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Electric buses could soon become part of Galway’s public transport infrastructure, following the National Transport Authority's decision to seek a supplier for 200 such environmentally-friendly vehicles.
Due to the suddenness of the lockdown in Ireland, I found myself suddenly cocooning at home with little or no contact with the bookshop.
Galway has a new world record holder in rower Aifric Keogh, who claimed the fastest marathon distance at the weekend.
Seven new NUI Galway projects to respond to the COVID-19 emergency were announced by Minister for Business, Enterprise, and Innovation, Heather Humphreys, TD yesterday (Wednesday) evening.
Has the planet declared war on humanity over the last year? It certainly seems so as we witness one destructive storm after another in Ireland, heatwaves across Europe and southern Africa, hurricanes leaving trails of destruction from the Bahamas to Mexico, wildfires from Greenland and Siberia to Australia, melting ice from Antarctica to the Arctic, droughts in India, locust swarms in east Africa, increasing acidification of the oceans leading to the loss of a third of the largest structure on earth (Great Barrier Reef), city dwellers dying from poisonous air, flooding at crisis levels on every continent, soils becoming less fertile, and birds disappearing from the skies, insects from the fields and fish from the oceans.
Insider has had a lot of time to think recently, particularly about the narratives that we are all subject to from various sources within society, whether it is Government, the media, special interest groups, or far-right conspiracy theorists.
Galwayman Gordon Joyce, Chief of Structural Biology at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research in Washington DC, is at the forefront of the work being done across the world to find a vaccine for the Coronavirus.
These past few weeks have been a surreal experience for the people of this country. At times it almost feels like the stuff of fiction with, at one stage, Taoiseach Leo Varadkaar’s return to medical duties drawing comparisons with President Whitmore in that 1996 blockbuster Independence Day.
Sinn Féin TD for Mayo, Rose Conway-Walsh, this week said that in the midst of the current unprecedented economic crisis, where fishing restrictions are in place and markets have collapsed, fishing families must not be forgotten. She added she has very serious concerns that without financial support, the future of fishing is in peril.
Survey finds people are willing to share personal date to solve Coronavirus crisis Spring lamb with cannellini beans a must this Easter Sunday
New research indicates a massive 87% of Irish people would be willing to share their personal data and medical records if it helped to solve a global pandemic like COVID-19. While 84% believe technology will ultimately help to beat the outbreak.