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A range of tourism and leisure businesses in Galway are set to receive direct financial support under a €30 million government scheme designed to help the sector recover from the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.
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.
The Galway Roscommon ETB Training Centre Galway in Mervue Business Park, has been chosen as part of a State-wide pilot antigen testing scheme.
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.
James Harrold, who has served Galway for more than 30 years as the city arts officer with the Galway City Council, will stand down from the position on July 16.
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.
Local Minister of State, Deputy Peter Burke, has called on Minister for Transport, Deputy Eamon Ryan, to take urgent action in relation to addressing the backlog of people waiting for both the driver theory test and driving tests.
Ten historical monuments and locations across Galway city and county are to benefit from €404,447 in funding.
The Government has announced a range of new rental protections for students ahead of the next academic year. The protections will limit the amount of money that can be demanded upfront by landlords, and will also place a cap on the notice period that students are required to give before vacating.
The Galway Comedy Festival, the Róisín Dubh, and Monroe’s Live are among the businesses which are set to benefit from more than €1.3 million in funding for Galway under the Live Performance Support Scheme.