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Salthill's iconic Blackrock diving tower to get a new coat of paint, a move one local councillor has welcomed in the wake of the structure looking "shoddy" on the front page of a national daily paper.
Councillor Clodagh Higgins will host a Zoom meeting on Tuesday June 23 from 7pm specifically for Leaving Certificate students to help them plan their future, their CAO choices, and how to make their chosen course work for them.
As social distancing will remain in place for some time, extending the Coca Cola bike scheme is "vital", given that, as restrictions are lifted, people will need alternative means to "get around and get back to work".
Calls have been made this week to change the streetscape of the city to make it more conducive to social distancing over the duration of the Covid-19 crisis.
New ideas need to be debated on how to allow bars and restaurants re-open, and the only way this can be done is through the establishment of a city business forum.
If local and community based sporting clubs are to survive the Covid-19 lockdown and have a future, the Government must establish a support fund, as traditional income streams have ceased.
"If we fail to protect businesses in Galway it will have far-reaching consequences. Not only will the economy and jobs be impacted, but we can kiss good-bye to a vibrant city centre populated with diverse independent and international stores."
No swimming will be permitted at Salthill's iconic Blackrock diving tower for the foreseeable future, while the popular walkway along the golf course, adjacent to Blackrock, will also be closed.
Banks must freeze payments and interest on all student loans for a three-month period, similar to the measures introduced by the retail banks for mortgages and business loans.
The future of Galway Port Company remains unresolved after the Galway City Council voted to defer a decision on whether to take over the company's shareholdings or to dissolve it entirely and take over its operation.