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Galway City LCDC approves grants worth €55,368

Galway City Local Community Development Committee has approved grants totalling €55,368 to a wide range of local groups and organisations in Galway City. The funding...

‘Make a Break for Galway’ this Autumn for your staycation

A new tourism initiative is pushing people in Ireland to 'Make a Break for Galway' this year for their holidays, pushing Galway city a...

Eircom gets the go ahead to replace city phone booths

Eircom has been given approval to replace ageing phone booths at seven different locations around Galway City with more modern, accessible, multimedia ones. As well...

Tourism Recovery Fund supporting festivals promoting Galway City

Galway City Council is accepting applications for funding from festivals, events or promotions that will help in the economic recovery of the city in...

New cycling project holds another successful event despite obstacles

A new cycling project, designed to encourage people to use their bikes more, has held another successful event in Galway City. Galway Cycling Campaign's 'CycleCoffeeCake'...

N6 roadworks to disrupt Galway city traffic next week

Traffic on one of the busiest roads in Galway City will be disrupted next week by roadworks taking place on the N6 dual carriageway...

Breathtaking images of comet Neowise over Galway City

Comet Neowise has been tracing a brilliant path through the skies over Ireland in recent days, and will continue to do so for more...

Australian Head of Mission to Ireland praises Galway’s cultural strengths

The Head of Mission for Australia praised Galway as a "lesson to the world" in balancing protecting and promoting the arts alongside encouraging business...

Galway City’s population could rise by 55% in plan published today

Galway City's population could rise by between 50% and 55% by 2040 in a plan which has suggested population growth as a way of...

Galway is most at risk city to economic hit from Covid-19

Galway City is the most at risk urban centre in Ireland to the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic according to a report from...

Galway Chamber election manifesto makes traffic a priority

Galway Chamber of Commerce has released its election manifesto, calling on candidates and voters alike to Get Galway Moving and tackle traffic congestion. Traffic is...

Calls for crack down on AirBnB in Galway City

With so many travel guides declaring Galway a must see destination in 2020, the latest of which was CNN, calls have been made for...

Galway City and Clifden to share in €15.5 million tourism initiative

Galway city and Clifden will both share in the €15.5 million Fáilte Ireland 'Destination Towns' initiative to boost their attractiveness and tourism appeal. This scheme...

RNLI volunteers get ready for a Perfect Storm this Christmas

As Christmas approaches, RNLI lifeboat crews based in Galway city, Clifden and the Aran Islands are issuing their own call for help as they...

Galway listed in world’s top cities for tourists in 2020 by Lonely Planet

Galway has been named one of the world’s top cities to visit next year by popular travel guides Lonely Planet. The city was included in...

“I thought Galway City would be a place where I could learn Irish easily and readily”

Irish is understood to some extent by 25% of people on the island of Ireland, with almost 50% in Galway have some Irish. Census figures...

Wide range of local groups to benefit from Community Development grants

Grants totalling €132,455 have been approved by the Galway City Local Community Development Committee. A wide range of local groups and organisations in Galway City...

City residents asked to help choose official swimming areas

The people of Galway city are being asked to decide which local beaches waterways should be officially designated as swimming waters this year. Each year,...

Finalists of Gradam 2019 to be revealed next week

The finalists of this year's Gradam Sheosaimh Uí Ógartaigh who promoted the use and visibility of the Irish language in their businesses will be...

GoBus launches first ever regional route from Galway to Ballina

GoBus is celebrating its tenth year in business with the opening if its first multi-stop regional route from Galway to Ballina. The Galway Regional Connect...
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Reusable masks handed out as NUIG students return for new academic year

Every student at NUI Galway will receive three reusable face masks over the next few weeks as the new academic year gets underway in...

N59 upgrade to go before An Bord Pleanála by year’s end

Reports required for the N59 upgrade project between Glenlo Abbey and Killeen are expected to be submitted to An Bord Pleanála by the end...

Galway’s Dough Bros named among Top 50 pizzerias in Europe

Galway's Dough Bros have been named among the Top 50 Pizzerias in all of Europe by a prestigious panel of judges in Milan earlier...

Two islands to benefit from over €190,000 in grants

Two Galway islands will benefit from over €190,000 in grants announced today by the Department of Rural and Community Development. Inis Mór and Inishbofin as...
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