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1,392 new cases of COVID-19 nationally

Galway Bay fm newsroom - The Health Protection Surveillance Centre has today been notified of 1,392* confirmed cases of COVID-19.

Three areas in Galway have Covid-19 incidence rate above national average

Galway Bay fm newsroom - Three areas in Galway currently have a Covid-19 incidence rate above the national average of 413...

Approval for 345 build-to-rent apartments at Crown Square in Mervue

Galway Bay fm newsroom - An Bord Pleanála has granted approval for 345 build-to-rent apartments at Crown Square in Mervue.

CSO seeking field supervisors across Galway for 2022 Cenus

Galway Bay fm newsroom - The Central Statistics Office is seeking field supervisors across Galway for next year's Census.

UHG has 2nd highest number of Covid-19 patients nationwide today

Galway Bay fm newsroom - UHG has the second highest number of COVID-19 patients nationwide today. There are...

Plans for €100m investment at Tynagh power station near Loughrea

Galway Bay fm newsroom - There are plans for a major €100m development at Tynagh power station near Loughrea.

NUI Galway to launch partnership promoting culture, learning and research on islands and the...

Galway Bay fm newsroom - NUI Galway will this morning launch a new partnership promoting the islands and the west as...

Jadotville veterans gather in Galway city for 60th anniversary of famous siege

Galway Bay fm newsroom - Veterans of the Siege of Jadotville will gather in Galway City later today to mark the...

1,413 new cases of COVID-19 nationally

Galway Bay fm newsroom - A further 1,413 people have tested positive for Covid-19. The five-day moving average...

City councillors pave way for Aldi development at derelict site on Monivea Road

Galway Bay fm newsroom - City councillors have paved the way for an Aldi development at a site on the Monivea...

Students from Holy Rosary College Mountbellew selected to rear five Angus calves in schools...

Galway Bay fm newsroom - Students from Holy Rosary College in Mountbellew have been selected to rear five Angus calves in...

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