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Aran Islands Lifeboat rescues three people stranded on a jet ski

The Aran Islands RNLI lifeboat came to the rescue of the three people who found themselves stranded on a jet ski off Inis Oirr...

Inis Oírr bed and breakfast seeks approval for expansion

A Bed and Breakfast on Inis Oírr is seeking planning permission for an extension to the existing building to serve more guests. Ciaran Ó Chonghaile...

Missing US Navy boat found floating off Inis Oirr

A boat belonging to the US Navy was found in the water off Inis Oirr by a local ferry company a year after going...

Bus Eireann launches new joint ferry service exploring the Wild Atlantic Way

Bus Eireann has launched a new service in partnership with Doolin Ferry Company for people to explore the Wild Atlantic Way. The new Route 350...

Search for missing Inis Oírr woman ends after body recovered

The search for an Inis Oírr woman reported missing yesterday (21/3) has been stood down after the body of woman was found off the...

Non-gaeltacht island communities awarded over half a million euro

Grants worth over half a million euro have been announced to support island communities that aren't part of the Gaeltacht.

Galway islands go to the polls

Residents of the Aran Islands and Inishboffin are going to the polls today to cast their votes in the presidential election and blasphemy referendum. The...

Aran Islands Gaelscoil unable to find enough teachers with Irish for all subjects

Coláiste Gnobnáit Gaelscoil on Inis Oírr will be teaching several of its subjects through English this year due to a lack of qualified gaelgeoirs. The...

Aran Island water restrictions extend to Inis Meáin

Irish Water have announced that nighttime water restrictions will come into effect on Inis Meáin from 8pm to 8am effective immediately. The water restrictions are...
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Illegal dumping on the rise city councillor warns

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Seventeen more people have died in the Republic after being diagnosed with Covid-19, the National Public Health Emergency Team has announced. Fifteen deaths were located...

€1m scheme announced to support Irish artists

A number of measures have been announced to support the cultural sector during the Covid-19 crisis. One measure announced was a new €1m scheme to...