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Nobody knows where new school goes

The Department of Education has not offered any clarity on last week’s nebulous promise to build a new secondary school somewhere between Galway City and Oranmore. Education Minister Richard Bruton, last week, said a new...

County Council urged to hold emergency meeting on roads

Galway Bay fm newsroom – Galway County Council is being urged to immediately convene an emergency meeting to discuss the condition of Galway's road network. Councillor Jim Cuddy says the desperate state of roads across...

Anger after dead sheep dumped at Yeats Tower

Galway Bay fm newsroom – There is uproar in South Galway after at least two dead sheep were allegedly dumped at Yeats Tower – a popular tourist beauty spot. The matter has been discussed this...

Addiction counsellor’s concerns over alcohol sales at Ed Sheeran gig

Galway City Tribune - Serious concerns have been expressed this week about health and safety issues for young people attending the Ed Sheeran concerts in Pearse Stadium next month following the court decision to...

Prolonged winter drives ants into Galway homes in search of food

Galway City Tribune - Householders around Galway are reporting an influx of ants! Dr Michel Dugon, Lecturer in Zoology, Venom Systems and Proteomics Laboratory, at the Ryan Institute in NUIG, said he is totally unsurprised...

Site for upmarket hotel in Bohermore sells for €4.5m

Galway City Tribune - A Dublin-based hospitality company has purchased a tranche of land in Bohermore which has planning permission for a 134-bed hotel, bar and restaurant. The Press Up Group, which is headed by...

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