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Boston Scientific and NUI Galway objections withdrawn on dramatic opening day of ring road hearing

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On a day when it seemed the proposers of the new N6 Galway City Ring Road would merely go through the motions of outlining the project, there was drama when it emerged that both Boston Scientific and NUI Galway had withdrawn objections/submissions to the plan — in both cases to allow amendments to address their concerns.

Augustine Hill to meet top sustainability commitments

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Augustine Hill is aiming for One Planet Living endorsement, with a One Planet Action Plan designed by Bioregional to ensure that the development meets key sustainability commitments.

Veteran McEvilly produces stormer to win masters gold

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Galway secured a number of team and individuals medals National Health Intermediate and Masters Cross Country events in Avondale Forest Park in Co Wicklow on Saturday.

O’Connell bequest to SVP has helped thousands

A total of 95 projects in Galway City and County have received more than €9.6million from the bequest to the Society of St Vincent de Paul (SVP) from the will of the late Maureen O’Connell former owner of O’Connell’s pub in Eyre Square.

Single-line tram is optimal solution for city

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An NUI Galway mathematician has found that a single-line tramway is the optimal solution to help Galway city solve its traffic congestion problem.

Two million journeys on Galway/Dublin railway line

A total of 2.13 million journeys were recorded on the Dublin/Galway rail line in 2019, the highest figures ever recorded on the route. This represents a 4.1 per cent increase on 2018.

High hopes for athletes heading to national cross county champs

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Galway teams travel in force to the last major national cross country championships, which are being held in Rathdrum, Co Wicklow, on Saturday.

Galway – the next steps

We are all rightly proud of Galway, our city and county which, I believe, has all the ingredients needed to be the best place in which to work, study, raise a family, and grow older.

First the People’s Tree Planting, now the People’s Clean Up of Terryland Forest Park

Community and Environmental campaigners are asking the people of Galway to take part in a litter pick on General Election Day (Sat Feb 8) to help protect the city’s precious land and aquatic mammals, birds and insects that live in its woodlands, rivers and in the seawaters of Galway Bay. It will start at 12pm from the entrance to Terryland Forest Park adjacent to Currys on the Headford Road.

Mayor says Galway City is the winner as he launches awards

“There is a saying, I always wondered why someone didn’t do something about that, then I realised I am somebody,” — so said Mayor Mike Cubbard this week when he launched the 17th annual Mayor’s Awards.


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