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Middle Arch closes after Gardaí disperse large crowds last night

Middle Arch in Galway City is closed once again from this morning after Gardaí broke up a large gathering of people around the Spanish...

Restarting of Driver Theory Tests welcomed

The news that in-person driver theory tests will be restarting from next has been welcomed due to the significant demand and backlog. The Department of...

Galway community encouraged to take part in 2021 Pride Festival

Local artists, community groups and more are being asked to consider engaging in the 2021 Galway Pride Festival taking place this Autumn. Galway Pride is...

Major plans to transform city streets into outdoor dining areas this summer

Galway city's streets are set to be transformed this summer to facilitate outdoor dining, with the Council making a number of proposals to pedestrianise...

Schools encouraged to engage with city council on pedestrianised drop off zones

Schools in Galway City are being encouraged to work with the city council on creating pedestrianised school streets during drop off and pick up...

Cross Street to remain pedestrianised after changes to city traffic

Cross Street will remain pedestrianised following traffic flow changes which will come into effect on four city centre streets next week. Galway City Council released...

Woman coughs at teenagers at “disgusting” anti-mask protest on Eyre Square

A group of anti-maskers gathered at Eyre Square with large banners and tricolours yesterday, flouting public health restrictions and shouting abuse at passers by. One...

Calculated grades fix “too late” for some who have started college

Correcting the grades of up to 10% of Leaving Cert students affected by the calculated grades debacle may be too late for some young...

Coronavirus: Alarm as hundreds congregate drinking in Galway city

Galway's colleges and An Garda Síochána must address the large number of students congregating due to the risk of spreading COVID-19 it poses, as...

City Direct resuming limited amount of bus services

City Direct will be resuming some bus services in Knocknacarra next week after months of no service due to COVID-19, which brought sustained public...

Outrage at fire that destroyed house meant for Traveller family

There has been a wide chorus of condemnations over a fire that destroyed a house in Carnmore which was meant to house a Traveller...

Teach Solais LGBT+ Resource Centre forced to close over funding crisis

Teach Solais LGBT+ resource centre in Galway City is closing its door permanently at the end of this month due to long standing funding...

Galwegians pay tribute to architect of peace John Hume

Tributes have flooded in from across the world for former SDLP leader and Nobel laureate John Hume, who has died at the age of...

Public consultation launched for new city Speed Limits bylaws

Galway City Council has launched a public consultation on proposed bylaws setting new speed limits around the city. The draft 'Road Traffic (Special Speed Limits)...

Proposal in the works for 30km/hr city centre speed limit

Galway City Council will be holding a public consultation in the coming weeks on proposals for a 30km/hr speed limit in the city centre. At...

“Great news” for Galway City as Cross Street is pedestrianised

The pedestrianisation of Cross Street has been described as "great news" for Galway city. Work to pedestrianise the street began today and Luke 'Ming' Flanagan...

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...

100 new ideas suggested during Change Our Streets meeting

Removing kissing gates was one of over 100 new ideas suggested during a successful Change Our Streets meeting held online yesterday evening. More than 80...

Planning permission refused for 342 unit housing development in Rosshill

An Bord Pleanála has refused planning permission today for a large scale housing development in Rosshill which included plans for 342 houses and apartments. Kegata...

City Hall lights up red on May Day to recognise essential workers

Galway City Council will mark the day this year by illuminating City Hall in red tonight. The first of May has been celebrated in Ireland...

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