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Funding for Flood Mitigation works at three Galway towns

Almost €200,000 in funding has been allocated for flood mitigation works at three towns and villages around Galway. The Office of Public Works has announced...

Works to remove uneven surfaces on Quay Street to start next week

Upgrade works on Quay Street will begin next week as part of street rehabilitation and drainage works in the pedestrian area of Galway City. The...

Funding awarded for flood mitigation works in Monivea

Funding has been allocated for the installation and construction of minor flood mitigation works in Monivea. Minister of State Patrick O’Donovan has announced the approval...

€282,600 approved for flood mitigation works in Galway City and County

Galway City and County Council's applications for flood mitigation works have been successful, with €282,600 being approved for four projects. The councils applied for funding...

Steps to address crisis in Public Works Contracts welcomed

Galway East TD Seán Canney has welcomed the government's commitment to address the crisis in the Public Works Contracts due to the increase in...

Funding approved for flood relief works at Roxborough, Kilchreest

Galway County Council has been allocated funding of €40,253 for a revised study and flood relief works at Roxborough, Kilchreest. Galway East TD Seán Canney...

Tánaiste offers best wishes ahead of “big day” on return to offices

Thousands of people in Galway alone are preparing to go back to the workplace tomorrow, as the phased return to offices begins, and many...

Public asked to contribute to Galway Barn Owl survey

People in Galway are being asked to help with a survey on Barn Owls in the county which is being carried out this summer. BirdWatch...

City Council rejects plans for extra car parking at government offices

Galway City Council has refused to grant planning permission for expanded car parking facilities at government offices in Renmore. The Commissioner of Public Work sought...

Council approves city centre office development

Galway City Council has granted planning approval for a large scale office development in the city centre. The O'Malley Group (Homes and Development) Ltd has...

Works to prevent flooding in Clifden to start next week

Galway County Council has appointed a contractor to carry out storm water diversion works on the Low Road in Clifden. Senator Seán Kyne has confirmed...

Plans to convert Connacht Tribune Paper Store to office space

Plans are in the works to convert the Connacht Tribune Paper Store on Market Street to a co-working office space for start up companies...

Public consultation meeting on Ballinasloe Flood Relief Scheme

A public consultation will take place in Ballinasloe this week to get people's views on developing a Flood Relief Scheme for the area. The meeting...

New Students’ Union President takes office at NUI Galway

Galway-native and Science graduate Clare Austick has been elected President of the Students’ Union in NUI Galway. Clare previously held the positions of Vice-President/ Welfare...

Your City, Your Say workshop this Saturday

This Saturday afternoon Galway Environmental Network are hosting their inaugural event 'Your City, Your Say: Be Part of It', a free participatory city planning...

Public consultations get underway on €450 million Ceannt development

The public consultation process has opened on developer Gerry Barrett's €450 million plan for a new urban quarter on an 8.2 acre site next...

Workshop to help building contractors bid for public works in Galway

A workshop for building contractors who want to learn more about competing for contracts for public works is being held in Galway next week. The...

Dáil Committee to examine An Post plans to close 18 Galway post offices

Minister for Communications and Galway Roscommon TD Denis Naughten will appear before the Dáil Communications Committee this afternoon to discuss plans to close many...

New NUI Galway Students’ Union President takes office

Commerce student and Drogheda native Megan Reilly has been elected President of the Students’ Union in NUI Galway, the first first female SU President in...

Application submitted for works to prevent erosion at Leenane

An application has been submitted by Galway County Council to carry out erosion prevention works in Leenane, it has been confirmed. The application was made...

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