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Galwegians urged to apply to join An Garda Síochána during new recruitment campaign

Galwegians interested in joining An Garda Síochána have been urged to consider applying during this year's recruitment campaign which was launched recently.East Galway TD Ciaran...

European Commission to stand behind Irish farmers ahead of Brexit

The European Commission has launched a useful new online portal for farmers and agri-food operators who want to find out more about the European...

Secondary schools in Galway to begin sharing teachers

Schools in Galway have been urged to sign up to a new scheme which will allow post-primary schools to share teachers in priority...

Galway youth groups to benefit from €11m funding

Youth groups across County Galway will benefit from new funding of €11.1m which has been announced for a variety of youth organisations across Ireland.Minister...

South Galway’s Ulster migrant past has huge tourist potential

The cultural legacy of the ‘Ultachs’, migrants from the north of Ireland to South Galway, has huge tourist potential. That's according to Minister Ciaran Cannon...

Craughwell students launch 2019 Irish Aid Awards

Students at Craughwell National School launched the 2019 Our World irish Aid Awards this week with Galway East TD and Minister of State for...

Over €500,000 secured for outdoor recreational projects across Galway

Outdoor recreation projects across County Galway are set to receive €537,000 as part of the 2018 Outdoor Recreation Infrastructure Scheme, it has been confirmed. Among...

Galway TDs divided as Anti-Eviction Bill passes Dáil vote

The Anti-Eviction Bill beat the government to pass through the Dáil yesterday, with just two Galway representatives voting in favour of the bill. People Before...

New Clarin College school building project takes a major step forward

Construction of a new 1,000 pupil school building for Clarin College in Athenry has taken a big step forward this week as a contractor...

Government reviewing re-opening Athenry to Claremorris rail line

The government is reviewing whether to extend the Western Rail Corridor to include the closed rail line between Athenry and Claremorris, Co. Mayo. Minister for...
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A 28 year old man faces trial for allegedly assaulting a woman and making threats to kill or seriously harm her.Darren Duggan (28), with...

Number of COVID-19 patients in Galway hospitals rises

The number of people at Galway hospitals diagnosed with COVID-19 has increased to 22 according to the latest HSE figures.The latest figures show 17...

“Clothes are not essential” says Minister of State in Prime Time clash last night

Minister of State Damien English has defended the current government restricitons on retail outlets, saying 'clothes are not essential' items.In a debate with Clare...

Galway United headed to the play-offs on Saturday after all

Galway United will be heading to the First Division play-offs this weekend after all, as a result of Wexford winning their arbitration appeal.The Tribesmen...