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GMIT volunteers making ventilators and vital PPE

Though teaching and much other college activity has come to a halt during the Covid-19 pandemic, staff at GMIT are still hard at work...

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...

Over 30 online learning programmes launched by ICOS

A series of online and blended learning initiatives have been launched to support the co-operative sector, its members and their families. The series was introduced...

Expansion of calf investment scheme welcomed as “essential” to protect farmers

The recent decision to massively expand funding for the Calf Investment Scheme has been welcomed as an important support for farmers in the Covid-19...

‘Dangerous’ 5G conspiracy theories condemned by Galway TD

People are being urged to be careful about where they get their information from online following a rise in misinformation about 5G on social...

Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil leaders agree on framework for government

The leaders of Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael have agreed on a framework for an historic government that would see the two parties in...

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...

ICU capacity doubled at Saolta hospitals in preparation for surge

ICU capacity in the Saolta Hospital Group in the west of Ireland has been doubled to deal with a potential surge in Covid-19 patients. Tony...

New campaign launched to support victims of domestic abuse during crisis

A new campaign to support victims of domestic abuse has been launched alongside €160,000 in additional funding. The additional funding will go to community and voluntary...

Coronavirus: Taoiseach says “darkest days” may still be ahead, but that people are making a difference

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar warned that Ireland may experience some of its "darkest days" in the coming weeks of the coronavirus pandemic, but that better...

Coronavirus: How does Galway compare to other cities around the world?

The official number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Ireland rose to 8,928 yesterday after test results which were sent to Germany for testing were...

Coronavirus: Galway cases rise as Ireland records worst day so far

The number of people in Galway diagnosed with COVID-19 has risen to 169 in the latest figures, an increase of nine cases. Other counties in...

Bishop of Galway urges people to obey medical leadership in Easter address

Bishop of Galway Brendan Kelly has urged people to obey social distancing guidelines, and follow the leadership of medical professionals this Easter. In an Easter...

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...

Coronavirus: Significant rise in Galway cases

In Galway, 26 new cases of the coronavirus have been recorded in the latest breakdown of COVID-19 cases across the state. As of midnight, 8...

Galway team create system that lets two people be treated with one ventilator simultaneously

Researchers in Galway have designed a new ventilation system that allows two patients to be treated at once using just a single ventilator. In what...

GoFundMe fundraising campaign set up to support COPE Galway

A GoFundMe fundraising campaign has been launched to support COPE Galway during the COVID-19 crisis. Galway Hooker Sailing Club, in association with Galway Bay Seafoods,...

RNLI and Coast Guard ask people to stay away from the sea

The Irish Coast Guard and RNLI are urging people to stay home, and not to head to the sea for recreation or exercise during...

Huge reduction in number of people visitng Galway forests

Coillte forests in Galway saw a massive reduction in visitors in the week after the introduction of new restrictions on movement due to the...

Over €85,000 announced for Community Call groups in county

A total of €85,789 in funding has been announced for groups in the county involved in the Community Call initiative. This is in addition to...
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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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