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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...

Poster which terrified dog owners yesterday being investigated

Galway City Council is investigating 'as a matter of urgency' an unusual poster which appeared yesterday in the city.The sign appeared on the Long...

Over €100k awarded for improvement of city community facilities

Over €100,000 in grants has been awarded to 20 different charities, sports clubs, and community groups in Galway City.The funding approved by the city...

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...

Demolition of the Corrib Great Southern starting in December

After many years as one of the most unwelcome eyesores in Galway City, demolition orders have finally been issued for the former Corrib Great...

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...

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...

Plans for Salmon Weir pedestrian bridge advance

Plans for the construction of a new pedestrian bridge over the River Corrib next to the Salmon Weir Bridge have progressed with the determination...

Public consultation launched on proposed city Bus Corridor

A public consultation has been launched on a proposed Bus Corridor on the old Dublin Road in Galway City meant to improve local public,...

Coronavirus: What city amenities and services are open in Level 3?

Galway is now in Level 3 of the Roadmap for Living with COVID-19 for the next three weeks, which has brought in new restrictions...

Over 420 parents and guardians ‘Park and Stride’ to get exercise on the school run

More than 420 parents and guardians have signed up for the city council's 'Park and Stride' scheme to encourage people to exercise on the...

Plans to knock derelict Newcastle building for apartments for older people

The Galway Simon Community is seeking planning permission to demolish a derelict building, and build new apartments for older people in its place.The plans...

Three day roadworks to disrupt city centre traffic

Roadworks on Forster Street will disrupt some traffic in Galway City Centre for a period of three days this week, starting from tomorrow.JMS Ltd...

Ballybrit road closing for two weeks in November

A street in Ballybrit will be closed daily for the be closed for the better part of two weeks next month due to water...

City Council closing off area where large crowds gathered Monday

Galway City Council is closing off the area between the Wolfe Tone Bridge and Claddagh Quay where massive crowds were seen this week.There was...

Bus lane reopens on Forster Street in the city

Galway City Council has reinstated the bus lane on Forster Street this week to provide priority access for buses coming to Eyre Square.Forster Streets...

Best water quality readings in 8 years at Ballyloughane Beach is “hugely positive”

A Galway West TD has described the water readings at Ballyloughane Beach this season as “hugely positive”.Mairéad Farrell TD noted that 16 water quality...
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Two leading retailers come together for Breast Cancer Research

Two of Galway’s leading retailers have come together to help locally-based charity, the National Breast Cancer Research Institute. Brown Thomas and Hartmann’s Jewellers have partnered...

Rare chance to own a house in a popular city neighbourhood

This spacious house in Taylor’s Hill, Galway is an unmissable opportunity to snatch up a property in one of the most attractive and sought...