20.4 C
Galway
Tags Facebook

Tag: facebook

“Planning debacle” puts farmers at risk of losing TAMS funding – Fitzmaurice

Galway TD Michael Fitzmaurice has warned that unfair delays in the planning process are putting farmers at risk of losing much needed TAMS funding. The...

Athenry Walled Town Day set to go virtual for first time

Now in its 14th year, Athenry Walled Town Day is set to go virtual for the first time due to Covid-19. The theme of this...

In pictures: Anti-Direct Provision protest at Eyre Square

Pictures of the Anti-Direct Provision rally at Eyre Square. Photos: Cleo McKeon Burke

Health Services Staff Credit Union issues over €10M in loans in just one month

Health Services Staffs Credit Union (HSSCU) has made history by issuing over €10 Million in loans to its members in just one month, during...

Ireland’s first ever drive-in theatre show as gaeilge comes to Galway

Ireland's first ever outdoor theatre show as gaeilge will begin next week in Baile na hAbhann, Conamara. From the safety of their cars, spectators will...

Aldi chooses Portumna store to trial new 100% recycled plastic bags

Aldi customers in Galway will be among the first in Ireland to trial new reusable fruit and vegetable bags made from 100% recycled plastic...

Rural pubs “facing ruin” due to delay in reopening

Many rural pubs are facing the prospect of permanent closure due to government's decision not to allow them to reopen Galway TD Michael Fitzmaurice...

Research shows 70% of people will get COVID-19 vaccine when available

New research has found that nearly 7 in 10 people will avail of a vaccine for COVID-19 if and when it becomes available. The research,...

Galway projects to benefit from Tesco Ireland’s community fund

Galway projects that support children’s organisations impacted by Covid-19 will benefit from the fifth round of Tesco Ireland's 2020 Community Fund Programme. This is the...

Fleadh 2020 is unmissable – despite cancellation of official festival

Fleadh Ceoil na hÉireann was set to take place in Mullingar this year, but despite the pandemic and the fleadh being put off until...

Galway weather forecast for this week

The first week of August is the first week of autumn in the Irish calendar - meaning summer is over before it ever began....

County Council urges pet owners to take precautions after increase in dog thefts

Galway County Council has issued a fresh warning for pet owners to take precautions after an increase in suspected dog thefts around the county...

Local social innovations responding to Covid-19 urged to apply to €5.5m Fund

Funding of €5.5 million has been made available to support social innovation projects across the country which are acting in response to the pandemic. Rethink...

Worst towns and areas for plastic waste in Co Galway revealed

A new study has revealed the worst areas in the county for single-use plastic waste, with Bearna topping the list of hotspots with 925...

Public consultation launched for new city Speed Limits bylaws

Galway City Council has launched a public consultation on proposed bylaws setting new speed limits around the city. The draft 'Road Traffic (Special Speed Limits)...

Eircom gets the go ahead to replace city phone booths

Eircom has been given approval to replace ageing phone booths at seven different locations around Galway City with more modern, accessible, multimedia ones. As well...

NUIG challenges claim its Medical School paid for infants’ remains from Tuam Home

NUI Galway research has challenged a claim in the Commission of Investigation into Mother and Baby Homes about the use of infants' remains by...

Community Finance Ireland invests in Galway communities

Lets Get Talking Galway, Craughwell Athletic Club and Ballinasloe Town Hall are just three of the projects that have benefited from Community Finance Ireland’s...

Greens’ Roscommon-Galway general election candidate latest to quit party

The Green Party's general election candidate for Roscommon-Galway has quit the party, in what is another blow for the Greens which have seen an...

Carraroe to experience water outages until Thursday evening

Residents of Carraroe may be experiencing water outages until Thursday evening due to a burst water main near the Connemara village. Irish Water has said...
- Advertisment -

Most Read

Coronavirus: 1 death and 174 new cases reported

There has been one additional death related to COVID-19 and 174 new confirmed cases of coronavirus reported by the Department of Health today. There have...

Bus Eireann rolling out new Galway Expressway services

Bus Eireann is introducing multiple new Expressway services serving Galway City to Cork and Dublin Airport in response to growing demand. From Sunday, August 9...

Public consultation on city Bus Corridor proposal welcomed

A public consultation being launched on the proposed Galway City Bus Corridor at the end of this month has been welcomed as a major...

Plans submitted to build 14 houses in Tuam

Plans have been lodged with Galway County Council for the construction of 14 houses on the western edge of Tuam town. Coffey Construction Ltd is...
Your Cart