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12 per cent increase in Galway Hospice patients highlights need for larger premises

Galway Bay fm newsroom - There was a 12 per cent increase of patients cared for by Galway Hospice in 2018...

Road safety audit to take place at problematic Ballinasloe junction

Galway Bay fm newsroom - A road safety audit has been approved to take place at a problematic junction in Ballinasloe.

Up to 30 Galway ambulance staff strike over union recognition

Galway Bay fm newsroom - Up to 30 Galway ambulance workers have begun picketing outside University Hospital Galway over union recognition.

City officials stand by plans for Bohermore lane closures for month of August

Galway Bay fm newsroom - City officials are standing by plans to implement lane closures in the city for all of...

UHG has second highest number of people on trolleys today

Galway Bay fm newsroom - There are 44 patients on trolleys at University Hospital Galway today – the second highest figure...

Extensive residential development planned for Mervue at former Crown Control site

Galway Bay fm newsroom - An Bord Pleanála is assessing an application for a major residential development in Mervue.

Major GIAF spectacle delayed due to weather warning

Galway Bay fm newsroom - A major Arts Festival street spectacle has being delayed due to a weather warning.

Almost 500 start ups registered in Galway in first half of this year

Galway Bay fm newsroom - 482 new companies were registered in Galway in the first half of the year.

Call for Coca Cola bike scheme in city to be extended out to Oranmore

Galway Bay fm newsroom - A county councillor has called for the Coca-Cola Zero bike scheme - operating in the city...

Auditor raises concern about city council’s interest only loans

Galway Bay fm newsroom - The Auditor has raised concern about the city council's interest only loans of 37 million euro...

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