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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...

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.

No evidence of community transmission of Coronavirus in Kinvara Deaprtment of Health says

The Department of Health has said there is no evidence of community transmission of the Covid-19 coronavirus in Kinvara despite multiple...

Loughrea secondary school approved for largest ever investment

St. Brigid's College in Loughrea has been approved for the largest investment in the history of the secondary school.

Galway East: All seats filled with no change in lineup

The counting has concluded in Galway East on the eight count with no change in the lineup of TDs from 2016.

Major plans for Coole Park Visitor Centre to start this year

The project to update and modernise Coole Park's Visitor Centre is to commence this year, it has been confirmed.

Plans for new Bullaun National School take step forward

Plans for the construction of a new school building for Bullaun National School have moved forward in the new year. Approval has been given for...

Presentation College Headford expansion plans take step forward

Plans for a major extension of Presentation College Headford have taken a step forward with inspections by department officials to take place in the...

Local community raises concerns about large crack on bridge in East Galway

Concerns have been raised about a large crack in an old bridge on the N65 near Kilmeen Cross. Members of the local community highlighted the...

Online resource for teachers and parents of gifted children launched by Galway TD

A new online resource for the parents and teachers of gifted children across the EU has been launched by Galway East TD Ciaran Cannon. The...

Threatening letters sent to Galway politicians and their families

Gardaí are investigating threatening letters which have been sent to public representatives in the Galway East constituency. The anonymous threats were sent to politicians and...

County Council unveils new outdoor gym in Portumna

Portumna residents can now get plenty of varied exercise in the fresh air with the installation of fitness gear for a new outdoor gym. The...

€1.6 million euro for new Loughrea Town Hall described as ‘historic moment’

The newly refurbished Town Hall in Loughrea will become a cultural and economic flagship for the whole region. That's according to East Galway TD Ciaran...

Dunkellin Bridge reopens a year after it collapsed

Dunkellin Bridge is reopening to traffic this evening more than a year after it first collapsed in September 2018. A central span of the bridge...

€200,000 awarded for building footpaths in Killimor and Craughwell

€200,000 has been allocated for the construction of footpaths in Killimor and Craughwell under the Town and Village Enhancement Scheme. Loughrea county councillor Jimmy McClearn...

Athenry Gaelscoil facilities to be upgraded with new investment

A gaelscoil in Athenry is set to benefit from new funding for additional facilities, Minister for Education Joe McHugh has confirmed. Toilet facilities at Gaelscoil...

Tuam-born legend could appear on special stamps

The late Tom Murphy could appear on a special stamp in 2022 during An Post's 2022 programme of Special and Commemorative stamps. That's if Minister...

Busking regulations must be revisited after Lonely Planet rating

Lonely Planet today rated Galway City as one of the top destinations to visit in the world in 2020, describing the city as 'brilliantly...

Galway farmers to receive Hen Harrier payments ‘imminently’

Payments for Galway farmers under the Hen Harrier programme are “imminent”, an East Galway TD has confirmed. In 2018 the programme had 249 valid applications...
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