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Bars and restaurants in Galway which reopened for indoor hospitality this week are being encouraged to apply for an enhanced restart payment under the Covid Restrictions Support Scheme.
More than €170,000 has been secured to develop a ‘creative space’ at the Nuns Island Theatre - a move which will represent a further 1,800 square feet of cultural space in the city.
More than €195,000 has been allocated to 12 Galway community and voluntary groups, including Croí and Our Lady’s Boys Club - to help them “overcome challenges” presented by Covid-19.
Galway County Council has chosen a consultant to carry out a feasibility study on the development of the Quiet Man Greenway, connecting Athenry, Ballyglunin, Tuam and Milltown.
Aracha buys Galway Hooper Dolan
Eleven schools across Galway city and county have been selected for inclusion in the first round of the Safe Routes to School programme to support walking and cycling infrastructure for school goers.
Ten historical monuments and locations across Galway city and county are to benefit from €404,447 in funding.
Galway city and county is to get more than €1.23 million under the Government’s Additional Outdoor Infrastructure Fund, to help ensure a safe outdoor summer.
Recent RSA data has shown the persistent prevalence of drink driving with alcohol remaining the most prevalent intoxicant detected in drivers, according to Drinkaware.
Tenders will issue later this year for the €24 million upgrade of Galway city’s Ceannt Station. A contractor is expected to be appointed in 2022, with construction expected to be completed by 2024.