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Funding has been approved for a new, "very badly needed", ambulance base in Merlin Park. The funding was made available through the HSE Capital Plan 2019-2021, which has just been published.
The Galway City Council, in partnership with Irish water, will upgrade the water infrastructure in Briarhill and Rosshill, Fianna Fáil city councillor Michael Crowe confirmed this week.
Harry’s at Water Lane opened in mid-December and since then Geoff Kinsella and Steve Harris have been serving up a welcome mix of quality drinks, great service, and delicious barbecue and burgers. Looking at the online reviews, the bar already has a loyal cohort of happy customers. What is the secret to the popularity of this new hotspot on Bohermore?
Harry’s at Water Lane opened in mid-December and since then Geoff Kinsella and Steve Harris have been serving up a welcome mix of quality drinks, great service and delicious BBQ and burgers. Looking at the online reviews, the bar already has a loyal cohort of happy customers. What’s the secret to the popularity of this new hotspot on Bohermore?
This happy group of people were photographed in Doherty’s Pub in Bohermore in the 1960s. Those in the back row are, left to right: Kevin Molloy, Luke Doherty, Mrs Doherty, Jim Tierney, and Tom Turley. Second row: Kevin Doherty also known as ‘Doc’, John “Texas” McDonald, Tom Redmond, Joe McGuire, Frank Reilly, Frankie Reilly junior, Tommy Cahill, and Jimmy Nally. In front are Frank Cassidy, Water Lane (with the pint glass), Joe Fagan with the darts, and Jimmy Connolly.
Farcical scenes erupted for the second Galway City Council meeting in succession this week as Councillor Padraig Conneely continued his campaign for retribution against Councillor Michael Crowe.
The on-going saga of Galway’s proposed arthouse cinema was again raised by Councillor Michael Crowe at this week’s meeting of the Galway City Council.
A man has been released without charge and a file is being prepared for the Director of Public Prosecutions in relation to an incident which resulted in the death of another man during election celebrations at a city pub.
The four new traffic junctions in the city, some of which have been left “almost in a wild state”, will undergo significant landscaping works from next week with the view to bringing them up to standard and attractive for visitors by end of May.
It has been confirmed this week that upwards of €30,000 will be allocated to the installation of new solar powered compactor bins in Galway city this year.