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Quadriplegic’s anger at two and a half year wait for kidney...

A quadriplegic in Connemara has been waiting almost two-and-a-half years to have a painful kidney stone removed. Marty Coyne has been confined to a wheelchair...

Negotiations continue on night-time bus services for Connemara

Talks are ongoing between Bus Éireann and the National Transport Authority on the provision of night-time bus services in South Connemara. Deputy Éamon Ó Cuív...

File for DPP following drugs seizure

Galway Bay fm newsroom – A man has been released from custody and a file is to be sent to the Director of Public Prosecutions...

Centre shows positive impact of therapeutic horse riding programme

For many rural areas, the provision of adequate services for people with disabilities can be a major obstacle.  A committed group in Clifden has...

Report sought on mining plan for Connemara

Galway Bay fm newsroom – A Galway senator wants the Department of the Environment to provide information on a screening process for an exploration and...

Rescued hiker ‘left shivering’ in UHG

The treatment provided by University Hospital Galway to a woman who ran into difficulties while hiking in Connemara has attracted sharp criticism. Maria Duk, a...

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