Headford Road

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 Edward McDonagh  of  Headford Road, Galway pictured leaving the Four Courts on Tuesday  after  his High Court action. Photograph: Collins Courts

A man has sued Galway County Council over the alleged wrongful seizure and subsequent slaughter of a thoroughbred horse. Edward McDonagh, of Bóthar a(...)

Cousins Connie and Rico Delaney at the Carrowbrowne temporary halting site beside the Headford Road in Galway. Photograph: Joe O’Shughnessy

A group of 13 Traveller families, including over 40 children, say they feel like they have been “left to die” at a rat-infested site just outside Galw(...)

The Dublin Barnacles hostel in Temple Bar, which made more than €8 million, includes 171 bed spaces across 35 rooms and three floors.

Property developer John Lally of MHL Hotel Collection has sold two Barnacles hostels in Dublin and Galway for more than €12 million – about €1 million(...)

The  route  of the proposed €600 million Galway city ring road.

First stages have been taken in the planning application for a €600 million ring road for Galway. The application is being made to An Bord Pleanála u(...)

Sheils will lease the current premises at Motorpark on the Headford Road in Galway, but intends to move to a new location in the city in the near future

West of Ireland dealer network, the Sheils Motor Group, is to take over the MotorPark Group in Galway, becoming the biggest Ford dealership in Ireland(...)

The proposed route involves a new bridge and viaduct over the river Corrib

A plan for a €600 million ring road around Galway city is to be considered by the Cabinet today. The proposed route involves a new bridge and viaduct(...)

Many Travellers live in sites without regular rubbish collections and where their landlords – the local authorities – carry out little or no maintenance despite the fact they pay rent for their homes, a report has found

Travellers in Galway are living in overcrowded, damp and mouldy accommodation with overflowing sewerage, insecure electricity, rat and fly infestation(...)

A three-storey, terraced house above a barbershop on Cork’s Shandon Street is for sale for €210,000.

As commute times get longer more home hunters are looking to live centrally, giving up on big back gardens and wide open green spaces in favour of les(...)

Joe Loughnane of Galway Anti-Racism Network speaking in Galway in January during a march and rally calling for an end to Ireland’s Direct Provision system. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

A Galway anti-racism grouping has called for investigations into management of the city’s two direct provision centres for asylum seekers. The Galway(...)

 The Project Ireland 2040 plan was “largely silent on digital infrastructure” for the northwest, Galway Chamber of Commerce said.

Ireland’s northwest region is at risk of being “marooned on the edge of the Atlantic” if there is not sufficient investment in connectivity, a leading(...)

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