Tue, Apr 28, 2015
No campaign posters using children as a means of advancing their cause have little to say about same-sex marriage, but instead seek to “instil fear, misunderstanding, and prejudice”.
This is the view of Galway West Labour TD Derek Nolan, who has called many of the No posters “misleading and offensive” . He has also accused sections of the No campaign of being unable to “have a mature and respectful debate” on the question of gay marriage.
Last week, No posters bearing the legend ‘Children deserve a mother and father’ accompanied by a picture of a mother and father kissing a baby, as well as posters of a child headlined with the caption ‘Surrogacy?’ were erected throughout Galway city.
Work is set to begin on the €7.1-million Claregalway Flood Relief Scheme as the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Brendan Howlin, is due to sign off on a review of environmental assessments.
It was a day for the buyer at O’Donnellan & Joyce’s packed auction room in the Harbour Hotel, Galway, last Friday, April 17. It was the company’s second auction of the year, and the seventh in 15 months, where excellent value for money was on offer for more than 500 eager buyers who generated €3.2m in property sales from lots presented from Galway, Mayo, Sligo, and throughout Connacht.
All the odds are stacked against the home side when Connacht face league leaders Glasgow Warriors on Saturday (1.05pm) at the Galway Sportsground.
Last year, Renault remarkably maintained its lead in the European light commercial vehicle market for a remarkable 17th successive year, with a 14.2 per cent market share.
Galway based company Ocean Harvest Technology have won the Agri-food sector award at this year’s Irish Times InterTradeIreland Innovation Awards held in Belfast City Hall on Friday night. The award marked the recognition that Ocean Harvest Technology is bringing the sea and science together to create a more sustainable farming culture.
Majority of Irish have a love/hate relationship with their skin and almost a quarter of Irish women never let their partner see them without make-up.
In the end it came fast…. but slow. The screams from up on board overtaken by the roar of the waters breaking through the entrances filling the space about their feet. And as that cold water rushed into that dark space, they knew that death was creeping up on them. Death they had left behind, they thought. When that boat pulled away from the shore, as they were herded on as darkness approached, they took one last look at the land behind them, a land where they knew mainly death. Where they were numbed by it, stunned by it. Driven to risk death by it. One face of death roaring at them, rushing them towards a meeting with the same fear.