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Pressure is mounting on City Hall to allow the popular Barista Bus to resume trading near Blackrock, but the local authority has said it was an unauthorised development and that Barista Bus needs to apply for planning permission before it might again operate in Salthill.
A petition calling on the Galway City Council to put safety measures in place along the River Corrib has reached more than 20,000 signatures (as of Wednesday). It was launched on change.org on Saturday in response to the disappearance of Robert Murray on Tuesday January 8.
Galway Races’ marketing guru Sinéad Cassidy was this week named Rising Star of the Year at the 2019 Irish Women’s Awards.
A Galway TD is demanding the Minister for Children, Katherine Zappone to outline what measures have been put in place to ensure the “huge failures” to act on youth crimes, “will never occur again”.
The price of the average three-bed semi in Galway City is expected to rise by five per cent in the next 12 months, according to a survey carried out by Real Estate Alliance.
Four Galway women are to be honoured for their excellence at the Irish Women’s Awards 2019 which will be held in Dublin later this month.
Joe Loughnane, the chair of Galway Anti Racism Network, and a founder member of Galway Pro Choice, has this week officially launched his candidacy for the 2019 Local Elections.
Coillte announce the transfer of ownership of some forests in Mayo to the National Park and Wildlife service
Coillte has announced that it is in the process of transferring ownership of their forests in Nephin into the Ballycroy National Park.
EirGrid has confirmed the start and end points for the North Connacht Project, a new electricity line that will connect local renewable energy to the national grid and reinforce the regional electricity system.
Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Transport, Robert Troy TD, has called on the Government to consolidate the Road Traffic Act and to ensure that no further disproportionate amendments are tabled by Minister Ross.