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Farmers urged to be vigilant after sheep killed in dog attack

Galway County Council is liaising with Gardaí and urging farmers to be vigilant after an attack on sheep by multiple dogs over the weekend. A...

Aisling Dolan says she’ll fight for East Galway from the Seanad

Newly appointed Senator Aisling Dolan has said that she will "fight for investment" in East Galway from the Seanad. The Ballinasloe County Councillor was one...

Two day roadworks in north Galway to disrupt traffic

Roadworks on the Glenamaddy to Ballymoe road in North Galway will disrupt traffic for two days while underway next week. Galway County Council will be...

Covid-19 restart grants of up to €10k now available for small businesses

Small businesses can now avail of the Covid-19 restart grants, applications for which opened this week. The €250 million Covid-19 Restart Grants scheme was announced...

Facelift in the works for Ballinasloe Parochial Hall

The Parochial Hall in Ballinasloe is set to receive a facelift to repair the ageing roof and carry out fire safety renovations to the...

Mortgage payment break available for council home loans

Galway residents who have made use of the city or county council's home loan schemes can receive a three month break in mortgage payments...

Galway Chamber calls for abolition of commercial rates for pandemic hit businesses

Galway Chamber has called for commercial rates to be abolished for businesses closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The City and County Councils announced at...

Coronavirus: County Council helpline has received over 260 calls for assistance

The County Council's freephone helpline for vulnerable people seeking local supports during the Covid-19 crisis has received over 260 calls for assistance. The dedicated community...

Share the heritage of Galway with Galway Beo

Absence makes the heart grow fonder, and while people are confined to their homes the county council is inviting everyone to help celebrate the...

Galway prepares for possible late flooding from Storm Brendan on the evening tide

Galway City is preparing for the possibility of flooding once again today as the last of Storm Brendan comes with the evening high tide. A...

Tuam’s extraordinary 340 million year old fossil to be unveiled next week

An extraordinary giant fossil in Tuam will be unveiled for the first time at a public exhibition in its hometown on Monday 30 September. This...

Galway islands go to the polls

Voting has opened on the islands today in the local and European elections, and on the divorce referendum. Residents of Inis Oírr, Inis Mór, Inis...

Labour candidates welcome revenge porn and cyberbullying laws

Labour Party candidates for city council welcomed the news this week that new legislation tackling revenge porn and cyberbullying is progressing. The government has agreed...

Ahascragh water supply to be shut off for leak repairs

People living in the area around Ahascargh will be without a water supply today due to leak detection works.

Appeal lodged against €4 million housing development in Galway city

An appeal has been lodged with An Bord Pleanála against permission for a €4 million housing development in Galway city. Galway city council granted permission...
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Young people invited to share experiences of using mental health supports

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Pandemic Unemployment claims fall by 1,400 in Galway

There are 1,400 fewer people in Galway receiving Pandemic Unemployment benefits this week, as the number of people in the city and county receiving...
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