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Galway City Council wins national planning award for Public Realm Strategy

Galway City Council has won a prestigious Irish Planning Institute Award for the recently prepared Public Realm Strategy which is meant...

Galway City Council prepares for Storm Dennis impact

Preparations are being made by Galway City Council to deal with any flooding or other issues caused by Storm Dennis this...

Galway City Council planning major upgrades to Martin Roundabout

Galway City Council is planning to upgrade the Martin Roundabout, at the junction of the Old Dublin Road and Doughiska Road, to a signalised...

Galway City Council votes to raise the Rainbow Flag for Galway Pride

The Rainbow flag will be raised by Galway City Council for Pride Week in Galway after every Councillor voted for a motion brought forward...

Galway City Council: Fianna Fáil the largest party for the first time since 1999

The chant of “Champiole” echoed throughout the Westside count centre on this weekend as Fianna Fáil celebrated a hugely successful city council election. Fianna Fáil...

Sinn Féin wiped out on Galway City Council

It's been a bad day for Sinn Féin in Galway and nationwide as the leftist party has lost all of its seats on Galway...

Galway city council briefed on efforts to replace aging, leaky water mains

Irish Water briefed Galway city council on the progress of works to reduce bursts on the city's aging, increasingly leak prone water mains this...

Galway City Council nominates Pieta House founder as presidential candidate

Senator Joan Freeman will run for President after securing nominations from Galway City Council and Galway County Council as well as two other councils...

Galway City Council to crack down on illegal dumping

A new anti-dumping awareness campaign It’s Not in Our Nature – Is it in Yours? for the Connacht Ulster Waste Region has been launched to create awareness...

Galway City Council adopts motion to boycott Israel

Galway City Council has today adopted a motion to fully support the the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement in solidarity with the people...

Galway City Council to discuss boycotting Israel

Galway City Council will discuss a motion on whether the council will endorse the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement against Israel on Monday, 11...

Call on Galway City Councillors to withdraw support for Street Performance By-laws.

The Galway Street Performers Community have set up an online petition following the new busking by-laws that were passed by Mayor Pearce Flannery. The Galway...

GMIT & Galway City Council look to the future with new agreement

GMIT and Galway City Council have signed a new agreement to work together to make the most of the economic, social and cultural assets...

City Council refuses to allocate €2.5 million more to Galway 2020

Galway City Council rejected a call to allocate an additional €2.5 million in funding to Galway 2020 in a council meeting...

Galway councils pushing for Athenry to city commuter train

Galway City and County councils are planning on working together to try and secure a new commuter train between Athenry and Galway city. A motion...

City council gets look ahead at Galway 2020 programme as funding improves

A sneak peek at the programme for Galway 2020, which has been branded as "one of the biggest cultural events in the world", was...

Galway City East: Social Democrats elect first city councillor

The Social Democrats have made a breakthrough in Galway by electing their very first City Councilor. Owen Hanley of the Social Democrats has been elected...

Galway City West: Galway elects first Green Party Councilor since 2004

There is no doubt that Green Party supporters all over the country are celebrating their surge in support over this last election. In keeping with...

NUI Galway President back city council call for reversal of cuts to higher education funding

NUI Galway has welcomed a motion by the city council calling for increased investment in higher education. A motion was passed at a meeting of...

City council approves multi million funding for COPE Galway domestic violence shelter

Galway city council has approved securing €2.348 million for COPE Galway to build housing to shelter victims of domestic violence. COPE Galway intends to build...
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County Council confirms commercial rates deferred to end of June

Galway County Council has confirmed that it is deferring the payment of commercial rates from businesses badly hit by Covid-19 until the end of...

Businesses urged to avail of Wage Subsidy Scheme by re-employing staff

Employers who have already laid off workers have been reminded that they still avail of the Temporary COVID-19 Wage Subsidy Scheme, by re-employing their...

Older people can receive regular phone calls during crisis in new initiative

Older people will be able to receive a regular phone call to check on their wellbeing and needs during the current emergency, under a...

Irish Red Cross and Age Action launch Covid-19 Hardship Fund

The Irish Red Cross and Age Action have launched a new Covid-19 Hardship Fund to respond to the needs of older people in vulnerable...

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