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Ford pilots connected car tech

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Ford is piloting a “secure and effective” messaging system that sends updates directly to vehicles. The brand claims this could help create smoother traffic ecosystems and safer, more sustainable cities.

Ford pilots secure and effective connected car technology

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Ford is piloting a ‘secure and effective’ messaging system that sends updates directly to vehicles.

Galway City Museum receives ‘excellence’ award in post-COVID tourism boost

Galway City Museum has received a special accolade under the prestigious Museum Standards Programme for Ireland (MSPI), coordinated by The Heritage Council.

City council hopes to employ 40 new staff next year

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Brendan McGrath, chief executive of the Galway City Council, hopes the local authority can employ a further 30 to 40 staff in 2022.

Lights, camera, action — film studios set to be developed at Galway Airport site

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New film studios are expected to be constructed at the Galway Airport site, after the Galway City Council backed a plan to lease a portion of the land to Danú Media - a move that would represent a major boost to the creative arts industry in the west.

New dining spaces welcomed, but let’s not lose any character

The news confirmed last evening that Dominick Street Upper is to be closed to traffic at evening time to facilitate outdoor dining is to be welcomed.

Dominick Street Upper to trial outdoor dining measures

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Dominick Street Upper will be the latest street to see trial measures put in place to facilitate outdoor dining.

City’s waterways need a unified management structure

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Why doesn’t our local authority care about our rivers? Why do our elected Councillors avoid developing a policy for them? And why does the City Executive stonewall suggestions and requests for information about them?

Discussions continue as Council looks for way to facilitate outdoor dining

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Galway City Council hopes to be able to facilitate outdoor dining in Dominick Street, William Street West, and the Small Crane, with discussions ongoing with the emergency services and businesses in the locality. However, it is unlikely that any arrangement will be finalised before this Bank Holiday weekend.

Augustine Hill project gets planning green light

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The backers of the game-changing Augustine Hill urban regeneration project to be built on lands at the rear of Ceannt Station have welcomed the news delivered this week that Galway City Council planners have approved the project, albeit with 53 conditions, most of which are standard.


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