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Galway Pride 2020 summer festival cancelled

The 2020 Galway Pride Festival which was to take place this August has been postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, with the festival organisers...

File being prepared for DPP over attack on Chinese restaurant

A file is being prepared for the Director of Public Prosecutions in connection with a widely condemned attack on a Chinese restaurant in Galway...

Gardaí investigating attack on Chinese restaurant on Quay Street

Gardaí are investigating a possibly racially motivated attack on a Chinese restaurant in Galway City Centre which has drawn widespread condemnation. Videos which appear to...

Huge increase in people throwing away used plastic gloves in public

People are being reminded that plastic gloves should be disposed of safely and correctly following complaints that people have been throwing away their used...

Five main road cycle lanes planned for Galway City East

Five main roads on the east side of Galway City are due to have cycles lanes created under Stage 1 of the Cycle Network...

Direct Provision centres deny people dignity and humanity – SocDems

Social Democrats have reiterated their call for Direct Provison to be abolished following a period of heightened fear within local communities about the setting...

Taoiseach calls on Noel Grealish to withdraw migrant remarks

The Taoiseach has joined a growing number of voices calling on Galway TD Noel Grealish to withdraw comments he made about African migrants at...

Calls for Noel Grealish to apologise over migrant comments

More than 1,200 people have signed a petition calling on Galway West TD Noel Grealish to apologise about alleged comments about African migrants. At a...

Galway House Hunting Facebook group denies censoring posts about rogue landlords

Well-known Facebook group Galway House Hunting for sound people has denied censoring landlords' bad behaviour after being accused of removing posts about landlords engaging...

“I thought Galway City would be a place where I could learn Irish easily and readily”

Irish is understood to some extent by 25% of people on the island of Ireland, with almost 50% in Galway have some Irish. Census figures...

Cllr calls for injection centre for addicts in Galway City

A Galway City Councillor has called for a safe injection centre in Galway city for people with drug addiction. Social Democrats Cllr Owen Hanley made...

Urban Gaeltacht proposed for Nun’s Island

There is an ongoing proposal to create an Urban Gaeltacht in Nuns' Island in order to cultivate a "thriving Irish language community" in the...

Local activists voice opposition to ‘soulless’ Wetherspoons in Galway

Today's confirmation that JD Wetherspoon will complete the purchase of Carbon in August has been met with opposition. People Before Profit representative Joe Loughnane voiced...

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...

City council approves grants for 20 local community festivals

Galway city council has approved grant funding for 20 local community festivals this year. The Local Community Festivals Grant Scheme provides support for events in...

Councillors react furiously to commercial proposals for Dyke road site

Certain members of Galway City Council pulled no punches and made their feelings known to proposals made by the Land Development Agency in relation...

City council approves €5 million funding for home loan scheme

Galway city council has approved raising a further €5 million for first time buyers under the Rebuilding Ireland Home Loan Scheme. The Home Loan Scheme...

Councillors clash over Traveller accommodation at first Council meeting

Traveller Accommodation was raised at the first ordinary meeting of Galway City Council yesterday, with one Fianna Fáil councillor asking where members of the...

“Tyranny that knows no mercy” – Galway protest over Sudan atrocities

On Saturday, the group ‘solidarity with Sudan Galway’ organized a protest in Eyre Square to highlight the recent atrocities committed against the people of...

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...

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