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Online resources for students studying for exams from home

Schools in Ireland are closed until March 29 at the least amid the coronavirus pandemic, but schools are attempting to keep...

Trolley numbers hit zero in Galway’s hospitals

The number of patients forced to wait on a trolley for a bed in Galway's hospitals has dropped to zero as...

Coronavirus: Local charity protecting people who are homeless

Local homeless charity Galway Simon Community has said it is concerned about the escalating COVID-19 crisis. But the...

Thousands of euro raised for lunches for UHG healthcare workers

Over six thousand euro has been raised in a fundraising campaign aimed at providing lunches for frontline healthcare workers at University...

Coronavirus: Galway hospitals deferring all non-urgent appointments

Galway's public hospitals are deferring all but very urgent appointments from today while they deal with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Don’t fall for fake Coronavirus rumours, says Government

People are being urged to be very careful about where they receive information related to COVID-19, after a fake WhatsApp message circulated...

Dough Bros closes its doors, says everyone “needs to be at home” amid coronavirus pandemic

Galway's Dough Bros pizza restaurant has closed it doors, saying that they, and everyone, "needs to be at home" amid Covid-19...

Government urged to support childcare workers or risk “mass exodus”

The government is being called on to support the childcare workers who are out of jobs due to the Covid-19 Coronavirus...

Galway’s Marine Institute helps thread the tangled Food Web of the Irish Sea

Almost everyone has heard of the concept of the food chain, at the very least just to use it in some...

Glenamaddy bog trail approved by county planners

Plans to expand and upgrade an existing bog trail near Glennamaddy with a new stretch of trail, a bridge, and more...

Young man stabbed after armed robbery attempt

Gardaí are investigating after a young man was stabbed when he refused to hand over money during an armed robbery attempt.

Coronavirus: VFI recommends that pubs in Galway City close

The VFI is recommending that pubs in Galway City close for the next two weeks in an effort to combat the...

Students at the Jes raise almost €10,000 for homeless services

Students at Coláiste Iognáid, 'the Jes', secondary school recently presented raised almost €10k they raised for COPE Galway's homeless services.

Plans for new gym, medical centre, and apartments in Athenry

Plans have been submitted to the county council for a new gym, medical centre, apartments, and commercial units in Athenry.

Tourism and hospitality sectors need help to survive coronavirus crisis – Canney

Ireland's tourism and hospitality sectors, and the many businesses therein, need help from the government to survive the coronavirus pandemic a...

Power outage leaves almost 3,000 homes without electricity in East Galway

Almost 3,000 homes in East Galway and Roscommon are without electricity this afternoon due to a very large power outage.

Coronavirus: community centres closed across Galway City

Galway City Council has shuttered community centres around the city along with other facilities to help limit the spread of Covid-19.

Coronavirus: Galway 2020 postpones and cancels events

Galway 2020 has announced that it is either postponing or cancelling many upcoming events to help limit the spread of the...

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...

Sentencing delayed for man who sexually assaulted woman in her sleep

Final sentencing for a man who sexually assaulted a woman in her sleep has been adjourned for the probation service to...
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Illegal dumping on the rise city councillor warns

A Galway City Councillor is asking people to be vigilant of illegal dumping in their communities, which he says has been increasing lately. Councillor Alan...

Coronavirus: Galway sees small increase in cases as 17 people die in Republic

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...

‘Community Champion’ appointed for Galway to lead efforts against Covid-19

  A network of 'Community Champions' has been set up across the state to help with the ongoing Covid-19 emergency. Steve Dolan, CEO of Galway Rural...