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Groundbreaking youth orchestra breaks out the Beethoven

Galway's exciting new youth orchestra Symphonic Waves is performing two full concerts this month after filling out more sections and completing intense summer rehearsals. Symphonic Waves Youth Orchestra...

Choir from United States to perform for local charity

On a first-time visit to Ireland, a choir from Minnesota in the US will give a concert at St Nicholas Collegiate Church in the...

New primary school being built in Athenry

St. Joseph's N.S have been granted planning approval for the construction of a new primary school building at Carrabane, Athenry. The Board of Management submitted...

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...

“I don’t know how we are considering this” – lone councillor votes against Dublin Road cemetery site

Councillor Colette Connolly was the sole voice in the city council chamber this month who objected to a proposed cemetery on the Dublin Road. Galway...

Busking by-laws vote deferred until September

Buskers in Galway can relax and enjoy the Summer following a vote by Galway City Council to defer their decision on the busking by-laws...

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...

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...

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...

Marine Institute helping set up world class research institute in Cyprus

Galway's Marine Institute has been awarded €2 million to help set up a centre of excellence for marine research in Cyprus. The European Commission has...

City Council candidate wants to inject council with modern way of thinking

Young blood is needed in Galway City Council to inject the chamber with a more modern way of thinking, That's what first-time Fine Gael candidate...

City council calls for boycott of Eurovision in Israel

In its last meeting before the local elections this month Galway city council has passed a motion calling for a boycott of the 2019...

Cllr Mairéad Farrell sets out her stall ahead of Local Elections

Councillor Mairéad Farrell spoke to Galway Daily about her campaign ahead of the upcoming local elections. The Sinn Féin representative was elected to Galway City...

Why this Independent Councillor ‘won’t tow a party line’

For the latest in our series of interviews with local election candidates, we caught up with the sitting Councillor Mike Cubbard to discuss the...

Ó Cuív slams disuse of Cleggan and Inishbofin airstrips

The government has been criticised for not having a plan to make use of Cleggan and Inishbofin airstrips the way they were intended. Galway West...

City council calls for publicly funded student accommodation

Galway city council is calling for the construction of publicly funded student accommodation. At the monthly council meeting on Monday the council unanimously passed a...

City street closed until the end of February

Cross Street in Galway city is closed to traffic until the end of February to facilitate major works being done by Irish Water. The €2...

Symphonic Waves youth orchestra prepares exciting holiday shows

Galway's homegrown youth orchestra Symphonic Waves will take to the stage for a pre-Christmas showing after months of practice. Under the guidance of Conductor Prof....

Calls for people to shop local instead of online ahead of Christmas

Portumna traders have called for people to ‘think local first’ and purchase their gifts from local outlets where possible. Online shopping has become increasingly popular...

Human rights based approach involves looking at possibility of re-burial at Tuam

Minister Zappone has said that  a human rights based approach to the Mother and Baby Home site in Tuam would involve looking at the...

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