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The pedestrianisation of Eglinton Street must be seriously considered as it would extend the main shopping area of the city centre, making it more accessible for shoppers.
A Galway man who took part in a “professional” burglary in which €34,000 worth of cigarettes and cash was taken has been jailed for four years with the final three suspended.
Galway Simon Community fears that there will be a further increase in demand for its services in the New Year following last week’s Budget cuts.
A local charity has teamed up with a city company to organise a festive fundraiser this week.
The Galway City Community Forum is seeking input from the public for its online survey on cycling and walking in Galway.
€20 million investment in local medical company is strong vote of confidence in local workforce, say
A major financial investment in medical company Merit Medical Systems’ facility in Galway is a strong vote of confidence in the local workforce, according to local Fianna Fáil TD Frank Fahey.
City centre residents may not have been hit by the floods, nonetheless The Skeff holds its rural patrons dearly, and is holding a fundraising event for those in the flood affected areas. Manager Andrew Phillips explains: “Many of our loyal customers are from towns and villages across Galway county. We really wanted to offer our support and let the people of Galway county know that their Skeff staff have not forgotten them.”
Ballinasloe’s great Gaelic football years of the late seventies were relived in person and in print.
Unbeaten in their European campaign with two vital on the road victories, Connacht are injecting some deserved impetus into their season.
Saturday’s fixture with Superleague leaders UL Eagles should provide a baramoter of Moycullen’s progress this season.