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Four out of five people would like to continue working remotely

The vast majority of people would like to continue working remotely after the COVID-19 crisis has passed a new survey from NUIG has revealed. A...

Traffic down on busy Galway route from when travel limit raised

Traffic on one of the typically busiest streets in Galway was down more than 4 percent on Friday compared to when the travel limit...

No visiting the offshore islands until mid August

The government has said that travel to the offshore islands for visitors won't resume until August 10, when the country enters the final phase...

City cemeteries to start reopening from May 18

Bohermore and Rahoon cemeteries in Galway City will begin reopening to visitors from May 18 when the country starts lifting its Covid-19 public restrictions. The...

Would you install a contact tracing app if it helped end the lockdown?

NUI Galway is launching the third phase of its nationwide survey on the impact the coronavirus and public health restrictions are having on everyday...

Coronavirus: What lockdown conditions have changed from today?

Though the nationwide lockdown imposed for the Covid-19 crisis remain in force, several changes to its conditions have come into effect from today, literally...

Galway Film Fleadh won’t be going ahead this summer

The 32nd annual Galway Film Fleadh due to take place later this summer has been cancelled due to ongoing Covid-19 public health restriction. Galway Film...

Coronavirus: 25 more deaths as Galway sees minor rise in cases

Twenty-five more lives have been lost to the coronavirus, the National Public Health Emergency team has confirmed today. Galway has seen two new confirmed cases...

Coronavirus: Lockdown extended to May 18, travel limit raised to 5km from Tuesday

Taosieach Leo Varadkar announced that lockdown restrictions imposed to limit the spread of coronavirus will be extended until May 18 before Ireland can begin...

Coronavirus: Naughten calls for “relaxing” of lockdown where infection rates are low

A Galway TD has said that the government should consider relaxing lockdown restrictions in parts of the country with "consistently low" Covid-19 infection numbers. The...

Survey finds 2km travel limit is lockdown restriction most want lifted

Lifting the 2km travel distance limit is the lockdown restriction people would most like to see removed by a significant margin according to a...

Galway Arts Festival waiting for more guidance before deciding its future this year

Galway International Arts Festival is waiting for further guidance from the government before deciding whether this year's festival will be going ahead as planned. The...

Free online workshop to help parents deal with lockdown challenges

This has been an unprecedented time for parents who have been dealing with the challenges of having kids stuck at home, trying to keep...

Supermac’s reopening three Galway outlets from today

Supermac's will reopen three outlets in Galway City for limited delivery and drive thru services from today, with more to follow nationwide. This morning Supermac's...

Coronavirus: Taoiseach hopes to begin lifting restrictions after May 5

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said that it's hoped that the government will be able to begin easing restrictions imposed to combat the spread of...

Lockdown extended for 3 weeks, Leaving Cert postponed

The lockdown has been extended by three weeks, the government has announced, meaning people must stay at home until May 5th at the earliest. The ...

Huge reduction in number of people visitng Galway forests

Coillte forests in Galway saw a massive reduction in visitors in the week after the introduction of new restrictions on movement due to the...

NUIG survey exploring the impact coronavirus is having on daily life

NUI Galway and DCU are working together on a nationwide survey of the impact the coronavirus pandemic is having on people's daily lives. The Corona...

Hand in Hand launches creative challenge to raise much-needed funds

Hand in Hand has been working closely with a group of UCD students to launch a creative virtual challenge to raise awareness and vital...

Facebook offers free training events for SMEs during crisis

As businesses across Ireland adjust to shop closures and social distancing, SMEs are shifting from an in-person to online model to keep their employees...
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Coronavirus: No deaths but 18 new cases in Ireland

There were no deaths related to COVID-19 today, but 18 new coronavirus cases in the Republic of Ireland were reported to the Department of...

Council refuses approval for new nursing home outside Gort

Galway County Council has refused planning permission for the construction of a 50 bed nursing home to the east of Gort. Plans were submitted in...

Connacht Rugby signs Alex Wootton in one year loan from Munster

Connacht Rugby has this week confirmed that they've closed a deal to sign Alex Wootton over from Munster in a one year loan deal. Wootton...

Tuam Bypass closing for two days next week

The N17 Tuam Bypass will be closing in phases for two days next week in order to allow maintenance works to take place. The intention...
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