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Galway NCT centre reopening Monday

NCT services are due to get underway again from Monday when Ireland enters Phase Two of the lifting of Covid-19 restrictions. The NCT Centre in...

Coronavirus: four days with no new Galway cases

Galway has now gone four days in a row with no new confirmed coronavirus cases, with the city and county total remaining at 481...

County’s local development companies announce new plans

Galway's three local development companies have announced plans for the gradual lifting of restrictions in the new phase in the county’s Covid-19 Community Response. Throughout...

Athenry town centre regeneration project goes to tender

Plans for a Public Realm Enhancement Project to regenerate Market Square and the surrounding streets in Athenry have advanced, with tenders sought for a...

Coronavirus: No increase in Galway cases for three days

Seven more people have died after being diagnosed with COVID-19 in the Republic, taking the total number of COVID-related deaths to 1,670.The NPHET said...

New online graveyard resources launched

New online resources have been developed for individuals and communities to record the memorials and heritage of their local graveyards. Galway County Council, in partnership...

Galway Cardiology trials new sensor to help patients with heart failure avoid hospital

The cardiology team at Galway University Hospitals has carried out a first-in-man clinical trial for a sensor that will hopefully allow patients with heart...

Coronavirus: Five further deaths, no new Galway cases

Another five people with Covid-19 have died the Department of Health has been informed today, bringing the death toll in the coronavirus pandemic to...

Saturday’s Black Lives Matter Protest fully cancelled

This weekend's planned anti-racism protest in Galway City has been fully called off after local activists decided to call off the event today. Yesterday, Galway...

Galway Hospice launches Sunflower Appeal

Galway Hospice has launched a special Sunflower Appeal for donations amid the Covid-19 crisis which has resulted in the cancellation of many fundraising events...

GMIT to receive €180,000 for equipment to carry out research projects

Funding of over €180,000 has been allocated to GMIT for equipment to carry out vital Research & Development projects. GMIT was one of 37 successful...

Builín Blasta’s beloved sauces come to supermarket shelves around Galway

Cafés and restaurants are having to find new ways to connect with their customers in the Covid-19 crisis, and Builín Blasta Café & Bakery...

Traffic in Galway city up almost 50% in May

Traffic on one of the busiest routes in Galway City went up nearly 50 percent in May according to the data from Transport Infrastructure...

Public asked to be ‘Citizen Scientists’ in national hedgehog survey

One of Ireland's favourite animals - the hedgehog - is the subject of a new national survey led by researchers at NUIG and the...

Black Lives Matter protest to go ahead on Saturday despite GARN pulling out

A demonstration in solidarity with Black Lives Matter will go ahead on Saturday at 2pm, despite Galway Anti-Racism Network's statement earlier today saying their...

Over 2,000 come off pandemic unemployment in Galway

Over 2,000 people came off Covid-19 Pandemic Unemployment payments in Galway last week according to the latest figures. Data from the Department of Social Protection...

Coronavirus: 8 more deaths across Republic & small increase in Galway cases

A further eight deaths related to COVID-19 have been confirmed this evening, taking the death toll in the Republic of Ireland to 1,658. Just 10...

GMIT wraps up project that made 10,000 face shields for healthcare workers

While colleges may be closed, their highly skilled staff have kept at work in the Covid-19 crisis, with GMIT producing over 10,000 face shields...

Anti-Racism protest organised for Saturday in Galway City

An Anti-Racism demonstration has been organised for Saturday in Galway City - in solidarity with the protest organised by MASI, MERJ and Black Pride...

Another €200,000 invested in eBooks and eAudiobooks for libraries

The government has doubled the funding it has provided for public libraries to buy eBooks and eAudiobooks in the Covid-19 crisis. To meet the increased...
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