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The lack of a Blue Flag and an Environmental Protection Agency rating of poor for Ballyloughane beach in Renmore is the result of years of "neglect".
A local councillor has called on City Hall to issue a full report of the number of vacant sites in the city and explain why it has not been collecting the levies owed from such sites.
While the Government's €6.5 million Covid-19 support package for businesses is welcome, more needs to be done in relation to the commercial rates aspect of the plan.
The gardaí and the Galway City Council must take a "serious" and "coordinated approach" to stop tackling the illegal bonfires which have occurred on the east side of the city in recent weeks.
The Covid-19 pandemic has "highlighted the unsustainability" of the State exams "in their current form", and further exposes the "limitations of exams which place so much emphasis on a few weeks at the end of a student’s school life".
Illegal dumping has spiked in the two weeks since the coronavirus lockdown was imposed, but the most shocking incident yet items of medical equipment found dumped close to UHG.
The fuel allowance, which was due to end on April 10, has now been extended to May 8 in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Closure of Galway City Council operated sports facilities is "vital to combat and to decrease the curve of Covid 19", according to Fianna Fáil Galway City East councillor, Alan Cheevers.
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.
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".