Four Garda liaisons appointed to deal with Tuam antisocial behaviour

Four Garda sergeants have been specifically appointed to help quell concerns about anti-social behaviour in estates in Tuam. The four will provide a specific point of contact in the event of such incidents taking place...

Galway chef’s recipe for success

A London-based chef from Tuam has been awarded a whopping €395,000 to develop her street food business, alongside her partner. It is literally a dream come true for Sinead Campbell and her partner Lee Johnson...
Greenway on closed railway...campaigners call on Minister to take charge.

Rail Corridor analysis won’t be completed for at least another year

The controversial review into the viability of the Western Rail Corridor will not be completed for at least a year – because it has yet to even start. Irish Rail bosses are not to blame...

Forestry investors in Galway reap rich rewards

Galway forestry owners, timber contractors and hauliers will over €500 million per annum by 2035, according to a new timber trade association launched this week. With 950 people working in the timber and forestry industry...

Schoolkids in danger from road blind spot

A North Galway junction, used by school children on a daily basis, has been described as ‘frightening’ – because motorists approaching the blackspot from the Tuam direction are completely blind to it. The junction at...

Woman dies in Clifden house fire

Galway Bay fm newsroom – A woman has died in a house fire in Clifden. The emergency services were alerted about the fire in a house in Tullyvoheen at around 8pm. Two units of Clifden Fire...


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