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Busking regulations must be revisited after Lonely Planet rating

Lonely Planet today rated Galway City as one of the top destinations to visit in the world in 2020, describing the city as 'brilliantly...

New status yellow weather warning for Galway

A fresh status yellow weather warning has been issued for Galway today as Storm Lorenzo moves on from the west. Met Eireann have issued a...

People Before Profit join opposition to Connemara mining plans

The Galway branch of People Before Profit have added their voice to local opposition to plans for exploratory mining in Connemara. The Canadian mining company...

Road deaths go up in 2019 as five killed in Galway

The Road Safety Authority is concerned about an increase in road deaths this year, with five people killed in Galway alone. According to the RSA...

Owen Hanley wants to be a “role model” for members of the LGBT community

Last month, Owen Hanley made history by becoming the youngest person ever to be elected to Galway City Council at 23 years old. The well...

Mobile tower in Ballybrit gets planning approval

Galway city council has granted approval for a new mobile telecommunications tower in Ballybrit to improve the local phone and broadband internet coverage. Cignal Infrastructure...

Homelessness in Galway remains unchanged in April

The latest figures on national homelessness in April show that numbers remained relatively unchanged in Galway as the number of people without a home...

Galway film companies get backing from multi-million fund

Three film and television production companies in Galway have received backing from a €2 million fund backing creators in the west. The Western Region Audiovisual...

New mobile tower planned for Ballybrit

Permission is being sought to erect a mobile telecommunications tower in Ballybrit to improve the phone and broadband coverage in the area. Cignal Infrastructure Ireland...

One week left for local festivals and summer schools to apply for €5k grants

Galway groups have been urged to apply to the funding scheme for local festivals and summer schools in the coming week. Grants are available for...

COPE Galway wan of “watershed” as homelessness numbers pass 10,000

COPE Galway has said that the homelessness crisis has passed a terrible "watershed" as the number of people without a home has passed 10,000...

Why secondary school students across Galway have decided to skip school this Friday

Students from all over Galway will skip school this Friday to take part in a school strike for the environment.The students, who attend secondary...

Galway History Festival, bringing the past to life

Galway History Festival is taking place next week to put the past in the spotlight and encourage people to take an...

Galway Simon welcomes affordable housing task force

The announcement of the special Housing Taskforce to deliver on affordable housing targets in Galway has been welcomed by Galway Simon Community.

Deadline extended for building contractors to join framework for public works

The deadline has been extended for local supplier and contractors in Galway to sign up for the Minor Building Works Framework (Residential). The Minor Building...

Well-known local activist to contest local elections in May

Galway city native, Joe Loughnane, has been confirmed as the People Before Profit candidate for the local elections in May. Joe 32, who lives and...

Over €600,000 funding for Galway community services

Community organisations of every shape and size across Galway city and county will benefit from more than €600,000 in funding announced this week. Galway West...

Galway lists no land for vacant sites levy

Galway has listed no vacant sites for an anti-hoarding levy coming into effect in January. Local authorities have been granted the power to impose a...

Mattie Murphy says Croke Park shares the blame for financial crisis

Six time All-Ireland Galway hurling manager Mattie Murphy has said that Croke Park must shoulder some of the blame for the recent scandals that...

Government failings in health and housing in Galway are ‘staggering’

Sinn Féin Councillor Mairéad Farrell has slammed the Government's current failure to efficiently manage the Health and Housing sector in Galway.Health Service Staff Shortage in...
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Man sentenced to six years for life-changing city centre assaults

A Loughrea man was sentenced to six years in prison, of which he will serve at least four and half years, for a pair...

COVID-19: 60 deaths and 132 Galway cases today

There have been 60 additional deaths related to COVID-19 reported by the Department of Health today, one of which occurred in December, and the...

Over the Edge celebrating 18th birthday with January Zoom meeting

The January Over the Edge Open reading will take place next week for lovers of poetry and prose to get a nice booster shot...

GMIT launches four new Marine Science scholarships

GMIT has announced the creation of four new scholarships for PhD students studying marine science and biodiversity conservation in the west of Ireland.The Cullen...