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City Hall investigates allegations of improper allocation of houses

An internal investigation is taking place in City Hall over allegations that a Galway City Council official improperly allocated a house to a fellow council staff member.

Too many questions remain unanswered over proposed healthcare centre

No explanation is being offered as to why recreational community land in Shantalla is sought for a private healthcare centre, despite councillors being asked to make a decision on the matter.

City and county face possible property tax hike in 2015

Homeowners across Galway city and county could be facing up to a 15 per cent hike in their property tax bills from January 2015, despite widespread public assumption the rates will remain unchanged for three years.

Councillors change tack after opposition to Merlin Park QBC grows

Councillors are anxious to remove plans for a quality bus corridor through Merlin Park Woods, which they had previously approved in two city development plans, as opposition to the measure gathers pace.

Legal advice sinks motion on ‘unruly councillors’

Attempts to silence or punish councillors guilty of disrupting meetings and causing them to be abandoned has been dealt a “severe blow”, following legal advice.

Government designation endorses development plan for Galway harbour

The Galway Harbour’s designation as a “port of regional significance” will be vital to paving the way for its major redevelopment into a hub for tourism and cruise liners.

Salthill Tourist Office could become penguinarium, says Donal Lyons

Advertisements seeking ‘expressions of interest’ from individuals or groups seeking to acquire the Tourist Office located in Salthill are to be published by the Galway City Council.

Loss of city art collection condemned as ‘embarrassing and deplorable’

Galway’s reputation as Ireland’s ‘culture capital’ has been called into serious question with the city relinquishing a major collection of Irish artworks, with controversy erupting over both the rationale for and handling of the decision.

Civil case taken against council over explosion at City Hall

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Civil proceedings are expected to be taken against the Galway City Council in the near future in relation to an explosion at City Hall in June 2010, it emerged yesterday.

Fianna Fáil call for better service from City Hall staff

Difficulty in getting people to talk to and Galway City Council departments “not wanting to take responsibility” for certain issues has led Fianna Fáil councillors into seeking a meeting with the city manager.


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