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Successful kickboxers recognised with Mayoral reception

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The Galway Black Dragon Kickboxing Club was honoured at a mayoral reception at City Hall recently.

City councillors ‘come out’ in support of gay marriage

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The Mayor of Galway, Donal Lyons, along with fellow councillors in City Hall, gathered to show their support for the Yes Equality Campaign in the gay marriage referendum.

People encouraged to nominate volunteers for this year’s Mayor’s Awards

It is that time of year again to celebrate the great work of volunteers across the spectrum of community life in the city.

Calm before chaos as commuters get Easter break before Lough Atalia closure

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Work on the Lough Atalia Bridge Road Lowering Project starts on Monday March 23, but the road will remain open during the following two weeks in order to allow unrestricted access to the city during the Easter weekend.

No road closure for first two weeks of Lough Atalia road lowering works

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Work on the Lough Atalia Bridge Road Lowering Project starts on Monday March 23, but the road will remain open during the following two weeks in order to allow unrestricted access to the city during the Easter weekend.

Plan to ‘scupper’ N6 ring road to come before city council

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City councillors will vote on a proposal to vary the Galway City Development Plan next week that could “scupper plans” for the controversial N6 ring road going through Ballybrit Racecourse. However the proposal also reveals deep divisions within Galway Fine Gael over the issue.

Cubbard demands immediate eviction notices for those who keep horses on estates

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The neglect and possible death of a horse on a Ballybane housing estate has led Independent city councillor Mike Cubbard to demand immediate eviction notices for anyone who keepinf such animals on Galway City Council property.

New traffic lights for Ballybane Road

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Work has begun on the installation of new traffic lights on the Ballybane Road, but the Galway City Council has been criticised for not installing a safe crossing sooner.

Purple Flag award keeps Galway’s momentum alive

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There aren’t many machines that can keep going all day. Or workers. Or products. Legislation wouldn’t permit it. For that matter there aren’t many towns that can offer as much at night as they do during the day. When darkness falls, the natural attractions which bring people into places are shrouded in a lack of light and rendered inhospitable. Rare are the places that are equally welcoming by day and by night.

Public submissions sought on Knocknacarra Community Centre

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Community groups in Knocknacarra have until March 13 to submit proposals on how the Knocknacarra Community Centre should be managed, and a local councillor is appealing to the public to get involved.

 

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