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The Galway City Council is continuing discussions with the Galway Racecourse about operating a park and ride facility at Christmas.
The ONE Fuchsia Flag was raised by the Cathaoirleach of Mayo County Council, Cllr Michael Smyth, at the front of Áras an Chontae on Friday, September 1 and will fly until October 1 in support of veterans of the Irish Defence Forces.
New IDA facility for Castlebar and engineering firm appointed to carry out technical due diligence on Ballina site
There was positive news for Mayo this week in attracting new industries to the county, with confirmation that the IDA have commenced the process of evaluating suitable site options in Castlebar, while the IDA have appointed an engineering firm to undertake detailed technical due diligence, review the master plan design and submit a Stage 1 Infrastructure Planning application for the 10.6 hectares proposed industrial park at Sligo Road, Ballina.
The chief executive of Mayo County Council, Kevin Kelly, will be meeting with Mayo GAA next week to discuss the proposed development of a centre of excellence by the GAA at Lough Lannagh in Castlebar.
Responding to the most recent Daft.ie Rent Price Report for Q2 2021 IPAV, the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers, said the latest report highlights yet again that it is only in the two most expensive areas in which to buy property, Dublin 4 and Dublin 6, that repaying a mortgage on a three-bedroom home is more expensive than paying rent, and at that it is only marginally so.
Make your cuppa count for Galway Hospice by supporting this year’s Bewley’s Big Coffee Morning Social For Hospice.
The 16th Galway Memorial Walk in aid of Galway Hospice will take place in September. The annual walk, which honours and celebrates those who are no longer with us, is scheduled for Sunday, September 12.
Two mental health centres in Galway have been issued with non-compliances following inspections by the Mental Health Commission.
Construction is expected to commence early next year on a new pedestrian and cycle bridge parallel to the existing Salmon Weir Bridge.
A new pedestrian and cycle bridge, parallel to the existing Salmon Weir Bridge, has been granted planning permission by An Bord Pleanála.