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We seem to have passed the next test, in that last weekend we had the re-opening of the farmers’ markets, we had the opening of shops selling gardening stuff, electrical shops, car repair shops etc, all of which has added to the feeling that somehow we are battling through this coronavirus and that we are coming out of it.
Age Action and the Irish Red Cross are launching a Covid-19 Hardship Fund in partnership, to support people experiencing difficulties meeting costs associated with the Covid-19 pandemic.
The chief executive of the Saolta University Health Care Group has reassured people that its public hospitals are working tirelessly to care for and protect patients and staff during this unprecedented public health emergency.
The Mayor of Galway city is urging the public to ensure they obtain information about Covid-19 from reliable sources as nationwide efforts are stepped up in the wake of a spike in the number of cases of the virus.
After an extensive period of storms and flooding, the changing pattern of Ireland’s weather is become ever more evident and ever more understood as the effects of climate change on our country.
Euro NCAP has released the safety ratings of four new vehicles. Two compact SUVs, the Mercedes-Benz’s GLB and the Mazda’s CX-30, and the larger Ford Explorer hybrid have joined the ranks of five stars vehicles published this year. Meanwhile, Opel’s Corsa earned four stars.
Participating in this weekend’s First Thought Talks, as part of the Galway International Arts Festival, the new Land Development Agency chief, John Moran, will share a platform with UCD's Orla Hegarty, to discuss ‘Obstacles to Decent Housing’ - one of the most important issues for Ireland today.
The Secretary General of the Department of Foreign Affairs, Niall Burgess, along with fellow DFA officials John Concannon and Claire Coughlan, and Commandant Colin Campbell of the Irish Defence Forces, recently visited the Dominican College, Taylor's Hill, to present the school with a UN flag as part of the UN's global schools project.
How can we speak coherently about Galway's health services at a time where our media's daily diet is composed of negative stories concerning Government failure to properly ensure medical care for its own citizens?
A high level conference on ‘Brexit and the Future of British-Irish Relations’ with leading figures in politics, business, journalism and academia will take place at NUI Galway on Thursday, 28 February and Friday, March 1. The event has been co-organised by the University’s Moore Institute, the Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies at the University of Notre Dame, and the Mitchell Institute at Queen’s University Belfast.