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Re-opening Galway for angling on a pilot basis is a "welcome move" but will still be subject to restrictions and limitations in order to protect public health.
A new cycle and pedestrian path segregated from the main road, a new footpath, pedestrian crossing, and new kerb lines are now part of the entrance to the Connemara National Park at Letterfrack.
Galway businesses are set to benefit from the €14.2 million boost to the Trading Online Voucher Scheme operated by the Local Enterprise Offices and Údarás na Gaeltachta.
The Government must not be allowed "row back on delivery of the pier development" for InisOírr as promised under the Capital Investment Plan 2016-2020.
A hotel that was destroyed by fire in 2011 and which has been “an eyesore” for almost a decade, has now received planning permission for a complete re-development and refurbishment.
Claims by the acting Environment Minister Alan Kelly that payment rates to Irish water now stand at 70 per cent will only be confirmed when the controversial utility company publishes the latest payment figures - something it has so far failed to do.
More than 3,000 children are waiting for orthodontic appointments in the West, while almost 1,000 have been on a waiting list for two years or more. Now a Galway TD has claimed "further delays are on the cards" due to staffing issues at University Hospital Galway.
Fianna Fáil TD for Longford-Westmeath, Robert Troy, says he is alarmed by reports that the Department of Education is withholding information from schools which have applied for funding under the Summer Works Scheme.
Well, where are we now in this political jungle in which we the voters are mere observers and the actors in the play are on our screens and radio day after day?
Thousands of people turned out in bright sunshine in Athenry Town Park on Easter Monday to remember the events of 1916.