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Concerns over extension plan for Our Lady’s College

Galway City’s Heritage Officer and environmental group An Taisce have expressed concerns about a proposed three-storey extension to Our Lady’s College. Last December, Ceist Ltd...

Prison for hit-and-run driver who was already disqualified

A highly intoxicated man who was disqualified from driving for ten years in 2016, ran from the scene of a hit-and-run last year after...

Eyre Square is an “endless supply” of food for seagulls

The best way to tackle the seagull problem in Eyre Square is with changes in our behaviour, a local ecologist has advised David McNicholas, from...

City Council orders shopkeeper to stop flying Galway flags

Flying the flag for Galway GAA’s successful hurling and football teams could prove costly for one city business. The Bon Bon Summer Shop opposite Salthill...

GDPR prevents Council from ‘naming and shaming’ fly-tippers

New data protection legislation prevents Galway City Council from ‘naming and shaming’ convicted fly-tippers. That’s according to Council Chief Executive, Brendan McGrath, who said the...

Galway must throw caution to the wind in defining match of...

THE Galway footballers are probably feeling a little unloved this week . . . a strange phenomenon for a group of players who have...

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