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Coronavirus: 77 deaths reported today in highest daily toll

Seventy-seven people are confirmed to have died from COVID-19 in the Republic - the highest number reported since the outbreak of the pandemic. There were...

People can apply for once-off grants of up to €500 until August 31st

Update: Due to a huge amount of applications, the deadline for applications for this Hardship Fund was brought forward to 5pm, Friday 24 April. A...

Galway medtech companies 3D printing equipment for frontline staff

The current health crisis has brought out the best in communities and businesses around Ireland, and in that vein Galway is lucky to have...

Coronavirus: New cases recorded in Galway as national figure reaches 15,000

Ten more people have been diagnosed with COVID-19 in Galway, according to the latest figures released by the Department of Health. There are now 283...

Galway researchers tackle coronavirus myths in new website

A group of health and medical researchers at NUIG have combined their expertise in a new website fact checking different myths circulating about the...

Ireland set to miss renewable energy targets

Ireland is set to miss its renewable energy targets, according to data in a new report published by the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland. The...

Galway Chamber calls for abolition of commercial rates for pandemic hit businesses

Galway Chamber has called for commercial rates to be abolished for businesses closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The City and County Councils announced at...

GLAS payments for farmers totalling €26 million brought forward

The decision by the Department of Agriculture to bring forward GLAS payments to help out struggling farmers in out current crisis has been welcomed...

Domestic abuse services need more support during lockdown Senator says

Newly elected Senator Pauline O'Reilly is calling for greater support for domestic abuse victims and services during the Covid-19 crisis. Concerns have been raised that...

Coronavirus: Number of confirmed cases in Galway reaches 273

Forty-one more people have died after being diagnosed with the coronavirus in the Republic bringing the total number of recorded deaths to 571. An additional...

Driving licences due to expire to remain valid for another 4 months

Driver licences and learner permits due to expire before 30 June will remain valid for another four months. The move is intended to ensure that...

NUIG developed wipes that can trap viruses delivered to frontline services

The first shipments of a new type of decontamination wipe developed in Galway that could help fight the spread of coronavirus have been delivered...

Social distancing prompts closure of beach parking and Lough Rusheen park

Galway City Council has added to the number of public amenities that have been closed in order to comply with social distancing guidelines. The City...

Coronavirus: 5 more deaths in the West, State records additional 709 cases

Forty-four people have died after being diagnosed with COVID-19 in the Republic, bringing the total number of deaths here to 530. An additional 709 cases...

Coronavirus: City Council launches interactive map of local supports

As part of the work of the Community Response Forum coordinating local groups' efforts in the coronavirus pandemic, the city council has created an...

Half of Irish workers feel pressure to work outside of office hours

The pressure to work outside of office hours and check emails at home is something that almost half of Irish workers struggle with. That's according...

Aran Islands lifeboat carries out two medical evacuations in 24 hours

Though current circumstances mean there are far fewer people on the water than in a regular sunny April, that doesn't mean the Aran Islands...

Coronavirus: County Council helpline has received over 260 calls for assistance

The County Council's freephone helpline for vulnerable people seeking local supports during the Covid-19 crisis has received over 260 calls for assistance. The dedicated community...

Coronavirus: Galway cases increase as state sees 43 more deaths

The number of people in Galway who have been diagnosed with COVID-19 has increased by 23. There are now 260 cases in the county, as...

Tuam traveller community raises €1,000 to feed UHG staff

The past few weeks have seen incredible efforts from people of all walks of life to support the most vulnerable, and most essential, during...
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Easing of driving licence application and renewal for over 70s extended

The exemption for over 70s from presenting a medical report when applying for or renewing a driving licence has been extended due to the...

Man sentenced to six years for life-changing city centre assaults

A Loughrea man was sentenced to six years in prison, of which he will serve at least four and half years, for a pair...

COVID-19: 60 deaths and 132 Galway cases today

There have been 60 additional deaths related to COVID-19 reported by the Department of Health today, one of which occurred in December, and the...

Over the Edge celebrating 18th birthday with January Zoom meeting

The January Over the Edge Open reading will take place next week for lovers of poetry and prose to get a nice booster shot...