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As restrictions such as the 5k rule are set to be eased on Monday, there was a boost in Galway’s Covid19 figures this week when the 14-day incidence rate fell below 100 for the first time since December 24.
This substantial detached residence with private gated entrance is on a 0.5 acre site just off the Coast Road facing Galway Bay. It is located in a very popular area on the east side of Galway city, providing wonderful water views.
Women councillors on both the Galway city and county councils have joined forces to establish the Galway Women's Caucus - a cross-party and cross-council group.
Galway to get permanent civic arts space as part of a multi-million-euro city post office redevelopment
Galway is finally to gain a permanent civic arts space in the city centre as part of a multi-million-euro redevelopment of the Galway Post Office.
The Galway Advertiser are delighted to introduce The Old Galway Diary Podcast, available now on Advertiser Podcasts. This is the first in a series of podcasts the company will be launching over the coming months.
The Ombudsman for Children wants to know how students from Galway feel about going back to school and what school means to them. A year after schools closed for the first time, and with the phased reopening of schools under way, the #MoreThanSchool campaign is a chance for students to have their say.
Galway City Council will not be charging restaurants and food outlets outdoor dining fees this year.
A “once in a lifetime opportunity for Ireland” or a “disaster” which “goes against science”? Sharp differences have emerged among Galway politicians following the publication of the Government’s Climate Action Bill.
Galway City Council chief executive Brendan McGrath has condemned the threats made to Mayor Mike Cubbard.
There has been a 53 per cent increase in fines issued for speeding offences in Galway city in the opening two months of this year compared to the same period in 2020.