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Sinn Féin calls on council to protect greens and playgrounds in city estates

Thu, Feb 22, 2024

Mark Lohan

In a letter circulated to some residents of Ballinfoile Park this week, the City Council notified them of a public discussion on building houses on the green spaces in the estate.

However, the manner of the communication has angered Sinn Féin’s Mark Lohan who said that this is not the way to proceed with much needed housing delivery.

“Particularly when the council has over 60 acres of land in its ownership zoned and ready for housing development.


Galway Public Libraries to hold free events for Irish Astronomy Week

Mark Lohan

March 9-16 is Irish Astronomy Week and Galway Public Libraries will have a number of talks taking place in the city and county to mark the occasion. All events are free of charge and open to the public, but booking is recommended. ...

What's on in Galway

Hard Rock Collective carry heavy metal to Monroe’s

Monroe's Live is preparing for the electrifying sounds of the Hard Rock Collective on Friday, March 1, at 10pm. Expect a raucous night of grunge, rock, and heavy metal anthems. ...


Lack of creativity and defensive indecisiveness cost Galway United on their return to the big time

Galway United’s return to the Premier Division proved bitter-sweet as they suffered a 1-0 loss to St. Patrick’s Athletic in horrible conditions at Eamonn Deacy Park last Friday night. Although there were positives, United’s midfield ...


The Galway and Salthill Tramway Company

The mid-19th century was an era of little movement of people for social or pleasure purposes. In the post-Famine era, it was only business people of necessity, those who were emigrating or those whose financial circumstances allowed who travelled. ...


COMPETITION: Enter to win a €250 gift voucher for Thérapie Clinic's new Galway city state-of-the-art clinic

Europe’s No.1 Medical Aesthetic Clinic, Thérapie Clinic, is celebrating the opening of Ireland's largest aesthetic clinic in Edward Square with an exclusive giveaway!! ...


Rise in small business interest in green supports

Geoffrey Burke, Uisce Eireann

Small and medium-sized businesses interested in grants to help them invest in sustainable measures increased by over 40% in the past year, according to the bi-annual Uisce Éireann SME Sustainability Sentiment Survey. ...


Discover the opportunities at Bon Secours Hospital Galway open day

Leo Clancy, CEO of Enterprise Ireland, which is one of the supporters of the new Inspiring Women Entrepreneurs initiative, and Dr. Anne Cusack, founder of Critical Healthcare who is on the programme's panel.

Bon Secours Hospital Galway open day in the Cath Lab on December 7 is an opportunity for nurses and cardiac physiologists to explore its department and discuss the employment opportunities with the Cardiology Services Manager, Chief Cardiac ...


A new chapter for iconic former Taffee’s shop in Galway

Cushman & Wakefield has just launched the iconic former Taffee’s Shop at 47 William Street in Galway to the market for sale. The property is one of Galway city centre's best known buildings, occupying a prime location on the premier ...


New Ford Transit Connect plug-in hybrid

Ford Pro has introduced its new Transit Connect compact van, completing the brand’s new-generation line-up of high-productivity electrified Transit commercial vehicles in Europe. ...


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