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Roscommon-Galway TD launches new survey on household debt

Roscommon-Galway TD Claire Kerrane has launched a new survey today which aims to examine the reality of household debt and how it impacts peoples...

Students urged to ‘tell their story’ in new online survey on grants

Third level students have been asked to 'tell their story' by filling out an online survey on the grants system. The Sinn Féin survey was...

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,...

3 in 10 women at college experience sexual violence, national survey finds

A high percentage of college students in the Republic of Ireland have experienced sexual violence, according to the findings of a major national survey...

Public asked to be ‘Citizen Scientists’ in national hedgehog survey

One of Ireland's favourite animals - the hedgehog - is the subject of a new national survey led by researchers at NUIG and the...

Radical changes needed to address ‘fundamental threat’ to childcare sector

Maintaining physical distancing with pre-school children is impossible and the changes required by the COVID-19 pandemic pose a fundamental threat to the survival of...

Survey finds COVID-19 is changing the way we think about death

The majority of people in Ireland believe that the coronavirus pandemic has made us rethink how we deal with dying, death and bereavement, an...

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...

NUIG survey asks how working remotely is affecting you?

One of the biggest changes to the Irish economy in the coronavirus pandemic has been the extraordinary amount of people who are now working...

Half of Irish workers feel pressure to work outside of office hours

The pressure to work outside of office hours and check emails at home is something that almost half of Irish workers struggle with. That's according...

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...

Plight of carers worse than ten years ago

The plight of family carers in Ireland is even worse than ten years ago, a new report has found. The second report of ‘Paying the...

Three year survey of underwater reefs comes to a close

Voyages of exploration might be confined to historical fiction in many minds, but there are many corners of the world that are still being...

100 households sought for air quality survey

NUI Galway is seeking 100 households to take part in an indoor environmental air quality survey. Specifically the survey is looking to measure the air...

More than half of people say they’re satisfied with Galway councils

More than half of people think that Galway's city and county councils are doing a good job according to a new survey. The National Oversight...
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14-day Covid incidence rate for local areas revealed in new data

New figures released by the Department of Health today shows that just one local electoral area in Galway had a higher 14-day Covid incidence...

Coronavirus: No further deaths, 274 cases confirmed today

No further deaths related to Covid-19 have been reported by the Department of Health today, but there are 274 new confirmed cases of the...

Fundraiser to help local man beat cancer nears €50,000 in donations

A fundraiser set up for a local man who was diagnosed with bladder cancer earlier this year is closing in on €50,000. In February, Kevin...

Galway awarded over €1 million to refurbish vacant social housing

Galway City and County Councils have been awarded over a million euro between them to refurbish vacant, council owned social housing so it can...
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