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Traders welcome plans but are worried about consultation

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Traders at the 400 year-old St Nicholas’s market in Galway are cautiously optimistic that the City Council is looking at long-overdue investment, but are worried that they will be not be consulted about the plans.

Blocked Blackrock unblocked

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Flann O’Brien famously asked if a man spent half his life cycling, is he half-man, half-bicycle? But the absurdly post-modern question in Salthill last week was: is a diving tower blocked off for diving still a diving tower?

City of Tribes diversifies its representation

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Fianna Fáil’s Josie Forde, a first-time candidate and the party’s only female runner in Galway, is one of six new councillors who survived the field of 52 runners on a day when her party lost its position as the largest on the local authority, going down from five to four seats. Her 665 first preferences got her in on the 14th count.

The most influential Galwegian of the past fifty years

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Ronnie O’Gorman was the most influential Galwegian of the past fifty years. In The Galway Advertiser he created and nurtured a unique forum for Galway creativity, enterprise and community. Under Ronnie’s benign yet focused stewardship an entirely new version of Galway developed as the universal image of the city – an innovative, cultured, tolerant and sparkling city, successful, slightly raffish, and fun.

Thousands more register for June elections

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FG candidate Aisling Keogh’s eyes truly opened on canvassing doorsteps

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Over a number of months, Aisling Keogh has walked the streets of Galway City East in a bid to ensure that she personally meets as many people as possible at the doors.

NTA no-show irks city councillors

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‘If the mountain won’t come to Mohammad, then Mohammad must go to the mountain’ is the attitude of Galway city councillors who passed a motion calling on the Government to regionalise the NTA after Dublin-based officials did not attend City Hall’s final meeting of its five-year term last week.

Turn City Hall into community hub, says McNelis

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The current City Hall on College Road would be an ideal location for the development of a community hub when the move to Crown Site happens, according to city councillor Niall McNelis.

Turbulence avoided for dockland gas plans

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Bord na Mona has stepped in after SSE Renewables pulled out of a consortium to build a €54 million state-of-the-art hydrogen gas hub in Galway’s docks.

High Street ‘big dig’ delayed until autumn

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Galway City Council has agreed to postpone the final leg of its city centre road resurfacing works until the summer tourist season is over.

 

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