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Temperatures set to soar to 23°C for big hurling weekend

Galway City Tribune - A weekend in the city and Salthill for the 'barbecues and bikinis' as we enjoy our warmest and sunniest spell of weather since the middle of last June. With temperatures in...

€450m Ceannt Station scheme to feature shops, hotel and apartments

Galway City Tribune - Galway developer Gerry Barrett has been selected to develop a €450 million ‘urban quarter’ on CIE lands at Ceannt Station, which will include retail units, apartments, bars, restaurants and a...

Tourist body and Galway 2020 remain tight-lipped on busking bylaws

Galway City Tribune - The body tasked with promoting tourism in the West of Ireland, and for driving overseas visitor numbers, has declined to get involved in the busking bylaws debate. A spokesperson for Fáilte...

Charities regulator lashes company set up to deliver arthouse cinema

Galway City Tribune - The Charities Regulator has issued a damning verdict of the organisation set up to develop the city’s arthouse cinema. It criticised accounting practices, oversight, corporate governance, and the lack of skills...

Fisherman who died off Clifden coast named locally

Galway Bay fm newsroom – The fisherman who died after his boat capsized off the coast near Clifden has been named locally as Vincent Leggett from Croolacloy, Clifden. It's understood Vincent Leggett who was in...

HSE confirms cervical deaths in the west

Some of the women who have died whose smear tests should have indicated earlier intervention are from the west, the region’s top HSE official stated this week. Chief officer of community healthcare west Tony Canavan...


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