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Short Talks series on Galway’s civil war story

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Galway City Museum, on Saturday 3 December 2022, will run a series of talks on the subject, ‘War of Friends, 1922–23: the civil war story of Pádraic Ó Máille and Liam Mellows’, in collaboration with Galway historians, John Cunningham; Mícheál Ó Fathartaigh and Cormac Ó Comhraí.

Planning decisions need to come back to local authorities, says Cheevers

Refusing decisions for projects that would create thousands of jobs on the city’s east side, while granting permission for a ‘montrosity’ in a car park on Westside are reasons why planning decisions need to come back to local authorities.

Kylemore Abbey named Business Of The Year at Galway Chamber Awards

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Kylemore Abbey has been named “Business of the Year” at the Galway Chamber Business Awards 2022, in association with The Shannon Airport Group. It was recognised for its “immense contribution to employment in Connemara” and for “as a dynamic, sustainable business which continues to innovate and pivot its offering to meet the needs and expectations of its customers.”

Record numbers attend Galway Science and Technology Festival

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Galway Science and Technology Festival broke all previous attendance records on Sunday for the much-anticipated return of the Festival Exhibition, hosted by the University of Galway and spread right throughout the campus.

'Criminalising water sports enthusiasts is madness' says windsurfer in advance of bye-law decision

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The bye-laws will affect water sports at the county beaches and waterways from Loughrea to Portumna, and all along the ‘Wild Atlantic Way’ including Dogs Bay and Gurteen in Connemara.

Progress on Kingston Master Plan welcomed by Lyons

Advertisements for consultants for the progression of the Kingston Master Plan will be placed in the coming weeks, it was confirmed this week.

MJ Crowe confirms lighting on way for Ballyloughnane walkway

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Galway City Council are examining various funding options to erect lighting along the walkway that wraps around the sports ground at Ballyloughane, Cllr MJ Crowe confirmed yesterday.

Renmore bungalow has excellent development potential

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No 37 Renmore Road has a lot to offer with options available to acquire a large plot in Renmore with the benefit of full planning permission for demolition of the existing house and the construction of two new detached homes, or an opportunity to renovate the existing bungalow to one large, detached home in a very sought-after and mature area of Galway city.

Funny money — Comedy Festival sees Galway laughing all the way to bank

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Galway is laughing all the way to the bank this week-end with the Galway Comedy Festival worth an estimated €7.5m to the local economy.

Funny money — Comedy Festival sees Galway laughing all the way to the bank

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Galway is laughing all the way to the bank this week-end with the Galway Comedy Festival worth an estimated €7.5m to the local economy.

 

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