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Education and Training Boards respond to learners’ needs during crisis

Education and Training Boards across Ireland are bringing in new measures to ensure the continuity of education and training for the nearly 450,000 learners...

Local Enterprise Office hosting free webinar for struggling food businesses

This is a challenging time for food businesses of all stripes in Ireland, who are dealing with a complete shift in the way people...

Medtronic aims to make 1,000 ventilators a week in Mervue by end of June

Medical Devices manufacturer Medtronic intends to continue increasing ventilator production in Galway until it's making 1,000 units a week by the end of June. Since...

Coronavirus: Small rise in Galway cases as Mayo sees large increase

The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Galway has risen to 112, an increase of four cases from the data released yesterday. But the...

Galway Simon launches emergency appeal during ‘crisis within a crisis’

Local homeless charity Galway Simon Community has launched an emergency appeal in a bid to fund their vital housing and homelessness prevention services during...

New Irish website to buy local products online launches today

A new online market will be launched today which will allow people to buy local products online, while staying at home during the coronavirus...

Coronavirus: Three new cases in Galway as number hits almost 5,000 in Republic

The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state has reached 4,994, with 390 more people testing positive in the past day.The number...

Hand in Hand launches creative challenge to raise much-needed funds

Hand in Hand has been working closely with a group of UCD students to launch a creative virtual challenge to raise awareness and vital...

Childcare providers frustrated by government “flip flopping” on wage support

A Galway TD has said that childcare providers are losing faith in the government over delays to its COVID-19 Wage Support Childcare Scheme. The scheme...

Coronavirus: Galway sees small increase in cases as 17 people die in Republic

Seventeen more people have died in the Republic after being diagnosed with Covid-19, the National Public Health Emergency Team has announced. Fifteen deaths were located...

€1m scheme announced to support Irish artists

A number of measures have been announced to support the cultural sector during the Covid-19 crisis. One measure announced was a new €1m scheme to...

Enjoy the taste of the Burren in a basket this Spring

The Burren Food Trail is making sure that, even though people can't visit the area this tourist season, they can still get a taste...

Coronavirus: local charity shows support for health services

The Galway based Croí Heart & Stroke charity is supporting local health services in their fight against the coronavirus pandemic. For the past three weeks...

Galway based free online education company goes Ad free in crisis

The Galway based free online education company Alison.com is doing away with ads on its platform for the next six months to help newly...

NUIG holding virtual graduation ceremony for over 300 students

More than 300 students at NUIG will be foregoing the usual robes and gowns for an online graduation ceremony next week as the university...

Councillor calls for payment freeze on student loans

A Galway city councillor is calling on banks and financial lenders to extend payment moratorium measures to student loans amid the Covid-19 crisis. Councillor Clodagh...

Canney calls for insurers to work “fairly and honestly” with businesses in crisis

Insurers must deal "fairly and honestly" with businesses and business owners who have been affected by the ongoing Covid-19 crisis a Galway TD has...

Councillor Ollie Crowe elected to Seanad seat

Fianna Fáil City Councillor Ollie Crowe has been elected to the Seanad as counting enters its final stretch. Crowe was deemed elected the Seanad Industrial...

County Council confirms commercial rates deferred to end of June

Galway County Council has confirmed that it is deferring the payment of commercial rates from businesses badly hit by Covid-19 until the end of...

Businesses urged to avail of Wage Subsidy Scheme by re-employing staff

Employers who have already laid off workers have been reminded that they still avail of the Temporary COVID-19 Wage Subsidy Scheme, by re-employing their...

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