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Coronavirus: 16 new Covid-19 deaths, small number of new Galway cases

An additional 16 deaths due to Covid-19 have been reported to the Department of Health today, along with 126 new confirmed cases in the...

Employers being given Covid-19 test result to pass along to staff Naughten claims

Galway TD Denis Naughten has claimed that the testing and contact tracing system for Covid-19 has such "gross failures" that employers are being given...

Coronavirus: 10 more Covid-19 deaths and 3 new Galway cases

Another 10 deaths connected to Covid-19 have been reported today, the same amount as on Wednesday, and the lowest figure seen since late March. An...

Coronavirus: 10 more Covid-19 deaths, but only small bump in Galway cases

Another 10 deaths related to Covid-19 have been reported today, the lowest daily figure seen since late March, and another 159 cases have been...

€5 million announced for social innovation non-profits responding to COVID-19

A new €5 Million fund has been launched to support emerging innovations that address current and long-term social, economic and environmental challenges. The Innovate Together...

City Council approves Covid-19 emergency funding for 15 organisations

Galway City Council has approved grant money totalling almost €30k for 15 community and voluntary organisations under the Covid-19 Emergency Fund. The €29,180 is being...

Coronavirus: 24 more Covid-19 deaths reported, Galway cases rise again

Another 24 people have been killed by the coronavirus the NPHET has reported today, while an additional 107 cases of Covid-19 have been confirmed...

HSE sets up team to examine Covid-19 outbreaks in meat plants

The HSE has established a taskforce to examine the current Covid-19 outbreaks in the meat processing industry following a request by a Galway TD. Galway-Roscommon...

Online events to help parents through COVID-19 crisis

Parents across Galway have been invited to attend free online events designed to help them through the COVID-19 emergency. A series of Planet Youth workshops...

Galway is most at risk city to economic hit from Covid-19

Galway City is the most at risk urban centre in Ireland to the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic according to a report from...

Coronavirus: 29 more Covid-19 deaths, small bump in Galway cases

A further 29 deaths due to Covid-19 have been reported by the Department of Health today. The national toll due to this pandemic now...

Coronavirus: 23 more killed by Covid-19, Galway cases up again

Another 23 lives have been lost to Covid-19 the Department of Health has said today, bringing the national death toll in the pandemic to...

Ordinary Heroes of Covid-19 crisis praised by community champion

Galway's community champion Steve Dolan has praised the work of 'ordinary heroes' during the COVID-19 crisis, highlighting organisations on the ground in places like...

Coronavirus: 19 new Covid-19 deaths, Galway cases rise

There have been 19 additional deaths related to Covid-19 in the Republic of Ireland today, and an additional 330 cases confirmed by the Department...

Applications open for businesses to apply to COVID-19 Online Retail Scheme

Applications for the €2m COVID-19 Online Retail Scheme have opened which offers funding ranging from €10,000 to €40,000 to businesses looking to move online. Eligible...

Heroes of the Covid-19 pandemic to be immortalised in new art competition

Young artists are being asked to immortalise the everyday heroes of the coronavirus pandemic by submitting their original portraits to a new competition launched...

Coronavirus: No new Covid-19 cases in Galway

There were no new cases of Covid-19 confirmed in Galway today, as 26 more people are reported to have died from the disease. The total...

How COVID-19 is changing how consumers spend

The COVID-19 crisis has changed the way consumers are spending, with a huge shift towards contactless payments being seen in shops across the country. Data...

Worrying rise in illegal dumping during COVID-19 crisis

There has been a worrying rise in illegal dumping since the outbreak of the COVID-19 crisis, a Galway TD has said. Minister Ciaran Cannon said...

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...
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