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Plastics pose pollution threat to Galway Bay prawns

Prawns in Galway Bay are at risk of extinction – because of increasing micro-pollution on the seabed of the Atlantic Ocean. That’s according to researchers...

Galway’s latest maritime attraction performs for crowds

Last month it was a Black Swan in the Claddagh. This month, Galway has another star of the sea which is proving a major...

Bay energy test site objectors up in arms over ‘flawed’ bid

Objectors have cast doubt on the legality of the foreshore lease application for a planned test site off the coast of An Spidéal. Residents living...

Plan for ill-fated Galway Bay salmon farm cost €525k

A State agency poured more than half-a-million euro into a planning application for a licence for the ill-fated fish farm in Galway Bay. Bord Iascaigh...

Thousands pay tribute to the late Bobby Molloy

It was quite appropriate that the remains of the late Bobby Molloy were brought on their final journey to the music of Galway Bay. For...

Science on the Seabed with SmartBay

A key infrastructural element to support the maritime sector in Galway has been launched. The SmartBay Subsea Observatory has begun feeding data from the seabed...


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