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Aldi plans to create 60 jobs with two new Galway stores

Aldi plans to create up to 60 new jobs in Galway with the opening of two new stores in Ballybrit, Galway City and in...

Galway City recycling centre reopening Monday

The recycling centre at the Galway City Civic Amenity Site is due to reopen next Tuesday, December 1 the city council has said.The recycling...

Galway Simon gets approval to build apartments for older people

The Galway Simon Community has been granted approval for a new housing project for older people with mobility issues.Planning permission has been granted for...

Breast Cancer screenings in Galway plummeted this year

The number of women who have received screening for breast cancer through BreastCheck in Galway has plummeted dramatically this year.In 2018 there were 9,958...

City Council issues CPO notice for Salmon Weir pedestrian bridge

Galway City Council is moving ahead with plans for the construction of a pedestrian and cycling bridge across the Corrib next to the Salmon...

City Councillor calls for drones to combat illegal dumping

A Galway City Councillor is calling for the use of drones to combat illegal rubbish dumping.Councillor Alan Cheevers said that using drones would help...

City Council seeks reduction in scale of docks hotel plans

Galway City Council has requested that the developer of a proposed hotel down by the docks revise their plans with a significant reduction in...

City councillor welcomes campaign for renewed birthright citizenship

Galway City Councillor Niall McNelis has welcomed a campaign by Labour Youth to reintroduce birthright citizenship in Ireland.Children born in Ireland since 2005 to...

Decision due this week on 11 storey city hotel plans

A decision is due from Galway City Council this week on whether to grant planning permission for a new 11 storey hotel by the...

Over €13m allocated for Greenway projects in Galway

Over €13 million has been allocated for three Galway greenway projects, as part of a national allocation of €63.5 million from the Department of...

City Councillor calls for greater mental health support for Leaving Cert students

The mental health needs of Leaving Cert students who have gone through a uniquely difficult year must not be forgotten a Galway City Councillor...

City community groups invited to apply for Mental Health grants

Galway City Council is inviting community, voluntary, and sports organisations to apply for newly available grants for projects that promote mental health and wellbeing.The...

More bus services needed for schoolkids in the city Cheevers says

A Galway City Councillor is calling for additional bus services for school students in the city due to the lack of capacity on public...

Public consultation opens on Cross-City Link bus corridor

Galway City Council has today launched a public consultation on a proposed public transport connecting the east and west sides of Galway City, with...

Plans for new urban district in Galway City

Plans have been submitted to the city council for the construction of a new urban quarter at the north eastern end of Galway City,...

Applications open for two sports clubs funding schemes in Galway City

Applications have opened today for two streams of funding for sports clubs and groups in Galway City.Galway City Council is now accepting applications for...

Ireland’s first outdoor theatre show as Gaeilge back in Galway next month

Following a sell out run in Connemara, Ireland's first drive-in theatre show as Gaeilge will be back in Galway in November. Philip Doherty's FIACH was...

Galway City Christmas Market cancelled this year

The annual Galway Christmas Market will not be taking place this year, as the city council has cancelled all public events in Eyre Square...

Open air exhibition keeping the arts alive in Galway

Museums and galleries may be closed, but Galway City itself is being turned into an exhibition, with displays of art, poetry, and stories in...

Galway City tumbles down IBAL list as litter levels rise

Galway City has tumbled dramatically down the list of towns combating litter, and is no longer considered 'Clean' to European standards. The latest survey from...
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