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New ‘Ceannt Station Quarter’ plan back on the cards

Plans for the redevelopment of Ceannt Station – potentially including an extended train and bus station, along with a new hotel, shops, apartment ‘skyscraper’, offices and an urban park – are back on the...

‘Sue-happy’ culture behind parks and beaches bylaws

A second draft of proposed bylaws for parks, beaches and open spaces will be brought forward by Galway City Council in November – with the new proposals set to be cognisant of submissions from...

New Tote building will have capacity for 550 racegoers

Just days after the last horse left the parade ring at the end of this year’s Galway Races Summer Festival, bulldozers had moved in to raze the Tote building to the ground in the...

Developers revise proposals for controverisal Knocknacarra site

Revised plans for a multi-million euro residential and commercial development on the Western Distributor Road – including more than 90 new homes – have been submitted to Galway City Council. Last February, Ardstone Home, part...

Census: Galway is Ireland’s most multicultural city

Galway Bay fm newsroom – Galway is officially Ireland's most multicultural city. The majority of non-Irish residents in Galway city come from Poland, while UK residents are the most likely to set up home in...

Liquidator appointed to Galway Independent

Galway Bay fm newsroom – A liquidator has been appointed to the company behind city-based freesheet paper, the Galway Independent. A creditors' meeting took place this week, at which Tom Murray of Friel Stafford was...


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