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A number of weeks ago Galway City Museum invited the people of Galway to write a letter to future generations of Galwegians as part of their “Dear Galway” pandemic project. The idea of this project is to ask the public to share their lived experiences of dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic and to offer advice to future generations on how best to cope during such a crisis.
The Galway Chamber Business Awards 2020 is open for entries, and will be seeking to recognise the achievements of local businesses in what has been a challenging, indeed hostile, 12 months.
Instead of expensive measures like drones being put forward to combat illegal dumping, politician should instead focus on the causes of illegal dumping.
NUI Galway to hold virtual info evening
On the back of a successful Tri Talking Sport Virtual Bike Week hosted in partnership with Galway City Council in September of 2020, which featured an online bike spin utilising the cycling platform Zwift, a weekly virtual cycle has been taking place on Monday nights ever since, hosted by Joanne Murphy of Tri Talking Sport and Oliver Harkin, Primed Coaching and PARC Tri Community.
A radical new policy to combat illegal dumping in 2021 must be introduced by the Galway City Council, after a spike in illegal dumping in the Ballybane area over the last few weeks.
Galway City Council is investigating complaints that a number of householders on the east side are flouting the city’s ban on smoky coal, according to Independent councillor Terry O’Flaherty.
With public transport likely to be a "reduced option for many commuters for the foreseeable future", now is the time to reignite plans to develop a cycle lane for Salthill, along the area's iconic promenade.
THE GALWAY City Council Children’s Nature Photography Competition deadline has been extended to January 28, and is open to all young people 16 and under living in Galway City.
In new figures released by the Rental Tenancy Board, renting in Galway now ranks at an average of €1,269 per month. This means that for the first time ever, Galway City rents are on average above Cork City which stands at €1,220 per month.