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€4.3 million secured for new special needs school in Tuam

St. Oliver's special school in Tuam has secured €4.3 million for a new special needs school building which is set to begin construction this...

Site chosen for new building of Ballinasloe special needs school facing closure

A preferred site has been chosen for a new building for St. Teresa’s special needs school in Ballinasloe which is facing closure over spiraling...

Over €600,000 funding for Galway community services

Community organisations of every shape and size across Galway city and county will benefit from more than €600,000 in funding announced this week. Galway West...

Local community groups to benefit from new funding

A wide range of local groups and organisations in Galway City will benefit from grants totaling €139,701. Galway City Local Community Development Committee (LCDC) approved...

NUI Galway Student wins Mayor’s Award for Young Volunteer of the Year

NUI Galway Student has just won the Mayor's Award for Young Volunteer of the Year. NUI Galway Student, Jason Sherlcok, was recently announced as the...

New respite funding will help people with disabilities and their families

Galway West TD Sean Kyne says new investment in Respite will help services provided by the Brothers of Charity Services and Ability West in...

Appeal lodged against expansion of Menlo Park Hotel

An appeal has been made to An Bord Pleanála against plans to expand and renovate the Menlo Park Hotel in Galway...

Coronavirus: Galway Airport centre to test 1,000 people a day

A new drive through Covid-19 coronavirus test centre has opened at Galway Airport today, with the goal of testing 1,000 people...

COVID-19: Galway TD says we need to ‘wake up’ and increase emergency measures now

A Galway West TD has said that it is time to bring in increased emergency measures and restrictions to combat COVID-19.

Galway voters go to the polls in 2020 election

Voters have gone to the polls this morning for the bulk of the voting in the 2020 general election, with polls...

Galway Chamber election manifesto makes traffic a priority

Galway Chamber of Commerce has released its election manifesto, calling on candidates and voters alike to Get Galway Moving and tackle traffic congestion. Traffic is...

COPE urges election candidates to commit to fairer society

COPE Galway has written to all of the election candidates in Galway West and East, urging them to commit to commit to a fairer...

Menlo Park Hotel plans major renovations

The Menlo Park Hotel in Terryland intends to get rid of its function rooms and replace them with more bed spaces in new renovation...

Three lives lost in workplace deaths in Galway last year

Workplace deaths in Galway went up last year, with three recorded killed in workplace incidents, one more than in 2018. The Health and Safety Authority...

Galway to benefit from €10 million to promote local enterprise

Just under €10 million has been awarded to support five projects in Galway which aim to promote the growth of jobs and enterprise in...

GMIT to formally apply for Technological University status in 2020

GMIT has taken a step forward towards its goal of becoming a technological university, with a formal application expected next year. The governing bodies of...

Galway companies awarded €36.5 million to create disruptive technologies

Seven projects with Galway based partners have been awarded €36.5 million from the Disruptive Technologies Fund this year. Minister for Business, Enterprise, and Innovation Heather...

Sweeney Oil named Business of the Year by Galway Chamber

Sweeney Oil was named the Galway Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year 2019 at the recent Gala Ball and awards ceremony. On top of...

More than €100,000 awarded to Inishbofin Development Company

Funding of more than €100,000 has been awarded to support the work of Inishbofin Development Company this week. The €103,530 allocated to Inishbofin is part...

HSE hiring freeze putting older people at risk says Fitzmaurice

A hiring freeze in the west of Ireland by the HSE is putting older and vulnerable people in need of home care at risk...
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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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