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A FILM exploring the lyrics of Ballygar composer and bandmaster, PS Gilmore, and the town itself, will be screened in Ballygar Courthouse this weekend.
In the UK general election of December 1918, 73 out of 105 Irish seats were won by Sinn Féin, and in a move to assert Irish sovereignty and the right to self-determination, those 73 MPs refused to take their seats at Westminster.
An East Galway TD has called for the creation of a footpath from Craughwell village to connect the school, athletics club, and GAA grounds.
Galway county councillors have hit out about the role of Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) in planning permission applications around the county.
Independent Galway West TD, Catherine Connolly, has tabled an amendment to the Local Government Bill 2018, seeking to remove the Government’s controversial proposal to amalgamate the Galway city and county councils.
New speed limit bye-laws adopted by the Galway County Council, which will see 80kmph limits on some roads being reduced to 60 kmph, will not come into force until next February.
New figures on the funding of Local Authorities released by the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform confirm that the Galway city and county councils have taken an overall funding cut of 52 per cent since 2011.
Sinn Féin and the Social Democrats have announced their Galway City Council candidates for the Local Elections in May 2019, while Independent councillor Mike Cubbard has also announced he is seeking re-election.
Considered the leading expert in the West of Ireland on Compulsory Purchase Orders and Compensation (CPOs), city businessman Ronan Rooney will be representing a select number of landowners on the new Galway City Outer By Pass project (Galway City Transport Project).
The Galway County Council is set to receive a €1 million cash injection for the upgrade of locals roads after Minister for Rural and Community Development Michael Ring announced a further allocation to Local Authorities under the the Local Improvement Scheme (LIS).