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Due to third-party works a large watermain has been compromised and as a result, a very large, unplanned water outage will occur in the west side of Galway city. Galway City Council are assisting the Developer to restore supply. The … Continue reading
Galway City Council acting on a request from the Gardaí have put measures in place to prevent parking in Salthill. The measures have been taken in the interests of public health. Cones and barriers are in place along the Prom, … Continue reading
Site of Finan’s House and site of Warrick Hotel behind it. The former to be built upon with two blocks of apartments. The latter a nursing home. No not communist China with all the red flags but capitalist Salthill. Coffee … Continue reading
With more and more shopping being done online it is important to take reasonable precautions to avoid being scammed. Below are five points to keep in mind. Why not give the gift of education? Galway Maths Grinds online resource packs … Continue reading
So we got a few really wet days. But flowers in the garden, crowds on the Prom, big increase in the numbers taking a daily dip in the sea. Not exactly our typical November.
They started putting up the Christmas lights today, although through November we are just halfway. We look forward with a mixture of hope and fear. Not yet sure what will pass for Christmas this year. Can loved ones travel home? … Continue reading
As the summer amusements are taken down, an unusual stillness pervades the town. The winter months secure their hold, as temperatures change from mild to cold. As we survey the situation we find ourselves in, the immediate future looks quite … Continue reading
If you are a smoker, you are undoubtedly aware of the harmful impact smoking has on your health. The warnings on cigarette packages may be white noise to you, but you know they’re there, and you’re probably well aware that … Continue reading
From Monday, September 14th, 2020, Salthill Post Office has moved to O’Connor’s Centra shop. You have to go in through the shop towards the back to reach the post office. The old location is now available to rent.