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It has been almost nine years since new playgrounds were first mooted for Renmore.
Galway City councillors unanimously passed a record €121.3m budget this week, but tempers frayed during the annual money meeting on Monday.
People living on the east side of the city have been urged by Independent Councillor Terry O’Flaherty to attend a Community Climate Action public information meeting in Renmore Community Centre next Tuesday, December 12.
The Galway City Budget for 2024 was approved last Monday and includes funding for an online reporting system. Until now many routine requests could be submitted by phone or email, but a dedicated online system will make it easier to log a request, and easier to track it later on.
Chef, restaurateur, author, playwright, founder and businessman JP McMahon has been announced as the Galway Chamber of Commerce President’s Award nominee in association with PwC. The award is presented to someone who has had an exceptional impact on Galway City, the region and their sector.
ACT for Meningitis the national support and awareness charity is holding a fabulous fundraiser on Dec 4 from 1pm to 8pm where you can drive the track in Galway’s only indoor karting track which is located in the Liosban Industrial Estate.
Local TD and Government Chief Whip, Hildegarde Naughton and Seantor Sean Kyne, have confirmed that the Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar TD, will officially open the new N59 Moycullen Bypass on December 11. In January, 2022, Minister Naughton had turned the sod on the project which involved the construction of 4.3km of new national secondary road, improvement to 3km of local roads, 1.7 km of accommodation roads and 10 structures.
Storm Debi may have set new high water levels in Galway last week, but expert analysis shows city and county could have faced floods more than 2ft higher if tides had been at seasonal peaks.
The Croí Women at Heart brunch, which took place at HYDE Bar on Galway’s Forster Street last Sunday, was a great success.
iSupply has become the first print and signage company in Galway City to be awarded the ISO standard for environmental sustainability.