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Two men charged following the discovery of a cannabis grow house in Aughrim

Two men in their 30s have been charged following the discovery of a cannabis grow house in County Galway.

No prospect of development work on N59 in near future

There is no further prospect of major development work on the N59 road between Maam Cross and Oughterard in the immediate...

Plans lodged for minor housing development in Kilcolgan

Plans have been lodged for a minor housing development in Kilcolgan. The project, led by Joe McGrath, would...

Opportunity for local artists to have work displayed at Salthill aquarium

Local artists are being encouraged to put forward their work for display at the aquarium in Salthill. Last...

Over 150 thousand euro worth of drugs have been discovered at a cannabis grow...

Over 150 thousand euro worth of drugs have been discovered at cannabis grow house in County Galway. Gardaí...

City planners waiting on further information before decision on planned Wetherspoons

City planners are still waiting for further information before a decision can be made on a planned Wetherspoons in the city...

International House Galway gone into liquidation with close to 200 international students affected

It has been confirmed that International House Galway has closed its doors and gone into liquidation raising concerns for international students...

Galway Arts Festival’s Paul Fahy receives top level French cultural award

The director of the Galway International Arts Festival - Paul Fahy - has received a top level French cultural award

Portiuncula Hospital appoints Bereavement Support Midwife

Galway Bay fm newsroom - Portiuncula Hospital in Ballinasloe has appointed Leanne Norton as a Beravement Support Midwife for the hospital.

Teddy Bear Hospital at University of Galway wraps up after busy two days

Galway Bay fm newsroom - The Teddy Bear Hospital wrapped up today at the University of Galway after a busy two...

Works on Athenry sewer network worth €13m to begin in March

Galway Bay fm newsroom - Works to provide an upgrade to the sewer network in Athenry are to begin in March.

MEP Maria Walsh says EU vote on pay transparency “landmark day for gender equality”

Galway Bay fm newsroom - MEP for this region, Maria Walsh, says the approval of a EU directive on pay transparency...

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