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Waiving fees for tables and chairs licences ‘meaningless’ with additional space, says Hanley

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Waiving the fees for outdoor tables and chairs licences for Galway pubs, restaurants, and cafés will prove “meaningless for most businesses” unless additional space is acquired to allow for the social distancing which will still be mandatory during the summer.

Now is the time for a cycle lane in Salthill

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With public transport likely to be a "reduced option for many commuters for the foreseeable future", now is the time to reignite plans to develop a cycle lane for Salthill, along the area's iconic promenade.

Galway passes out Cork to become second most expensive rental location

In new figures released by the Rental Tenancy Board, renting in Galway now ranks at an average of €1,269 per month. This means that for the first time ever, Galway City rents are on average above Cork City which stands at €1,220 per month.

Sadness as Christmas Market falls foul of Covid-19 regulations

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The Galway Continental Christmas Market will not go ahead this year, it has been confirmed by the Galway City Council.

Eliminate the vape, say councillors

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City councillors are supporting calls for a ban on vaping in all public buildings including schools, hospitals, and all workplaces throughout is the city.

Galway voters may directly elect mayor in 2024 Local Elections.

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Citizens may have the opportunity to elect the mayor of the city in 2024 after city councillors backed a motion calling on the Minister for Local Government Darragh O'Brien to hold a plebiscite vote for a directly elected mayor with executive functions on Monday evening.

Councillors criticise location for direct provision living complex

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The location of the new 140 person direct provision independent living complex has been criticised by city councillors.

Scrapping of school profiling a victory for students says councillor

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The announcement by the Minister for Education Norma Foley that school profiling will not feature in the leaving cert grades announced this month has been welcomed by Social Democrats councillor Owen Hanley

Teach Solais closes city centre location over lack of funding

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Teach Solais, the only LGBT+ resource of its kind in the west of Ireland, has closed its doors with immediate effect.

Sandy Road regeneration project moves to public consultation

The creation of a new neighbourhood located along the Sandy Road has moved onto the next stage as the Galway City Council agreed to release the design proposals for public consultation.

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