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Families to get refunds for Leaving Cert fees in ‘next few days’

Refunds for people who had already paid for this year's Leaving Certificate exams have been processed by the Department of Education, it has been...

Athenry Community Council launching online lotto

Athenry Community Council is adapting to the Covid-19 lockdown restrictions by launching an online version of its local lotto. The Community Council lotto in Athenry...

Gaeltacht summer schools receive €4.7 million lifeline

Gaeltacht summer schools left desolate by closures due to the Covid-19 crisis have received emergency support from once off funding of €4.7 million. Galway Senator...

Students urged to use caution before leasing accommodation this year

Students are being advised to exercise extreme caution before signing up to a lease for accommodation this year, as it's still uncertain what the...

Road deaths up 9% in 2020 as Gardaí and RSA issue safety appeal

An Garda Síochána and the Road Safety Authority are appealing for road users to take extra care as new figures show that road deaths...

Tenders sought for Martin Roundabout conversion

Galway City Council is seeking tenders for the reworking of the Martin Roundabout in Renmore to a signalised junction. The Martin Roundabout, located next to...

Call for Coca Cola bike rental scheme to expand to Salthill and Knocknacarra

A City Councillor is calling for the Coca Cola bike rental scheme to be expanded to Salthill and Knocknacarra to improve social distancing transport...

The science behind our Seafood

The work that goes into managing and conserving Ireland's sources of seafood, and ensuring that its safe for human consumption, is taking centre stage...

Councillor asks why Galway City isn’t collecting vacant site levy

Calls have been made for the city council to show transparency on why it is not collecting money owed under the vacant site levy. A...

Unlikely meeting between GAA and FC Barcelona in live discussion

A live discussion tomorrow will see the GAA and Barça Foundation explore sport’s role in developing life skills during COVID-19. The event, hosted by NUI Galway...

City Council invites applications to lease allotments

The City Council is inviting applications to lease any of their allotments which become available over the next two years. Galway City Council currently operates...

€15m announced for economic recovery in rural towns and villages

Groups in Galway have been urged to apply for funding under the Town and Village Renewal Scheme for 2020. The €15 million scheme was announced...

New safety barriers on the N65 near Kilmeen Cross fully installed

New safety barriers on the N65 near Kilmeen Cross are now fully in place, it has been confirmed. The barriers were installed as motorists were...

Over 60,000 Leaving Cert students to register with Calculated Grades portal

Over 60,000 Leaving Cert students are expected register this week at a new online portal to decide whether they wish to receive a calculated...

Coronavirus: 9 more deaths in Republic but no new Galway cases

After no deaths related to the coronavirus were reported in the Republic yesterday, the NPHET has today confirmed that nine more people have died...

When Your Snow Globe is Shaken – A mother’s perspective on childhood cancer

By Judith Sibley, mother of Lily-Mae and Director of Hand in Hand National Children’s Cancer Charity. In 2012 when we received the diagnosis of stage...

Professor at NUIG awarded prestigious Global Leadership Award

A Professor of Medicine at NUI Galway has been awarded the Dr John P. Bilezikian ISCD Global Leadership Award by the International Society for...

Groups in Galway encouraged to apply for 2020 CLÁR Programme

Local groups in the county have been encouraged to apply for the 2020 CLÁR Programme, which has a total fund of €5 million and...

Amazing pics of Galway submitted ahead of new campaign for local charity

A creative new COPE Galway campaign is asking people to post their favourite image of Galway on their social media channels and make a...

Two Galway beaches get ‘poor’ rating for water quality

While the overall quality of bathing water at Ireland's beaches has continued to improve, two Galway beaches were at the bottom of the rankings...
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