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New housing development approved for Tuam

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North Galway has received a significant housing boost with the news that the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage has granted Stage One approval for the provision of 40 new housing units in Tuam.

Albert Dolan becomes youngest Cathaoirleach in council history

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Previously holding the title of youngest person to be elected to council, Athenry-Oranmore councillor, Albert Dolan, has broken records yet again, being named the youngest Cathaoirleach of Galway County Council on Friday, June 21.

Enlightening new medieval exhibition launched at Galway City Museum last week

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The new exhibition, Surrounded by Stone, Galway: 1100 BC – AD 1750 was last week officially launched at Galway City Museum. The opening was performed by Lynn Scarff, Director of the National Museum of Ireland. Other speakers at the event included the Mayor of the City of Galway, Cllr. Eddie Hoare, Chief Executive of Galway City Council, Leonard Cleary and the Director of the Galway City Museum, Eithne Verling.

Mayor welcomes progress on key infrastructure

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Mayor of Galway Cllr. Eddie Hoare (FG) has welcomed progress on a number of key roads and infrastructure projects across the City.

NeoDyne celebrates five years in Galway with new larger office

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NeoDyne, a leading electrical and industrial engineering company, celebrated the opening of its new, larger office in Galway with a ribbon-cutting ceremony officiated by Mayor of Galway, Cllr. Eddie Hoare.

52 candidates confirmed for 2024 city election

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Polling Day: 18 seats to be filled

Dolan welcomes new ride-on lawnmower for Brawny estate residents’ association

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Local Fine Gael councillor, John Dolan, has welcomed the provision of a new ride-on lawnmower for the residents of Brawny enabling continued maintenance of the green area.

Dolan welcomes new ride-on lawnmower for Brawny estate residents’ association

Local Fine Gael councillor, John Dolan, has welcomed the provision of a new ride-on lawnmower for the residents of Brawny enabling continued maintenance of the green area.

Ongoing Athlone relief road noise pollution levels remain major concern for residents along route

Athlone-Moate Municipal District elected representatives will issue correspondence to the Minister of State at the Department of Transport, Deputy Jack Chambers, to ascertain which Government Department holds funding responsibility to ensure the reduction of noise levels on the Athlone relief road.

Cathaoirleach’s Awards celebrate County Galway’s community groups

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Community groups and volunteers from across County Galway were celebrated at the 2024 Cathaoirleach Community Awards held in the Clayton Hotel last Thursday night.

 

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