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City Council regulating street performers with new busking bylaws

Galway city council adopted new busking bylaws for the city centre at yesterday's council meeting in a close vote. The new bylaws prohibit buskers from...

Huge increase in burglary rate across Galway

Significant increase in burglary rate in Co. Galway Galway still well below the national average Galway experienced a significant rise in the rate of...

Galway vigil to remember 58 Palestinians killed yesterday

A vigil in solidarity with Gaza and the Palestinian people will be held today in Eyre Square at 6pm. The vigil was organised following the...

Galway’s €8.5m lotto jackpot winner yet to come forward!

The winner of Saturday's €8,549,067 lotto jackpot has yet to come forward! The ticket was sold at Corrib Oil, Loughrea. Congratulations from Pat and the team...

Darkness Into Light Galway needs your help

'Darkness Into Light' Galway have reached out on Facebook for the return of the balloon pole which was located at the start/finish line on...

Drunk man threatened and made shooting gestures at garda officer

A man who pleaded to two public order offences in Galway District Court this week threatened and made shooting gestures at the garda who...

Out of sight, but not out of mind – The hidden victims of M.E

M.E affects people in every town in Ireland, but you might not even know they're there. The biggest problem in dealing with hidden illnesses is...

Man pleads guilty to possession of €1,300 of heroin and concealed weapon

A Terryland man was sentenced for multiple charges at Galway District Court this week including two counts of possession with intent to sell and...

€200k Raised from the annual Galway City, ‘Darkness Into Light’ Walk/Run

€200k has been raised from the annual Galway City 'Darkness Into Light' Walk/Run which took place during the early hours of this morning. The money that...

Losing a Best Friend to Suicide has been one of the Hardest Parts of Growing Up.

Losing a best friend to suicide has been one of the hardest parts of growing up, and now almost four years on I've participated...

Traffic management plan in place to handle a weekend of Ed Sheeran

Gardaí are putting a traffic management plan in place for Salthill this weekend in anticipation of huge numbers of people coming to town for...

Huge numbers expected in Salthill for Darkness into Light

Huge numbers are expected in Salthill tomorrow morning for the Darkness into Light Walk/Run in aid of Pieta House. It's time to Wake Up and...

Two young men appear before District Court for vicious assault

Two young men were back Galway District Court this week about an assault that left one victim with a fractured cheekbone and eye socket,...
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Supermac’s wins trademark fight with London bar

Supermac's has won a trademark battle with a London bar and restaurant with a similar name, Supermax, stopping them from registering their name. The Irish Independent report...

Illegal dumping on the rise city councillor warns

A Galway City Councillor is asking people to be vigilant of illegal dumping in their communities, which he says has been increasing lately. Councillor Alan...

Coronavirus: Galway sees small increase in cases as 17 people die in Republic

Seventeen more people have died in the Republic after being diagnosed with Covid-19, the National Public Health Emergency Team has announced. Fifteen deaths were located...

€1m scheme announced to support Irish artists

A number of measures have been announced to support the cultural sector during the Covid-19 crisis. One measure announced was a new €1m scheme to...