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The impact of Covid-19 on regional Ireland is having a devastating effect as Ireland West Airport reveals the impact of the pandemic on the airport's business.
Keep studying French or take it up, do not let the Coronavirus stop you. The new term at the French Institute starts on May 11.
The Order of Malta Ambulance Corps today announced that volunteers are now preparing to provide national support to the Health Service Executive (HSE) following the recent developments caused by COVID-19.
It has emerged that a request was made to all councillors ten days ago to meet with the board of Galway 2020 individually.
Showcase Ireland 2020 was held at the RDS, Dublin last week. This four-day trade show is the leading Gift Show in Ireland with more than 450 craft and designer exhibitors attracting over 5,000 domestic and overseas buyers. Two Galway designers Berina Kelly and Lynsey De Burca were presented with awards for their exceptional products.
Most politicians will have breathed a sigh of relief last week when the unappetising prospect of a Christmas general election was narrowly averted. Yet, all know it is only delaying the inevitable, and all sides agree the contest will take place within the next four or five months, quite possibly as soon as February.
LAST FRIDAY, Jogging released Whole Heart, their first new album in seven years, the long-awaited follow-up to 2012's the much-acclaimed Take Courage. This weekend, they play Galway.
HAMBURG BAND Spitting Nails play a ferocious mix of metal and punk in the style of Naplam Death, Tragedy, and Extreme Noise Terror, and they are coming to Galway this weekend.
Do you like to dance in a group? To challenge yourself at your own pace? To express your creative side and learn new steps and movements? If this is you, go along and join Patrica Glynn at one of her upcoming courses.
New short term letting regulations without additional resources for the Galway City Council to enforce them will not produce positive results for the housing situation in Galway city, according to assistant CEO of COPE Galway, Martin O'Connor.