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Galway homes to be among first connected to National Broadband Plan

Townlands in Co Galway are to be among the first to be connected to the National Broadband Plan Network, it has been confirmed. National Broadband...

First Galway homes to be connected in early 2021 under National Broadband Plan

Galway is expected to see an investment of €153 million to connect almost 40,0000 homes and businesses to high-speed fibre under the National Broadband...

Contractor appointed for eight Galway broadband hubs

Vodafone Ireland has been chosen as the contractor to provide services at public broadband hubs in rural areas around the country, including eight in...

Terminal for deep sea internet cables at Galway Harbour approved

Planning approval has been given for a new depot at Galway Harbour to connect underwater internet infrastructure to the mainland. Deepsea Fibre Networks intends to...

Plans for broadband infrastructure on Clfiden Church rejected again

Plans to place mobile and broadband infrastructure on the spire of an historic church in Clifden have been rejected again by An Bord Pleanála. Cignal...

Plans to replace Loughrea mobile tower with one 11m taller

Plans have been submitted to replace an existing mobile and broadband tower outside Loughrea with a new mast 11m taller. Cignal Infrastructure are seeking planning...

Fibre broadband surveying begins in east Galway

Ground surveys to prepare for the rollout of fibre broadband next year are getting underway in parts of east Galway and Roscommon. National Broadband Ireland,...

Heavy local opposition to Headford telecoms mast plans

There is heavy local opposition within Headford to plans by Eircom to build a multi-operator telecoms mast in the area, with residents concerned about...

Nineteen rural Galway sites chosen for high speed broadband hubs

Nineteen locations in rural Galway will be among the first to get high speed internet under the National Broadband Plan. It was announced this week...

Rejection of broadband antennae on historic Clifden church appealed

An appeal has been lodged against the county council's decision to refuse planning permission for broadband infrastructure on a historic church in Clifden. Cignal Infrastructure...

Permission refused for broadband infrastructure on historic Clifden church

Planning permission has been refused to install broadband infrastructure onto the tower of an historic church in Clifden. Cignal Infrastructure sought approval to install six...

Concerns about cost and timeframe of National Broadband Plan

The recent signing of the €3 billion National Broadband Plan has been welcomed, but concerns have still been raised about costs, timelines, and the...

SIRO investing €20 million in high speed city broadband

SIRO has this week announced plans to bring Gigabit speed broadband to tens of thousands people living in and around Galway city with a...

Why you should switch to the fastest broadband in Ireland

Choosing a broadband company can often seem like an overwhelming task, but choosing the right one is important. That's why if you haven't already, you...

Galway businessman Declan Ganley has ambitious plan for 5G networks in the US

Galway businessman Declan Ganley's company Rivada Networks is making a major move into the US telecoms market with an ambitious plan for 5G network...

Government must hold “Golden share” of national broadband to block any sell off

The government must retain a "golden share" of whatever company operates the new national broadband infrastructure to protect the taxpayers' investment. Galway TD Michael Fitzmaurice...

Broadband plan leaves rural communities waiting years for results say Murphy

The €3 billion National Broadband Plan is a disappointment to rural communities as it will take years longer to connect rural areas than hoped,...

Government approves €3 billion National Broadband Plan

The government has today signed off on the National Broadband Plan expected to cost in the region of €3 billion with the appointment of...

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...

National broadband plan delays accused of leaving the west behind

Continuing delays to implementing the National Broadband Plan have come under fire for leaving the west of Ireland behind. Galway East TD Anne Rabbitte said...
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Coronavirus: 3 deaths and spike in Galway cases

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Can Galway United make it four wins in a row?

Galway United return to league action at Eamonn Deacy Park tonight when the Tribesmen welcome Wexford FC to the west. This will be the second...

Moycullen housing plans rejected after massive opposition

Planning permission has been refused for a housing development in Moycullen which attracted heavy opposition from locals who said there is already enough housing...
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