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Town Mayor, Cllr Aengus O’Rourke has welcomed the recent Government announcement confirming that a commercial rates waiver will remain in situ for the first quarter of the calendar year.
The commercial rates waiver must include businesses which continued to trade through the COVID-19 crisis, despite enduring significant trading impacts.
Students who have paid up front for accommodation they cannot now access because of COVID-19 need to be refunded - according to Mayo Sinn Féin TD Rose Conway-Walsh.
And so it is. Just like the two buses coming along at once, our long awaited General Election comes along on the same day as our long awaited opening of Galway 2020, immediately knocking it off the front pages of the media, diverting it away from the eyes of the nation, like a bridesmaid winning the Euromillions on the day of your wedding. They just had to go and spoil it for us, didn’t they, without even a sideways glance at what else might have been in the diary.
Athlone based Senator, Gabrielle McFadden, has welcomed confirmation from the Department of Finance and Expenditure reform that they are willing to fund a number of outstanding Defence Force pay issues with effect from the October 1.
The preliminary inquest into the deaths of the four crew members of the Irish Coast Guard Rescue 116 was adjourned yesterday (Thursday) afternoon, just hours after it opened in Belmullet Courthouse.
Government funding for Galway’s year as European City of Culture in 2020 - which will amount to half of overall financial cost of the events - is to be paid a year in advance.
An inquest into the death of a Galway woman took place a year after her passing without her next-of-kin being informed, it was claimed this week.
The coroner for south Mayo, John O’Dwyer, will open coroner’s inquests into the deaths of four people murdered in Mayo last year.