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City Council collects almost €35 million from businesses in past year

Commercial rates collection levels in the city have rebounded in tandem with growth returning to the economy. Galway City Council collected almost €35 million in...

Oral hearing to be held on proposed €100m Docks project

Galway City Tribune - An Bord Pleanála is set to hold an oral hearing during the Summer into the planned €100 million new Bonham...

Council spends €500k on homeless lodgings after being told to end...

Galway City Tribune - Almost half a million euro was spent accommodating homeless people in city B&Bs and hotels in the five months after...

City Council commissions mini murals to cover bollard boxes

The ugly bollard boxes which control vehicle access to the pedestriansed zone have received a colourful makeover with iconic Galway scenes. Artist Margaret Nolan was...

Over 100 street drinking fines dished out under new bylaws

People ‘bushing’ along Galway’s streets, public parks, and at boozy hotspots such as Spanish Arch, have been slapped with over 100 fines since new...

Public outcry leads to extensive changes on controversial bylaws

Following a massive public outcry, bylaws for the regulation of parks, open spaces and beaches have been overhauled by Galway City Council. The controversial bylaws...


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