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Remote workers in Mayo have gained 63 hours of extra time since Ireland went into lockdown, by not having to commute into the office, according to a new study by Chill Insurance.
Sexual assault reporting is “so low in Galway” it was “excluded from the Garda report” received by councillors and community representatives at the Joint Policing Committee this week.
Sunday April 18 2021 has been appointed by the Government as Census Day, when citizens across the State will complete a questionnaire covering issues on housing, transport, citizenship, ethnicity, language, health, and education.
Figures published by the Central Statistics Office indicate that the Live Register in Athlone has declined by 17 percent on an annual basis and 53 percent since 2011, Fine Gael Deputy, Peter Burke, commented, this week.
A census pilot survey being undertaken in County Galway is asking people if they would like a time capsule — in the form of a space to include a message for future generations — included in the 2021 Census form.
The Irish Hotels Federation (IHF) has expressed deep disappointment at the increase in the tourism VAT rate to 13.5%, announced by Minister Paschal Donohoe as part of Budget 2019.
Town Mayor, Cllr. Frankie Keena, numbered amongst the large gathering who came out in complete support for the country's Defence Force members during the 'respect and loyalty' parade along the streets of the capital last week.
Minister for the Diaspora and International Development Ciaran Cannon has welcomed data from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) showing Ireland at its highest ever level of employment.
A new report from the National Recruitment Federation, arguing for the State to use the children’s allowance to provide additional creches, has been condemned by Galway Green candidate Pauline O’Reilly.
At the beginning of the year, the Central Statistics Office delivered the promising news that unemployment in Galway had dropped by 12 percent over the past year. It was most likely as a consequence of this that the percentage of people going it alone as self-employed or sole proprietors also dropped, particularly when compared with the rest of Ireland.