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Muslim community hopes to retain controversial mosque

A planning application has been lodged at City Hall to retain a hugely controversial unauthorised mosque on the western side of the city. The owners of the house at Mincloon, Dr Saud Bajwa and Molon...

1,600 waiting for intestinal investigative procedures at UHG

The number of patients waiting more than a year for gastro-intestinal scopes at University Hospital Galway more than trebled in less than four months. A total of 1,624 patients are currently on waiting lists for...

Developer who ordered woman to leave house avoids prison

A developer, who gave a woman 10 days to leave the home he wanted to acquire for his property portfolio, was given an 11-month suspended sentence at Galway District Court. Judge Mary Fahy expressed a...

Alarm at NUIG’s €700k bill to tackle ‘unconscious’ gender bias

Alarm was expressed at a Governing Body meeting of NUI Galway about the ongoing cost of providing training that helps to stop staff giving advantage to men over women. ‘Unconscious bias training’ was one of...

Galway one of worst affected areas by bus strike

Galway is one of the worst affected areas in the country by today's Bus Eireann strike due to the fact that the bus and rail services share a depot. Commuters across the city and county...

Parking ‘free for all’ in Galway City as meters are out of order

It is now ‘open season’ for motorists in Galway City who are ‘free to park for free almost wherever they like’, a city councillor has claimed. Labour’s Billy Cameron says the city’s largest local authority...

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