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Galway Bay fm newsroom – A Galway TD has told the Dáil he’ll be ‘dead and buried’ before a new hospital is built at Merlin Park. Galway West Deputy Noel Grealish raised the potential establishment of a Minor Injuries Unit at Merlin Park with Tanaiste Simon Coveney. He says there are already 11 such units […]

Galway Bay fm newsroom – Drilling is now underway at a new borehole near Kilconnell in a bid to secure an alternative water supply source for the area. A boil water notice was issued in mid-June due to elevated levels of turbidity in the existing supply, which is a shallow source. Test pumping had been […]

Galway Bay fm newsroom – A senior director based at the Galway branch of video game firm Electronic Arts has taken legal action after he was dismissed from the company. According to The Irish Examiner Phillipe Grenet was fired following a video conference call with a colleague in which he allegedly breached harassment and equality […]

Galway Bay fm newsroom – Progress is being made on improving the N59 near Letterfrack. Councillor Eileen Mannion say the Advanced Work Contract has been signed for the advance works on the approach to Letterfrack village. It’s the first step towards widening the road which has been described as a ‘bottleneck’ in the area. Councillor […]

Galway Bay fm newsroom – The county council’s decision to refuse permission for an eight-apartment block in Oranmore has been appealed to An Bord Pleanala. The application led by Shane Curley was turned down due to the limited size of the site and a lack of satisfactory onsite car parking. The project at the site […]

Galway Bay fm newsroom – Permission has been granted for the construction of 37 residential units in Roscam in the city. The project at Curragrean is led by Renaissance Property Ltd. The plan would see the development of a site bounded by Ros Caoin and Boireann Bheag. It would involve the demolition of an existing […]

University Hospital Galway is included in a group of 9 which form the kernel of the HSE’s Winter Plan announced today The 30 million euro initiative aims to prepare the health system for the next four months – with a special focus from the 17th December to January 13th. During that time extra beds will […]

Galway Bay fm newsroom – There’s been a strong reaction from the public to multi-million euro plans to develop a major new urban quarter near Eyre Square. A public consultation meeting is taking place today on plans earmarked for an 8.2 acre site beside Ceannt Railway Station, adjacent to Eyre Square. The mixed-use development would […]

Galway Bay fm newsroom – Galway Flying Club’s bid to have its lease extended at the former Galway Airport site is set to be debated by city councillors next Monday. The group has been awaiting a decision on the lease since October. The agreement is due to expire on Saturday week (December 15th). A report […]

Galway Bay fm newsroom – Plans are moving forward for the development of a prominent site in the city. Crown Square Developments Limited is seeking 10-year planning permission for a mixed-use development at the former Crown Equipment site at the junction of Monivea Road and Joyce’s Road, Mervue. Phase 1 of the development would include […]

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