Food venture may create up to sixty new jobs

Up to sixty jobs are to be created in Galway as celebrity chef John Burton-Race’s new 100 percent Irish made, premium range of ready-meals are to be produced in the city. ...

Revenue in crackdown on hawkers and street traders

A team of Revenue investigators is currently involved in a major crackdown on traders and ‘hawkers’ in markets and at various festivals around Galway. The Revenue confirmed to the Galway City...

Key projects to get Galway thriving

Key infrastructural projects such as the new Galway Port, the City Outer Bypass, the Atlantic Enterprise Corridor and the Gort-Tuam motorway are integral to securing the economic future of the city and county, the...

City student scores perfect Leaving Cert as students celebrate relief of results at last

A Galway student is one of nine in the country who achieved top marks in the Leaving Cert results. Maura Morrison from Taylor’s Hill, who attended her local school, the Dominican...

Lovelorn Galway women flocking to Knock – but not in pursuit of farmers

Galway women aged between 30 and 40 are heading in their droves to Knock in the hope of finding true love – but, lovelorn though they may be, they have no interest in hooking...

Farmers fleeced on prices because Connemara lambs are too small!

Sheep farmers are getting fleeced on lamb prices – because of fears that the hardy Connemara breed is no longer big enough for the butcher’s. And while Connemara mountain lambs are...


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