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Online information hub launched for planned Salmon Weir Pedestrian Bridge

Galway City Council has launched a new online portal for people to learn more about the planned Salmon Weir Pedestrian and Cycle Bridge. The city...

Learner driver permits extended by four more months

Learner driver permits which are due to expire between 1 July and 31 October will be valid for another four months, it has been...

Three day roadworks near Laurencetown start Tuesday

Roadworks taking place near Laurencetown and Kiltormer will disrupt traffic in the area for three days starting from Tuesday. Galway County Council is carrying out...

Three young filmmakers win prizes in National Science Video Competition

Three one-minute films have been selected as the best science videos produced at home by young filmmakers in NUI Galway's ReelLIFE SCIENCE @ HOME competition. More...

Contractor appointed for eight Galway broadband hubs

Vodafone Ireland has been chosen as the contractor to provide services at public broadband hubs in rural areas around the country, including eight in...

Galway champions its greatest food assets so people will Dine in Galway

From the 29 June, Galway’s cafes, restaurants and gastro pubs will be reopened, reimagined and ready to welcome people back for great food and...

Young Fine Gael in Galway East to oppose coalition deal

The Galway East branch of Young Fine Gael will not be supporting a coalition government with Fianna Fáil and the Green Party when it...

‘Support local’ says Galway TD as many businesses reopen today

As the country begins a new phase in the updated roadmap towards a new normality today, an East Galway TD has said that it...

Road closure for east Galway roadworks this week

Roadworks which are expected to take two days to complete have gotten underway near Creggs in East Galway this morning. Harrington Concrete & Quarries, acting...

Roadworks outside Loughrea commence Monday

Roadworks near Loughrea which are scheduled to take two days will get underway on Monday. Galway County Council is carrying out resurfacing overlay roadworks on...

An Bord Pleanála upholds approval for Jurys Inn hotel expansion

An Bord Pleanála has upheld a decision to grant planning permission for a major expansion of Jurys Inn hotel in Galway City. The hotel on...

Galway Cardiology trials new sensor to help patients with heart failure avoid hospital

The cardiology team at Galway University Hospitals has carried out a first-in-man clinical trial for a sensor that will hopefully allow patients with heart...

World Cup of Galway Restaurants – Final 16

The Galway Daily World Cup of Galway Restaurants and Takeaways is making its way through the knockout stages, and there's still time to vote...

Saturday’s Black Lives Matter Protest fully cancelled

This weekend's planned anti-racism protest in Galway City has been fully called off after local activists decided to call off the event today. Yesterday, Galway...

Annual support grant paid to 6,000 Carers in Galway today

The annual support grant of €1,700 has been paid to 114,000 people across the country, with 6,025 carers in Galway receiving the grant today. The...

Roadworks to disrupt traffic at New Inn tomorrow

Roadworks being carried out on the R348 outside New Inn will disrupt traffic in the area for one day while underway on Friday. Galway County...

Galway Hospice launches Sunflower Appeal

Galway Hospice has launched a special Sunflower Appeal for donations amid the Covid-19 crisis which has resulted in the cancellation of many fundraising events...

GMIT to receive €180,000 for equipment to carry out research projects

Funding of over €180,000 has been allocated to GMIT for equipment to carry out vital Research & Development projects. GMIT was one of 37 successful...

Over €800,000 approved for Irish Language centre in Knocknacarra

Irish education in Galway City has gotten a a piece of good new this week with €820,000 in funding approved for an Irish Language...

Social media overload makes people susceptible to Covid-19 misinformation NUIG study shows

People who are overloaded with social media content are more likely to share Covid-19 misinformation online an NUIG study has found. The Covid-19 crisis has...
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Coronavirus: 1 death and 25 new cases today

There has been one death related to COVID-19 reported to the Department of Health today, along with 25 new confirmed coronavirus cases. However, despite this...

Bus Eireann warns demand for Expressway travel is well beyond capacity

Bus Eireann are advising people to save bus travel for essential journeys as many Expressway routes in Galway and around the country are facing...

Pristine three-bed duplex is in turn-key condition

This three-bed duplex house in the heart of Tuam town would make a perfect investment for any buyer, ready for people to move in...

Blackrock Diving Tower getting a facelift

Galway's famed Blackrock Diving Tower is set to get a facelift with a new coat of paint after many years. City Councillor Clodagh Higgins says...
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