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Heritage towns such as Athenry will be hampered from their ability to attract tourists in a post Covid-19 environment as Transport Infrastructure Ireland policy does not include signage promoting such towns on the national road network.
A total of 4,840 learner drivers County Galway are waiting for a test - 1,104 of them in Galway City - according to figures released by the Road Safety Authority.
Galway East TDs must vote against the controversial Mother and Baby Homes Bill which comes before the Dáil this week, as it would seal the records relating to such homes for up to 30 years.
Elderly people, and those on lower incomes, across County Galway are set to be hit with higher fuel bills than expected this month, due to a combination of stalled energy upgrades for homes, and the carbon tax increases.
A Covid-19 cluster in one part of Galway could see a lockdown imposed across all the county, under the Government's new measures - a move that would be "extremely unfair" on the public, and detrimental to businesses.
The "massive backlog" of 72,738 people awaiting a driving test is a problem that will only grow and become more serious, especially once schools re-open.
Covid-19 has exposed "a decades-long failure" to build a public health system that has enough doctors, nurses and beds, and with the pandemic far from over, this is a situation which cannot be allowed to continue.
Galway East TD and Fianna Fail Programme for Government negotiator Anne Rabbitte was last night named a Minister of State by Taoiseach Micheál Martin when the names of the 17 junior ministers were revealed after a day of speculation.
There must be no cut to the €350 weekly Covid-19 pandemic when more than half a million people are still reliant on it, and with many workplaces remaining closed for the foreseeable future.
Working from home brings many economic and environmental benefits, but also raises issues of data protection, workers footing the bill for electronic and communications equipment, and continued poor broadband coverage.