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Galway RNLI Lifeboat rescued a swimmer who got into difficulty off Blackrock beach in Salthill this afternoon, Saturday.
In 1928, Galway Urban Council prosecuted a Mr James McHugh from Bohermore for failing to comply with a notice requiring him to remove his butcher’s stall at Kingshill, Salthill, on the grounds that he had built it without authority, beyond the alignment of the adjacent houses. In fact, Mr McHugh had already sent the council a letter requesting permission to build the stall but those on the council were not yet aware of their powers at the time, and their solicitors had advised them that they, the council, did not have any control over the erection of such structures. Though they did not approve of the stall, they had failed to notify Mr McHugh. The case went in and out of court but the stall stayed where it was.
Two weeks following the Fáilte Ireland launched COVID-19 Safety Charter for the tourism industry, the Athlone-based Hodson Bay Group is close to becoming the first hotel group in Ireland to successfully get the Safety Charter stamp of approval.
The winners of the Galway People of the Year Awards organised in partnership with Galway Credit Unions were announced at a press reception in the Galway Bay Hotel at the weekend. The winners will be honoured at a Gala Banquet and Presentation to be held in the Galway Bay Hotel on Saturday March 21, compered by Ollie Turner and broadcast live on Galway Bay fm.
Sinn Féin will hold a public rally in the Galway Bay Hotel, Salthill, from 7.30pm on Friday March 6 as part of its drive to be involved in the next Government, and to "bring the conversation about a Government for Change to the people".
A special Hodson Bay Group company announcement was made at the annual employee appreciation evening which took place in the surrounds of the four star Hodson Bay Hotel, on Sunday, February 9.
In acknowledgement of its milestone 21st birthday occasion, the Hodson Bay Hotel hosted a celebratory employee appreciation for Galway Bay Hotel staff members on Sunday, February 9.
Simon Coveney, the Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs, will be in Galway next week to address a public meeting on Brexit and the upcoming trade talks between the UK and EU.
Alcoholics Anonymous will hold an open public meeting in the Galway Bay Hotel, Friday January 3 at 8.00pm, which is open all who have an interest in alcoholism and how Alcoholics Anonymous can help in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.
Learn how Alcoholics Anonymous can help with alcoholism. Alcoholics Anonymous will hold an open public meeting in the Galway Bay Hotel, Friday 3 rd January next at 8.00pm, which is open all who have an interest in alcoholism and how Alcoholics Anonymous can help in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem. The convention which is held on the 1 st weekend of the year attracts over 1,000 visitors to Galway.