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Local Property Tax set to soar

Over three quarters of all houses in the city have been ‘self-valued’ at €200,000 or under, according to figures released by Galway City Council in relation to the Local Property Tax (LPT). Just over 30%...

New Galway clinic for male domestic abuse victims

An organisation that provides aid for men suffering from domestic abuse is introducing a monthly outreach clinic in Galway City. Amen Support Services’ outreach clinic programme will commence on Tuesday, October 10 at Westside Resource...

Newcastle is city’s most expensive rental area

Newcastle has overtaken Woodquay as the most expensive location in Galway City for private rented accommodation. A shortage of available accommodation, coupled with demand from students and employees at NUI Galway and University Hospital Galway...

New ‘permaculture trail’ to transform canal bank plots

A new project has been launched which aims to transform small plots of land along the Eglinton Canal into a ‘permaculture trail’ – bringing art, culture, preservation and food into the public realm. The project,...

New ‘Ceannt Station Quarter’ plan back on the cards

Plans for the redevelopment of Ceannt Station – potentially including an extended train and bus station, along with a new hotel, shops, apartment ‘skyscraper’, offices and an urban park – are back on the...

‘Sue-happy’ culture behind parks and beaches bylaws

A second draft of proposed bylaws for parks, beaches and open spaces will be brought forward by Galway City Council in November – with the new proposals set to be cognisant of submissions from...

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