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Galway Bay fm newsroom – Celebrations are to take place across the city tomorrow to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the First Dáil. (21/1) The first Dáil met on the 21st of January 1919 in the Round Room of the Mansion House in Dublin. It was there that Dáil Members adopted the Constitution and read […]

Galway Bay fm newsroom – A petition calling for greater safety measures along the River Corrib in the city has gathered almost 10 thousand signatures in less than 24 hours. The petition calls on the City Council to develop a range of measures including safety ladders, CCTV along the water, sensors and rope along the […]

Galway Bay fm newsroom – Galway’s richest people have been revealed in the Sunday Independent Rich List for 2019. Once again, the Comer Brothers are the wealthiest people in the county, commanding a fortune of €1.35bn – up €100m from last year. They’re followed by businessman Declan Ganley, who now has an estimated worth of […]

Galway Bay fm newsroom – Galway beef farmers are being urged to attend an information meeting being held by the ‘Beef Plan Movement’ tomorrow evening. (21/1) The Beef Plan Movement aims to unite farmers and take back control of the beef industry. The nation-wide initiative is holding meetings across the country in an attempt to […]

Galway Bay fm newsroom – Officials are to consider a proposal to reinstall CCTV at the bottle bank on the Western Distributor Road in the city. City councillors passed a motion, put forward by Councillor Donal Lyons, to have the security cameras reinstalled. However, officials say they must await clarification from the authority’s data protection […]

Galway Bay fm newsroom – Over 3,000 people are waiting for outpatient appointments in Galway – with over 2,500 of these waiting over two years. That’s according to Galway/Roscommon TD Eugene Murphy. Figures obtained by the Fianna Fail TD show over 2,520 people are on outpatient waiting lists for over two years at Galway University […]

Galway Bay fm newsroom – A new report has found that a surge in property prices in Galway City over the past year was one of the highest nationwide. The Irish Independent’s 2019 Property Survey reveals prices rose by 11 percent – with the average home now standing at €308 thousand. The county experienced a […]

Galway Bay fm newsroom – A woman has died in a house fire in Clifden. The fire occurred in a housing estate at the eastern end of the town last night. The emergency services were alerted about the fire in a house in the Tullyvoheen housing estate in Clifden at close to 8 o clock. […]

Galway Bay fm newsroom: Over 150 people have signed a letter calling on two Galway West TDs to take action over the issue of child homelessness in the western region. The signatories of the open letter are requesting that Fine Gael TDs Hildegarde Naughton and Gaeltacht Minister and Galway West TD Sean Kyne “fulfill their […]

Galway Bay fm newsroom: The development of a residential development in Knocknacarra is being opposed. Receivers for the property have been granted planning permission to demolish two homes at Lenabower, Cappagh Road to make way for 2 duplex blocks. However, that decision has been appealed to An Bord Pleanála. WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email

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