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Residents in Doughiska and Roscam have set up a What’s App Group of volunteers to be help get groceries or prescriptions to elderly and/or vulnerable people in the community.
Owners of derelict Corrib Great Southern challenged to state plans for hotel after fire breaks out at site
The fire which broke out at the derelict Corrib Great Southern Hotel on Monday must put pressure on the owners of the "unsightly building" to demolish it, otherwise the owners are simply showing further "scant regard" for the wellbeing of residents living close-by.
The Galway City Council has rejected the request from Galway 2020 for an additional €2.5 million in public funding for the European Capital of Culture programme.
Scoil Chaitriona in Renmore urgently needs a new school building as it is "not acceptable" for its more than 800 pupils to have to use prefabs, some of which are in "very poor condition".
Galway's local authorities will have the power to earmark land specifically for first time buyers, if a new Fianna Fáil Bill, which sets aside 30 per cent of zoned land aside for first-time buyers, is passed in the Dáil.
A park and ride service needs to be implemented at Galway Airport, according to Galway city councillor Alan Cheevers.
A designated commuter train from Athenry to Galway could become a reality after a motion was adopted calling on City Hall to work in conjunction with the Galway County Galway, to ask Iarnród Éireann, for such a service.
Footpaths must be constructed from both the Doughiska and Roscam junctions out towards the Galway Clinic as part of the new junction at the clinic which will replace the Martin Roundabout.
The morning is over and it is well into afternoon now. Already we are looking at changes in the city’s political landscape - and also at how some things remain the same.
Fifty candidates are competing for 18 seats across the city's three electoral wards, but in reality, only half that number can truly be considered contenders. While the city is not expected to make sweeping changes to the make-up of its local government representation, some new faces are likely to feature when the new council meets in June.