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Chamber voices infrastructure fearsĀ 

Galway Chamber has voiced fears that Galway City is in serious danger of losing out to Cork, Limerick and Dublin in relation to vital infrastructure and investment projects.

Galway city centre to become car free?

The centre of Galway could become a car free zone if the Department of Transport has its way.

Citylink halts Cork to Galway route

Local coach operator Citylink has announced that is will cease to operate its Cork to Galway via Limerick route early next month.

Athlone conference to look at migrants and higher education

A conference on the experience of ethnic minority workers in accessing higher education and training will be held in the Hodson Bay Hotel, Athlone next Thursday, December 4.

The best of the west...but also the most expensive

Trips to the west could be a thing of the past as a new survey reveals that Galway city is the most expensive place to stay in Ireland.

North Beach Poetry Nights

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CORK POET Billy Ramsell will read at the next North Beach Poetry Nights in The Crane Bar, Sea Road, on Monday at 9pm.

New Citylink service to Cork

Citylink Ireland is operating a coach service between Galway city and Cork city/airport from this week following a review of licence agreements by the Department of Transport.

Citylink expands route network with wi-fi on buses

Galway based bus operator Citylink has expanded its popular service, and now has wifi on-board all coaches. The independent company offers 15 daily services to Dublin and Dublin airport. There are eight direct services from Galway to Shannon with additional departures from Galway at 5.30am, 11.30am, and 2.30pm, and a new departure from Shannon to Galway at 9.30am.

Passionfruit Theatre presents John Spillane

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Twice winner of the Meteor award in the best folk/trad category, John Spillane has toured the country and the world spreading joy with a mix of melodic tunes, entertaining stories, and poetic lyrics.

IWAK chief calls for Government assessment of all regional airports

Chairman of Ireland West Airport Liam Scollan has hit out at proposals in the McCarthy Report which he says fails to put the spotlight on the considerable level of State largesse provided to the State’s own regional airports, Cork and Shannon, and focuses instead on the much less significant funding interventions made to the so-called “regional airports” (Waterford, Kerry, Galway, IWA Knock, Sligo and Donegal).

 

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