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Demonstration over slow rate of improvements in Athenry

Galway Bay fm newsroom – A peaceful demonstration to highlight concerns over the future of Athenry will take place at County Hall tomorrow. A group of up to 40 campaigners has come together amid fears...

Galway’s largest-ever cruise ship to dock in August

Galway is set for a €200,000 tourism boost when the largest cruise ship to ever dock in the bay arrives next month. The Oriana is due in Galway on August 30 and with 1,928 passengers...

Loughrea has sufficient land zoned to meet growth targets

Loughrea’s local area plan will be extended for up to five years as there is more than enough residential and commercial land zoned under the current planning blueprint that has not been developed. Valerie Loughnane...

Communities up in arms over lack of signposting

Local communities in North Galway are losing out because they do not feature on any new signposting erected as part of road realignment and improvement works that have taken place over the past year...

Connemara the star of medieval western

A film about medieval Irish monks shot in the middle of a heatwave in Connemara and starring no less than two Marvel Comics superheroes is set for a global cinematic release. Pilgrimage received its Irish...

Transport Minister to inspect condition of N59

Galway Bay fm newsroom – Transport and Tourism Minister, Shane Ross, is to visit Connemara this coming week to have a first hand look at the state of the N59 road. The Minister will meet...


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