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An average of three life buoys go missing every week along the River Corrib in acts of "wanton vandalism".
A series of ‘tide markings’ have been painted on walls on parts of Galway city centre by the Extinction Rebellion group to “illustrate where the sea levels will reach” should warnings from climate scientists not be heeded.
LIFE BUOY, an exhibition by the experimental artist Kristy Verenga, featuring works in oil and encaustic, as well as sculpture, photomontage, and photographs, is about to open in KAVA.
John Concannon, MD. JFC Manufacturing last week announced the creation of 20 new jobs at the ‘Innovating the future of Marine Navigation Safety’ at the launch of the west of Ireland company’s new division, JFC Marine.
This month will see some of the highest tides Galway has experienced in the last 18 years, with measures being put in place to deal with flooding around the Spanish Arch area of the city.
Free GP care should now be extended to all children under 12, according to Galway West TD Derek Nolan.
Blood Bike West, a charitable organisation which provides an emergency out-of-hours free service to the HSE in the west of Ireland, now has GPS tracking devices on all its vehicles, thanks to the support of a local telematics company.
Between two and three life-saving ring buoys are being lost to Galway City Council on weekly basis due to the actions of thoughtless members of the public.
Deputy Michelle Mulherin confirmed she has secured a meeting with Minister of State Alex White for Mayo GPs who have expressed concerns in relation to the terms of proposed contract to realise the Government's plan for the provision of a free GP service to all children aged under six years in the country.