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Dáil support sought for frontline workers with long Covid-19 symptoms – Naughten

Local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten, has sought Dáil support to designate long Covid-19 as an occupational illness for frontline workers who contracted the virus due to their employment.

Unislim to start new classes in Galway

Unislim, an Irish owned slimming company which is celebrating 50 years in business this year, is opening new classes in Galway city next week, taking place in Renmore every Tuesday evening and in Salthill every Wednesday morning.

Grealish tells Dáil that never-ending ring road saga shows need for planning laws change

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Galway West TD Noel Grealish told the Dáil this week that the “never ending saga” of the Galway City Ring Road showed the need for a change in planning laws governing major infrastructural projects.

Winning start for University of Galway Maree

University of Galway Maree enjoyed a winning start to the new InsureMyVan.ie Men's Superleague basketball season with a solid 91-72 over Griffith College Templeogue.

Appointment of contractors for Westport Flood Relief Scheme

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Mayo County Council has appointed Cunningham Civil and Marine Ltd. to construct the Westport Flood Relief Scheme. Delivered in partnership with the OPW, the Westport Flood Relief Scheme has a budget of €1.181m.

Taoiseach joins in celebrations of Baxter's 50 years in Mayo

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An Taoiseach Micheál Martin was in Castlebar this week where he had a number of engagements including joining in the celebrations of Baxter Healthcare’s 50 years manufacturing in the county.

Post Office network needs Government support says Canney

Independent TD Seán Canney is calling on the Government to intervene and support the post office network before it collapses.

Fahy Travel looking for your comments

Travel was one of the hardest industries during covid. Fahy Travel in Galway closed its doors in March 2020 and spent the following 18 months awaiting an avalanche of cancellations, rebooking holidays and sorting refunds.

Chambers calls on Dáil to pass Stalking bill without delay

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As the Non-Fatal Offences Against the Person (Amendment) (Stalking) Bill 2021 has passed through the Seanad, Fianna Fáil Senator Lisa Chambers is calling on members of the Dáil to pass the bill without delay. Senator Chambers brought forward the legislation in July 2021 that sought to introduce an offence of Stalking into Irish law.

HSE Lottery Grant Scheme reminder for groups - Calleary

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Mayo Fianna Fáil TD Dara Calleary is reminding community groups and organisations providing health and personal social services in mayo to apply for National Lottery Funding that has been allocated to the HSE.

 

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