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Family of man killed by drink driver didn’t want him to go to jail

The daughter of a man killed by a drink driver in Galway at Christmas asked the judge not to send him to jail, as...

Galway has an above average rate of people caught driving under the influence

The rate of people getting caught driving while under the influence in Galway is higher than the national average. Figures from the Central Statistics Office...

Again? This is getting silly – fresh weather warnings for wind and rain

More heavy wind and rain are inbound for Galway from Monday evening as yellow weather warnings have been issued for much of Ireland. A status...

Over 900 people are on a waiting list for a driving test in Galway

Driving Test centres are still backed up around the country with over 900 people waiting for a driving test in Galway alone. The average time...

Corrib Oil fined for missing vehicle records

Corrib Oil was fined €2,500 at Galway District Court this week failing to produce records about the use of its trucks. The company, based out...

Cancelled driving tests for lorries and buses “a serious situation”

Minister Shane Ross has been questioned in the Seanad about the problems that have arisen in Galway ariund driving tests for buses and lorries. Galway...

Replacement primary school needed for Barna – Kyne says

Scoil Shéamais Naofa primary school in Barna needs a new location and building for growth and safety reasons, Galway Senator Senator Seán Kyne has...

Funding announced for ten biodiversity projects in Galway

Ten projects in Galway City and County meant to encourage local biodiversity among plants and animals have been awarded government funding. The city and county...

City Council to bring ‘School Zones’ markings to all city schools

The reaction to the new pilot 'School Zones' in Galway City has been overwhelmingly positive, and the council plans to introduce these same safety...

An Bord Pleanála green lights Moycullen housing estate

An Bord Pleanála has granted planning approval for a mixed use development in Moycullen consisting of a 46 houses and commercial units. The Bord granted...

Radio stations need support for Irish Language programming NUIG study finds

Radio stations in Ireland need greater support to produce Irish Language programming a recently released report from NUI Galway states. The report is based on...

€50 million fund for walking and cycling infrastructure open to Galway County Council

Galway County Council will share in a new €50 million fund meant to support the development of walking and cycling infrastructure outside of cities. The...

An Bord Pleanála approves controversial Mountbellew filling station

An Bord Plenála has upheld planning permission for a new filling station in Mountbellew which has been heavily opposed at multiple turns locally. The plans...

Galway libraries to share in €2.8 million COVID-19 fund

Public libraries in Galway and around the country will benefit from €2.8 million in funding to adapt to the new circumstances of COVID-19 and...

An Bord Pleanála upholds approval for Jurys Inn hotel expansion

An Bord Pleanála has upheld a decision to grant planning permission for a major expansion of Jurys Inn hotel in Galway City. The hotel on...

Mountbellew filling station fight heads back to An Bord Pleanála

Opposition has remained strong to a proposed filling station on the road into Mountbellew, with local residents launching an appeal against approval of the...

Coronavirus: List of ‘essential’ workers who can still travel

The government has published a full list of the essential service providers who are exempt from new restrictions imposed this week to fight the...

Gort locals triumph over plans for Biogas plant as planning permission refused

Planning permission has been refused for a biogas plant in the Gort area which attracted massive local opposition, with hundreds of objections filed. Sustainable Bio-Energy...

Controversial Oranmore housing project refused planning permission

Planning permission has been refused for a housing development at Oranmore which attracted massive opposition from local residents. Torca Developments Limited has intended to build...

Approval given for 288 apartments at Crown Square development

An Bord Pleanála has given the go ahead for the construction of 238 build-to-let apartments in the city as part of the €200m Crown...

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