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Civic and religious leaders gather for silver anniversary Christmas Messages radio programme

Galway’s civic and religious leaders will be delivering their Christmas messages on Galway Bay fm on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

Aran island scoops gold for best community at LivCom awards in China

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The island of Inis Oirr received international recognition this week when it scooped two major awards at the LivCom 2013 ceremony held in Xiamen in China.

Galway County Council wins Excellence in Local Government Award

Galway County Council has won the prestigious Chambers Ireland Excellence in Local Government Award 2013 in the partnership with Business Category sponsored by AIB.

Mayor’s Awards show that voluntary spirit is alive and well in county

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More than 250 people from community and voluntary groups from all around County Galway were honoured at the County Mayors Awards Ceremony on Tuesday in the Claregalway Hotel. The awards recognise and celebrate community and voluntary activity around County Galway. Eleven Awards were up for grabs after a public call for nominations was made back in October.

Airport site should be made into major sports stadium for the west says Carroll

A 25,000 seater stadium for use by rugby, soccer, and the GAA, along with a sports centre of excellence, should be the aim of any future plans for the Galway Airport site in Carnmore.

Marty Walsh victory in Boston mayoral race heralded as ‘great day for Galway’

The victory of Boston mayor elect Marty Walsh, the son of Connemara emigrants, has been hailed a “great day for Galway” by local representatives who predict a strengthening of ties between the two cities and a much anticipated visit to the west by April next year.

Fine Gael to choose Oranmore-Athenry candidates tonight

Six candidates will tonight be competing for four places on the Fine Gael ticket as the party holds its selection convention for the new Oranmore-Athenry ward in the 2014 Local Elections.

Return of funding needed to tackle abandoned horse problems

It costs Galway County Council €350 each time animal welfare staff round up a horse, according to officials who confirmed this week that funding for the control of horses has been reduced significantly, putting even extra pressure on an already strained service.

Enterprise Ireland invested €3.3 million in Galway companies

There has been €3.3 million approved to support Galway companies this year, according to Enterprise Ireland which insists that companies in the county are robust and are growing.

New product helps children and adults with speech and language difficulties

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A new product launched by a County Galway company aims to help children and adults with speech and language difficulties.

 

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