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It’s Thursday night which means it’s Strange Brew in the Róisín Dubh, the night when the city’s indie music fans are out to hear Gugai spinning the very latest music by the coolest alternative bands.
In every era in history, there is watershed in which what was acceptable before is no longer the norm, that what was expected is no longer expected, that what was tolerated was no longer allowed to be the dominant way of thinking.
A comprehensive integrated plan for Ceannt Station and the Harbour area in Galway city is vital for the city so that both developments proceed in tandem and complement each other.
The last six boats of the Claddagh fleet are to be restored to working order in time for the Volvo Ocean Boat Race, as part of a new project which seeks to preserve and promote Galway’s maritime heritage.
Many thought it would not happen before the Volvo Ocean Race. Many believed it would not happen long after the race left Galway, but this week it was confirmed that the massive oil tanks at the docks will be taken down by the end of April.
Bye-laws governing the harbour in Westport are set to be introduced, local politicians were told this week. The bye-laws will tackle many issues include the ongoing issue of an abandoned vessel in the area.
Since the re-establishment of the Galway Borough Council in 1937, very few women have been elected to the Galway City Council or Galway Corporation, as it was then known.
If the docklands and the proposals to turn it into a major port and harbour area are subjected to an area development plan, the proposal will go the way of the Ardaun - a noble plan the city is still waiting to see become a reality.