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A controversial fisheries bye law, which has been found not to meet the conditions necessary to protect the western lakes, including Lough Corrib, is to be withdrawn.
The Galway Comedy Festival, the Róisín Dubh, and Monroe’s Live are among the businesses which are set to benefit from more than €1.3 million in funding for Galway under the Live Performance Support Scheme.
A faster, more efficient system of decisions for major planning applications can become a reality if the Government honours its commitment to establish a planning and environmental court.
The business case for the redevelopment of Inis Oírr pier is at "an advanced stage" and is likely to be signed off by Minister Heather Humphreys in the coming weeks.
Patients aged 70 and over will now be vaccinated in the hospital setting following a policy change by the Government.
Cancer Care West, Croí, Galway Hospice, COPE Galway are among the local community and voluntary organisations set to benefit from an allocation of an extra three quarters of a million euro.
Galway City Council played Santa last week as they turned on the floodlights at Cappagh Park astro pitch which will enable children to use the facility for much longer than had been the case.
A total of €7.3 million in Pandemic Unemployment Payment arrears will be made to more than 16,300 people in Galway. One local politician has called it "an immense boost to households and families ahead of Christmas".
Senator Sean Kyne has told the resumed An Bord Pleanála Oral Hearing on the N6 Galway City Ring Road Project that is impossible to thread a new, high quality road between the city and Lough Corrib without creating a major impact on homes and businesses.
Eight projects in the County Galway Gaeltacht, are set to benefit from €500,000 in Government funding, with one of the main beneficiaries being a new community centre on Inis Meáin.