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Atlantic Studio at former airport to create hundreds of jobs

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Backers of the state of the art 40,000 sq ft film and TV studio to be built at the former Galway Airport at Carnmore have been given the green light to move to planning stage with the objective of being open for production next summer.

Galway Health Services call on people to 'practise public health behaviours' as Covid cases increase in the west

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Health Services in County Galway have emphasised the importance of practising public health behaviours in light of the recent increase in COVID-19 cases in the west.

Health service warning that Covid is circulating at pace in west

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Health Services in County Galway have emphasised the importance of practising public health behaviours in light of the recent increase in COVID-19 cases in the west.

Lights, camera, action — film studios set to be developed at Galway Airport site

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New film studios are expected to be constructed at the Galway Airport site, after the Galway City Council backed a plan to lease a portion of the land to Danú Media - a move that would represent a major boost to the creative arts industry in the west.

GIAF launch 2021 festival programme

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DESPITE ALL the obstacles the Covid-19 pandemic has put in the way, the 2021 Galway International Arts Festival has emerged triumphant, with an impressive, and exciting array of events for the autumn.

Farewell to a planter of ideals

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There is a Greek saying that a society becomes great when people plant trees, the shade of which they will never sit under. There have been many such people in Galway, and my hope is that there will be many more. Indeed, our society needs a constant flow of people whose unselfish actions make better the place they live and work.

More than 2,200 Covid-19 cases in two weeks in Mayo

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There have been 2,203 new confirmed Covid-19 cases in Mayo over the two-week period from Wednesday, December 30, to Tuesday, January 12, according to the latest information at the time of this newspaper going to print.

Despite 604 new Covid cases in Galway on Tuesday, worst is yet to come for our hospitals, says Saolta chief

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As the country's acute hospital system comes under extreme pressure from rising Covid-19 numbers, the head of the local hospital group fears that the worst has yet to come.

Hospitals will not have to activate surge plan, says Saolta chief

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The chief executive of the Saolta University Health Care Group, which runs seven public hospitals in the west and north-west of the country, is optimistic that the organisation will not have to activate its surge plan to cope with the growing demand for services due to Covid-19.

New spaces for a new society

Over the years in this game, there has been many a fanciful idea that has been mooted and gave us all great headlines, but which ultimately come to nought. There was the much vaunted Corrib bridge from Knockferry to Kilbeg that would have diverted thousands of cars daily from near Headford to Connemara without ever bringing them into the city.

 

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