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700 new student bed spaces to ease rental market pressure

Galway City Tribune - An Bord Pleanála has given the go-ahead for the construction of nearly 700 new student bed spaces on NUIG lands at Dangan – which will help relieve pressure on the...

Residents fight to save mature trees at Westwood

Galway City Tribune - Residents living near the former Westwood Hotel are desperately trying to save mature trees on public land from being felled as part of the Dangan site’s redevelopment into student accommodation. NTM...

Galway volunteers bring ray of light to Ethiopian kids

Galway City Tribune - A Galway charity – working to improve the lives of people in countries across Europe – is now trying to help those less fortunate in Ethiopia. The North East Galway Friends...

Political storm over Galway City Ring Road funding

Galway City Tribune - Galway's long-awaited €600 million bypass project could bite the dust if Fianna Fáil returns to Government after the next election, a Fine Gael Minister of State claimed this week. West Galway...

€14m Racecourse redevelopment plan lodged with Council

Plans for a major €14 million development at Galway Racecourse – including a spectator amphitheatre, bars, restaurants, courtyard and new parade ring – have been lodged with the City Council. The project also involves a...

Crowd of 30,000 expected at food and craft festival

Organisers expect that the Galway International Food and Craft Festival – which will be held next month in Salthill Park – will draw crowds of up to 30,000. The three-day event, which runs from July...


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