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Student Accommodation providers must offer refunds TD insists

Student accommodation providers must provide refunds to people who had to leave college due to the Covid-19 pandemic a Galway TD has said. Roscommon-Galway TD...

Galway TDs call for face masks to be worn in public

Two Galway TDs are among a regional grouping of Dáil deputies calling for cloth face masks to be worn in public and at work...

Roscommon-Galway: Claire Kerrane of Sinn Féin takes final seat

All three seats have been filled in Roscommon-Galway on the sixth count, with Claire Kerrane of Sinn Féin taking the third...

Roscommon-Galway: Michael Fitzmaurice re-elected handily

Independent Michael Fitzmaurice is the first TD elected in Galway, passing the quota on the 1st count in Roscommon-Galway.

Election: Fitzmaurice leads in Roscommon-Galway tallies

Independent TD Michael Fitzmaurice is a shoe in to be returned to his seat, leading the tallies in Roscommon-Galway

General Election: counting underway across Galway

The first count of the election is well underway this morning, with votes being tallied across all three constituencies in Galway.

Minister urged to staff Portiuncula Hospital ward seven days a week

Calls have been made for the urgent full time opening and staffing of the St. Claire's Ward at Portiuncula Hospital to alleviate overcrowding. Galway-Roscommon TD...

Insurance costs trebling for childcare providers

The insurance crisis has seen costs for many childcare providers triple according to Independent Galway-Roscommon TD Denis Naughten. He said that the difficulty many in...

Funding for Ahascragh road flooding relief welcomed

The allocation of funding this week to address the ongoing issue of road flooding north of Ahascragh has been welcomed as good news for...

Negotiations on site for St. Teresa’s Special School collapse but fresh landowner talks underway

Negotiations on the purchase of a new site for St. Teresa's Special School in Ballinasloe have fallen through, but the Department of Education have...

Calls for immediate release of €30 million in bog rehabilitation funds

Calls have been made for the government to move up its schedule of cut away bog rehabilitation plans and release €30 million in funding...

Beef farmers need a “fixed share” of the supermarket price

Beef farmers need to have a "fixed share" of the price paid by customers in the supermarket to stop farms going out of business...

Call for emergency beef summit amid growing protests

Galway TD Denis Naughten has said that the government must call an emergency summit between all parties in the beef sector as tensions continue...

Galway TDs call for opposition to EU-Mercosur beef trade deal

Multiple Galway TDs are calling on all of Ireland's representatives to oppose a beef trade deal negotiated by the EU with a bloc of...

Fitzmaurice condemns government for failing on promise to help people with incontinence

Galway TD Michael Fitzmaurice has condemned the government for failing to live up to promises to support people with long term incontinence. In 2017, then...

Strong public support for expansion of Mountbellew Childcare Centre

There has been strong public support voiced for a planned expansion to Mountbellew Community Childcare Centre that is "urgently needed". The community childcare centre has...

Broadband plan leaves rural communities waiting years for results say Murphy

The €3 billion National Broadband Plan is a disappointment to rural communities as it will take years longer to connect rural areas than hoped,...

Site chosen for new building of Ballinasloe special needs school facing closure

A preferred site has been chosen for a new building for St. Teresa’s special needs school in Ballinasloe which is facing closure over spiraling...

Government approves €3 billion National Broadband Plan

The government has today signed off on the National Broadband Plan expected to cost in the region of €3 billion with the appointment of...

Community enhancement schemes in Galway awarded almost €300k

Galway has been awarded almost €300,000 under the community enhancement programme to improve facilities in disadvantaged areas. The Community Enhancement Programme is funded through the Department of...
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Galway companies awarded over €10 million to develop groundbreaking medical technologies

Over €10 million in government funding has been awarded to Galway companies partnering with NUIG research teams to develop groundbreaking medical technologies. Three projects aimed...

High drinking water quality reported in Galway’s public supplies in 2019

Galway's public water supplies were recorded as having very high water quality compliance levels last year according to the latest information from the EPA. The...

Weather warning for heavy rain in place for Galway

Met Eireann has issued a status yellow weather warning for heavy rain along the west coast today. Up to 40mm of rain is expected to...

Coronavirus: No deaths for the second day, 4 new cases in Republic

There were zero COVID-related deaths reported in the Republic of Ireland today, for the second day in a row. The total number of deaths related...

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