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The ghosts of 1916 get up and walk

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THERE HAS been much quiet paranoia among the political and arts establishments on the subject of how to mark the centenary of the Easter Rising. The difficulty is the Rising was a revolutionary event to which most of our political class, and your average arts sector salary drawer, are spiritually opposed.

Light rail group outline their unhappiness with bypass proposals

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The GLUAS working group, which has been campaigning for a light rail system in Galway since 2007, has made a submission to Galway City Council outlining its disapointment with the proposals for a new Galway bypass.

Castlebar economists for Draghi meeting

Four students from St Gerald’s College, Castlebar, have lined up a meeting with the European Central Bank president Mario Draghi.

‘This Government resembles a substitute teacher who cannot control the class’

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In a famous speech in 1992 Britain’s Queen Elizabeth referred to having just endured ‘an annus horribilis’. Well at Christmas 2014 any member of the Irish Government could make the very same statement.

‘Ireland took the bullet for Europe when the banks collapsed’

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“Ireland took the bullet for the EU” over the collapse of the continent’s economic and banking institutions, and now “it’s pay back time”, as younger generations should not have to face a future of “austerity in perpetuity”.

Grassroots

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As readers of this page are well aware, there are two elections due on May 23, the Local Elections, and the election to that most useless of institutions, the so- called European Parliament.

Government must stop banks from ‘hammering’ variable rate customers says Crowe

Variable rate customers across Galway are being “hammered” due to the Government’s failure to stop banks from increasing the interest rates.

Stories you would not find in Ireland’s Own

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NAZISM IS something of a theme for Galway born, New York based writer Seamus Scanlon in his new short story collection, As Close As You’ll Ever Be, published by Cairn Press.

Stories you would not find in Ireland’s Own

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NAZISM IS something of a theme for Galway born, New York based writer Seamus Scanlon in his new short story collection, As Close As You’ll Ever Be, published by Cairn Press.

The time for cynicism is over, embrace the Gathering and run with it

Mayo is leading the charge when it comes to the Gathering Ireland 2013 with 268 gatherings highlighted in an action packed calendar of events launched by Mayo County Council last Monday afternoon.

 

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