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Ciaran Cannon welcomes EU initiative to benefit Spotify users

Minister Ciaran Cannon has welcomed a new EU Regulation ensuring that people from Galway and across the country will be able to access their...

Award for literature for Irish-born writer welcomed by Ciaran Cannon TD

Galway East TD and for the Diaspora and International Development, Ciaran Cannon, has welcomed the news that Irish-born writer Edna O’Brien is to receive...

Cannon welcomes news of Africa Day events in the works for Galway

Galway city is one of ten local authorities around Ireland which will be helping to facilitate events to mark Africa Day this year. Africa Day,...

Galway based free online education company goes Ad free in crisis

The Galway based free online education company Alison.com is doing away with ads on its platform for the next six months to help newly...

Galway TD welcomes chance for students to watch Shakespeare at home

An East Galway TD has welcomed the move by RTÉ to screen Shakespeare classics for students at home. Minister for the Diaspora and International Development...

Businesses urged to avail of Wage Subsidy Scheme by re-employing staff

Employers who have already laid off workers have been reminded that they still avail of the Temporary COVID-19 Wage Subsidy Scheme, by re-employing their...

Fuel allowance season extended by 4 weeks

There will be a four week extension to the existing fuel allowance season for eligible customers due to the COVID-19 emergency. The current 28 week...

People urged to follow rules on 2km exercise radius

The two kilometre radius used for exercising extends only from people's front door or gate, and no further, a Galway TD has said. People should...

Businesses urged to look at supports before letting staff go

Businesses in the county have been reminded of the package of supports open to them. East Galway TD Ciaran Cannon has said that employers should...

Home school lessons to start on RTÉ 2 tomorrow morning

The schools might be closed, but that doesn't mean learning has to stop - as daily lessons for primary school children will begin on...

Income supports being processed as quickly as possible

Payments for people waiting for income supports are being processed as fast as possible, a Galway TD has assured. East Galway TD Ciaran Cannon has...

Flights in coming days confirmed for Irish in Australia

Details of flights home from Australia for Irish citizens have been confirmed. The flights have been chartered by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade...

Galway TD sends message of solidarity to Irish citizens abroad

Minister Ciaran Cannon has sent out a message of solidarity to Irish citizens and communities across the world and says every action...

Work underway to ensure sale of livestock for local farmers

The Minister for Agriculture has confirmed that avenues are being explored to ensure the sale of livestock for the county's farmers.

170 citizens to return from Australia after successful departure today

A plane carrying 170 Irish citizens has taken off from Perth, Australia this afternoon and should arrive in Ireland tomorrow after...

Thousands of young Irish people ‘stranded’ in Australia

Thousands of young Irish people are stranded in Australia because of the coronavirus pandemic and are ‘begging’ for their government’s help right...

Helpline set up for people with relatives abroad as people are urged to return home

A dedicated helpline has been set up for people who have relatives abroad, as people on holiday are urged to return to...

Coronavirus: Vouchers up to €10,000 available for Galway businesses

Galway businesses affected by the coronavirus crisis can take advantage of supports available, including vouchers from €2,500 up to €10,000 (with 50:50...

People urged to keep Eircode at hand to save crucial time in emergencies

People in Galway who haven't been using their Eircode have been urged to write it near the phone or memorise it.

Coronavirus: Absolutely no need to panic buy as supply is not under threat

There is no threat to the continuity of supply in local supermarket during this crisis, Retail Excellence Ireland has said.
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Coronavirus: Galway sees 7 new cases as 22 more deaths reported in Ireland

There have been seven new confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Galway, bringing the total to 98, as 22 new deaths have been reported in...

Galway based free online education company goes Ad free in crisis

The Galway based free online education company Alison.com is doing away with ads on its platform for the next six months to help newly...

NUIG holding virtual graduation ceremony for over 300 students

More than 300 students at NUIG will be foregoing the usual robes and gowns for an online graduation ceremony next week as the university...

Councillor calls for payment freeze on student loans

A Galway city councillor is calling on banks and financial lenders to extend payment moratorium measures to student loans amid the Covid-19 crisis. Councillor Clodagh...

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