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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 […]

Galway Bay fm newsroom – A status yellow wind warning has been issued for Galway. The warning will come into effect at 10 o’clock tonight – and affects Connacht, Cavan, Donegal, Clare, Kerry and Limerick. Met Eireann says winds will reach speeds between 55 and 65km/h, with gusts of up to 110km possible. However, it’s […]

Galway Bay fm newsroom – The National Transport Authority has committed to examining the restoration of the bus services between Corrandulla and Loughgeorge and to expanding the routes. That’s according to Councillor James Charity, speaking after he attended a meeting with officials from the NTA at Leinster House. The meeting came after Bus Éireann replaced […]

Galway Bay fm newsroom – A solicitor, who formerly practiced from an office in Tuam, has been struck off after being found guilty of professional misconduct. In his ruling, the President of the High Court noted the case of Thomas O’ Donoghue warranted the courts sending a clear message. Thomas O’ Donoghue formerly practiced as […]

Galway Bay fm newsroom – A Galway West TD has called on the government to use funding from the CLÁR programme to improve water quality. Fianna Fáil TD for Galway West Éamon Ó Cuív made the call following the publication of a recent EPA report, which highlighted serious health risks in private water supplies. The […]

Galway Bay fm newsroom – City officials are being urged to push forward plans for lighting the ‘back-prom’ in Salthill. Ducting is in place along the coastal stretch from Blackrock. City CEO Brendan McGrath says officials are engaged in a process with the National Parks and Wildlife Service because of the potential impact of the […]

Galway Bay fm newsroom – New figures reveal that the average monthly rent for a 3-bed home in Galway is now nearly €200 more expensive than a mortgage. It’s after a report published by Threshold today reveals a significant rise in calls from tenants facing eviction. Meanwhile, a row broke out in the Dáil earlier […]

Galway Bay fm newsroom – The development of 11 new homes at Killarainy Moycullen has been granted final planning approval. Almada Limited had originally been granted planning permission by the county council for the residential development. However, this decision was appealed by local residents to the higher planning authority, which has now upheld the decision […]

Galway Bay fm newsroom – A seminar on recent changes to Criminal Justice law and combating money laundering will take place in the city tomorrow. (6/12) The event follows the introduction of new legislation amendments which impose stricter obligations on the financial services sector. RegSol Ireland is now hosting a seminar in the city to […]

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