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Leisureland is delighted to present Old Salthill, a photographic exhibition by guest curator Tom Kenny of Kenny’s Bookshop and Gallery, who is well-known for his long-running and popular local-history column, Old Galway, in the Galway Advertiser.
Amenity lands stretching from Blackrock to Rusheen Bay are in danger of being lost to the public, as they are gradually bought up by a development consortium, according to a local councillor who said he would "vehemently oppose any future change in the zoning of these lands".
Galway city councillors have slammed the application for the proposed student housing development at the Westwood Hotel site in Dangan.
The Educate Together school in Knocknacarra will move from its current temporary accommodation, and into the former Gaelscoil Mhic Amhlaigh off the Cappagh Road, at the start of the next school term.
The IDA has agreed to encourage future industries planning to establish a base in Galway, to set up on lands owned by the authority in Oranmore, a move one local TD believes will help combat Parkmore’s chronic traffic congestion.
The IDA has agreed to encourage future industries planning to establish a base in Galway, to set up on lands owned by the authority in Oranmore, a move one local TD believes will help combat Parkmore's chronic traffic congestion.
There is an “urgent need to have more industry developed” on industrial zoned land in Knocknacarra, a move that, if realised, would daily reduce traffic volumes in the area and increase local employment.
A city councillor says debating about whether Galway would benefit from the installation of a light rail system is a “waste of time”.
Galway city councillors have voted unanimously to put a cap on housing units per hectare at a new urban village.
An unprecedented number of objections to the proposed building of more than 70 new social housing units on the Ballymoneen Road in Knocknacarra have been made, according to councillor Mike Crowe.