lidl hosted...

Galway TD announces €1m fund for sensory gardens

Minister of State for Disability Anne Rabbitte has announced a fund of €1 million to develop sensory gardens which will benefit children and adults...

Disability day services returning to full capacity from October

Disability day services will be able to return to full capacity by the end of October as the final COVID-19 restrictions lift. The government has...

Department approves 58 home Athenry social housing project

Plans for the construction of a new social housing development in Athenry have taken a step forward, with approval from the Department of Housing. Galway...

New base sought for Lough Derg Coast Guard

A new base of operations is being sought for the Lough Derg Coast Guard unit, as its current building has been deemed unsuitable. The lake,...

Galway Hospice cared for almost 1,000 people last year

Galway Hospice cared for almost people with a life-limiting illness and their families in 2020, despite the challenges of a year dominated by COVID-19. In...

HSE developing telephone support service for autistic community

A new telephone support service being developed by the HSE for the autistic community has been welcomed by a Galway East TD. The Autism Phone...

Ability West awarded €200k to strengthen disability services

Galway's Ability West has been awarded over €200,000 in two one-off grants to help improve the disability services it offers across the city and...

Funding for new toilet with greater disability access in Salthill

The inclusion of funding in the city council's budget for a new toilet facility in Salthill which designed with greater accessibility for people with...

Facebook to provide free training for SMEs in Galway this week

Facebook Ireland will be providing free training for SMEs in Galway this week through its ‘Boost with Facebook’ series. On Tuesday, 3 November, the virtual...

Health Minister to hold meeting on extra beds for Portiuncula Hospital

Health Minister Stephen Donnelly will meet with Minister of State Anne Rabbitte next week in relation to bed capacity issues at Portiuncula Hospital in...

200,000 people “a hell of a lot better off” with COVID payments, says Galway TD

An East Galway TD has said that 200,000 people are "far better off" with the €350 COVID-19 payments than they were before - and...

Galway TD warns of imminent childcare capacity crisis causing chaos

Galway TD Anne Rabbitte has warned of an imminent capacity crisis that could potentially effect the childcare sector as the year progresses and the...

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