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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.
The Green Party brought a bill to the Seanad on Tuesday seeking to amend planning and development regulations to remove planning restrictions and allow the installation of solar panels on public buildings, including schools, without planning permission.
Ireland’s strawberry growers are welcoming the season of one of the nation’s favourite summer fruits. Packed full of nutritional goodness, strawberries are the taste of summer.
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.
A city councillor has been appointed Peace Commissioner to serve the city and county of Galway, as well as surrounding counties.
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.
Local Fine Gael Senator, Aisling Dolan and Minister of State for the Office of Public Works (OPW), visited the shores of Lough Funshinagh in recent times to witness the ongoing works being undertaken to enhance water level control at the location.
Thousands of free course opportunities available for unemployed, self-employed, and those returning to work
The Springboard+ 2021 programme will offer 10,158 free and subsidised places on 294 courses this year. Some 1,100 places on one and two year ICT graduate conversion courses are also on offer under the initiative.
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.