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Galway was reeling last evening after a day of horror on the roads on Tuesday which saw five people die in two separate accidents in a twelve-hour period.
The Mayor of Galway Councillor Declan McDonnell has called on the public to give credit where it is due by nominating unpaid volunteers, for the annual Mayor’s Award, for their work in the community in the city.
A major bid to make Galway the leading Smart Travel location in the country by the Galway City Council and Galway County Council could see car use reduced dramatically over the next five years and see a major rise in cycling, walking, and the use of public transport.
While most Galwegians are itching to fly off to far flung places to avoid the big freeze and thaw single women around the world have voted our city as one of the top five cities to visit, the only Irish place to feature in the list.
All car parks in Galway city should introduce half price parking from 12 noon each weekday from now until the New Year, according to the Galway Chamber.
The Galway Arts Centre will host the National Gallery’s Study Day for Leaving Cert Students in the Nuns Island Theatre next month.
There will be an international flavour to the music series at Coole Park over the next few days as part of the Coole Park Winter Programme. Tonight (Thursday) Coole will host a concert of Mexican music by The Gringo Stars from 8pm to 9pm.
The long wait to the announcement of the winners of the Impact Media Elevate Award is almost over, with the unveiling of six finalists.
Galwegians will be able to have their say on the Draft City Development Plan 2011 - 2017 once it goes on public display at the end of this month.
Maree, already off to a respectable 2-2 start in their first ever Men’s National League campaign, knocked out 2008 winners UCD-Marian in their first round National Cup encounter in Oranmore on Saturday November 14th. It was a tough, physical game, in which UCD-Marian incurred several technical fouls, and Maree struggled to find their form, before pulling away for a 69 – 56 win. An encouraging aspect of the Oranmore-Maree outfit’s victory was that 5 players finished with 10 points or more, the kind of spread of scoring that they and their coaches have been looking for.