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New case of COVID-19 in Galway as third death confirmed in state

There is now a total of 13 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Galway, up from 12. There have been...

Galway teenager scores twice against Spurs in stunning Premier League debut

Galway man Aaron Connolly scored twice today for Brighton in a 3-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur in what was his first Premier League start. The...

River Corrib could be dyed green for Paddy’s Day next year

The River Corrib could be dyed green next year during the St. Patrick's Day festivities. This follows the confirmation that there are plans to dye...

Ambitious plan for World’s biggest street performance of The Fields of Athenry

Plans are underway to create a spectacular video of a massive street performance of the Fields of Athenry. Kamil Films, who created the viral video...

‘Living with Dementia in Rural Ireland’

'Living with Dementia in Rural Ireland' is an upcoming event being hosted by Connecting People With Dementia on the 28th of May 2018. Connecting People With...

Nine out of ten recorded rapes in Ireland end in…nothing

Following on from yesterday's ruling in the high-profile Belfast rape trial - in which four men were cleared of all charges relating to the...

“Ireland doesn’t want me” – Why a new generation is still leaving

Oisín Garrity has given up on Ireland. When asked why he chose to move to Vietnam, the now 28-year-old Bundoran native says simply, “I...
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Coronavirus: Three more deaths in West confirmed in worst day to date

There have been another 17 deaths related to the COVID-19 coronavirus in the past 24 hours, the National Public Health Emergency Team has confirmed. Three...

Lottery and gambling advertising should stop during crisis – TD

The National Lottery and other companies in the gambling industry have been called on to stop advertising during the COVID-19 crisis. The plea came from...

Coronavirus: EU approves Ireland’s €200m business support scheme

The EU Commission has given its approval to the Irish government's €200 million scheme to financially support businesses badly affected by the coronavirus pandemic. The...

Veterinary Council of Ireland issues guidance to vets during crisis

The Veterinary Council of Ireland has given guidance to veterinary registrants following the new Government restrictions to stop the spread of COVID-19. The new measures...