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Cllr. Niall McNelis elected Mayor of Galway

Cllr. Niall McNelis has been elected Mayor of Galway for the coming year. The election to replace Cllr. Pearce Flannery took place today, Friday, 15th...

Garda Chief Superintendent supports 30km/h speed limit for Galway City

Garda Chief Superintendent Tom Curley has said he would be "absolutely delighted" to see a 30km/hr speed limit introduced across Galway City. The issue of...

Galway gardaí ask people not to go to Hare Island

Galway Gardaí, the RNLI, and the Irish Coast Guard are asking people not to walk out to Hare Island during the period of Covid-19...

Chinese city donates 5,000 face masks to Galway

The global coronavirus pandemic has seen people reach out a helping hand within their communities, and around the world, such as...

Galway voters go to the polls in 2020 election

Voters have gone to the polls this morning for the bulk of the voting in the 2020 general election, with polls...

Galway West candidates taking part in climate change debate

Galway West election candidates will be taking part in a climate change focused debate this Friday at Coláiste Éinde in Salthill. The climate change debate...

Traffic lights out, flooding, and fallen trees after overnight storm damage

Heavy winds from Storm Elsa caused severe damage to Galway City overnight, with flooding, fallen trees, and traffic lights out. A Status Orange weather warning...

Beach cleanup highlights risks from flushing wet wipes

A recent beach clean up event at Claddagh highlighted the problems that come from people flushing wet wipes and other sanitary products down the...

Galway City Council votes to raise the Rainbow Flag for Galway Pride

The Rainbow flag will be raised by Galway City Council for Pride Week in Galway after every Councillor voted for a motion brought forward...

Owen Hanley wants to be a “role model” for members of the LGBT community

Last month, Owen Hanley made history by becoming the youngest person ever to be elected to Galway City Council at 23 years old. The well...

Young people encouraged to unleash their creativity at Cruinniú na nÓg this weekend

Young people in Galway city are being encouraged to fire up their imaginations and take part in some of the many creative activities on...

Anger erupts at inaugural city council meeting over governing pact

It was a tense day at the first meeting of the new city council on Friday, illustrated by Fianna Fáil Councillor Ollie Crowe refusing...

Mike Cubbard elected as Mayor of Galway

Independent city councillor Mike Cubbard has been elected as the new Mayor of Galway. The city central councillor was chosen as Mayor at a special...

Three year health plan for aims for a tobacco free city

A three year Health Plan for Galway city 2019 - 2021 was launched in Westside Library this week to promote physical and mental wellbeing. This...

New faces and new parties: A breakdown of the new City Council

The dust has settled after the drawn out local elections last weekend and a new Galway city council has been elected. With new faces in...

Two new faces on the city council in the west as all seats filled

There are two new faces in the mix in Galway City West as all six city council seats in that district have now been...

Galway City West tally – Donal Lyons leads as Green’s Pauline O’Reilly surges

The final Tally for Galway City West is in and Knocknacarra's Donal Lyons is leading the pack, with the Green Party's Pauline O'Reilly surging...

Galway City West Preview: Who are the Candidates and what do they stand for?

Tomorrow, May 24th Galwegians will go to the polls to vote in the Local Elections. The Galway City West Ward encompasses Barna, Knocknacarra, Rockbarton,...

Sweeney Oil wins Gradam award for encouraging Irish in business

A large crowd turned out yesterday to support the Irish language achievements of many businesses in Galway where Sweeney Oil was named the winner...

City Council calls for urgent review of parking permits

Galway city council has called for the executive to conduct an urgent review of the implementation of the city's parking control bylaws, in particular...
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