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Public reminded Level 5 restrictions remain on public transport

People are being reminded that despite the easing of some restrictions in recent weeks, the 25% passenger limit on public transport is still in...

Confirmed: Level 5 until 5th April, schools to reopen from March

An Taoiseach Michéal Martin has announced that Level 5 COVID-19 restrictions will remain in place until at least April 5, with schools set to...

Breaking: Level 5 lockdown to be extended until 5 March

The Level 5 lockdown will remain in place until 5 March and new travel restrictions will be introduced at airports and ports after the...

New Gardaí deployed to the Northwest for Level 5 policing

There have been 28 new Gardaí assigned to the Northwestern region, headquartered in Galway, to assist in the enforcement of Level 5 COVID-19 restrictions. The...

€100 on-the-spot fines for breaking Level 5 restrictions from today

Gardaí are to ramp up enforcement of Level 5 lockdown restrictions from today with on-the-spot fines for people found to be in breach of...

Level 5: School holidays extended and household visits banned

School holidays are to be extended under new plans to halt the rapid spread of Covid-19 across Ireland. Schools will remain closed until 11 January...

Taoiseach confirms range of Level 5 lockdown restrictions

Taoiseach Micheál Martin has confirmed that Ireland will be going back into lockdown starting from Christmas Eve, with measures closing hospitality businesses, non-essential services,...

Pubs to close on Christmas Eve as country heads for Level 5 again

There will be no free pints served in local bars on Christmas Eve this year, after An Taoiseach Micheál Martin announced that the country...

GRD focuses on welleing and mental health supports during Level 5

During the latest Covid-19 restrictions, Galway Rural Development (GRD) and its army of SICAP, Tús, RSS and CE staff have turned their focus to...

Just Eat to hire 700 extra couriers for Level 5

Just Eat has announced that it will hire 700 couriers during lockdown, as people are expected to order online more often in the period...

New guidance issued by ICOS Marts to managers and customers ahead of Level 5

Following the Government’s announcement of Level 5 restrictions which will begin tomorrow evening, ICOS has provided the following guidance to mart managers and customers. The...

Follow Level 5 restrictions to enjoy Christmas, says Taoiseach

An Taoiseach Micheál Martin has confirmed this evening that the State will enter Level 5 from Wednesday night for a period of six weeks. In...

NPHET recommends entire country move to Level 5

NPHET is recommending that the entire country be put to Level 5 restrictions for a period of six weeks after an alarming rise in...

PBP Galway criticise govt for not moving to Level 5

People Before Profit Galway have condemned the government’s decision to reject NPHET's recommendation to move to Level 5 despite a shortage of ICU beds...

Level 5 lockdown recommended by NPHET for entire country

A Level 5 lockdown could be implemented across the entire country in an attempt to halt the spread of the coronavirus after NPHET recommended...

850 free and subsidised 3rd level places offered at Galway colleges

Hundreds of free and subsidised higher education places will be made available in Galway colleges as part of the 2022 Springboard+ and HCI Pillar...

Senator Kyne welcomes €105m funding for safe reopening of third level colleges

Galway Senator Seán Kyne has welcomed the announcement by Minister Simon Harris of €105 million to ensure third level colleges are safe to reopen...

More than 57,000 people receiving CAO offers today

More than 57,000 young people in Ireland are receiving CAO offers for places in college and university today. The Central Applications Office has today issued...

NUI Galway & ATU get €6.5m for greener and more accessible campuses

NUI Galway and Atlantic Technological University have been awarded €6.5 million in funding for greener and more accessible campuses. Minister for Further and Higher Education...

Over 450 Ukrainian pupils enrolled in Galway schools

There were more than 450 Ukrainian pupils enrolled in Galway's schools as of the end of last month, the 5th highest amount in Ireland. Figures...

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