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Vacant Westside pub to be converted into tourist accommodation

Plans have been submitted to the city council to convert a vacant pub at Westside Shopping Centre in tourist accommodation. Planning permission is being sought...

Expansion of Doughiska housing estate rejected

Plans to expand the Fionnuisce housing estate in Doughiska have been rejected by the city council. Hope Street Investment Ltd applied for permission to build...

Tender issued for €1.3 million Merlin Park ambulance base

Plans for a new ambulance station at Merlin Park Hospital are progressing as tenders have been issued for the construction contract. Planning permission was granted...

Brothers of Charity get approval for Headford Road Day Centre

The Brothers of Charity have been granted approval for a Day Centre on the Headford Road. Planning permission was granted to the Brothers of Charity...

2.6km of Tuam road water mains being replaced

An extensive upgrade of the water network on the outskirts of Galway city will see 2.6km of water mains replaced this summer. Irish Water are...

674 bedroom student accommodation development gets planning approval

A massive student student accommodation project in Dangan with an estimated value of €23 million has been granted planning approval. NUI Galway applied directly to...

Athenry quarry allowed to keep concrete mixing plant

Coshla Quarry at Barretspark outside Athenry has been given approval to retain a backup concrete mixing plant. The plant that Coshla Quarries sought retention permission...

Leo Varadkar faces calls to allocate €20 million to Connacht Rugby

It was a standard day in the Dáil yesterday as the deputies filed in for leaders' questions. The Taoiseach dealt with questions, suggestions and scrutiny...

Educate Together school allowed to retain temporary facilities

Claregalway Educate Together National School has been granted permission to retain its temporary facilities while waiting for the new school to be built. Educate Together...

Appeal lodged against permission for Salthill housing development

An appeal has been lodged with An Bord Pleanála against a grant of planning permission for a housing development in Salthill. Highgate Investments Ltd received...

NGOs and community organisations awarded €18.5 million

Nearly €20 million has been allocated to NGOs and civil society organisations in Galway and around Ireland to support their work in the community. Funding...

Appeal against permission for Bohermore apartments rejected

An Bord Pleanála has rejected an appeal against planning permission for two blocks of apartments in Bohermore. Oakway Developments secured planning permission for 14 apartments...

Lonely burial leads to calls for review of deaths in direct provision

The burial of transgender woman Sylva Tukula, carried out with no friends present or without informing anyone, has led to calls for a review...

Plans submitted for 13 houses in Loughrea town

Plans have been submitted for a residential development in Loughrea town of 13 houses. Pinza Property Comapany ltd is seeking planning permission to build 13...

More time granted to convert old Eyre Square bank to café/restaurant

More time has been granted to complete work converting an old bank on Eyre Square into a café and restaurant. Londyne Ltd was first granted...

‘Misogynistic’, ‘racist’ and creating ‘a culture of bigotry’ – Eyre Square protesters condemn Donald Trump

The rain did little to deter a gathering of protesters against US President Donald Trump in Eyre Square yesterday evening. A number of people gathered...

Plans to replace dilapidated Nuns Island buildings with apartments

Plans have been lodged with the city council to tear down two dilapidated buildings on Nuns Island and replace them with apartments. Halictus Ltd is...

Middle Street closing for four days of roadworks

Middle street in the city will be closing for four days of roadworks in June. The city council has ordered the street closed to traffic...

Approval granted for six blocks of apartments in Doughiska

Planing approval has been granted for a residential development in Douhgiska consisting of 51 apartments. JHL Property Holding Company sought permission to build six blocks...

Clifden beach remains on EPA list of unacceptable water standards

Clifden Beach is one of five left in Ireland that still has 'Poor' quality bathing water according to the latest report from the EPA...

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