Search Results for 'Galway city and county council'

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Ó Brolcháin vows to run positive campaign despite negative times

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Political pundits may be predicting extinction for the Green Party after the next election, but the Green’s Galway West candidate Niall Ó Brolcháin is determined to be optimistic.

Many local businesses could go under if rates are not lowered warns Chamber

The commercial rates might not increase in 2011, but unless the rates are actually reduced, many Galway city businesses could be forced to close next year.

Lack of council staff is hurting the public, says McCormack

The embargo preventing local authorities from recruiting staff is having a serious effect on the public, as it is preventing many elderly people from getting essential repairs to their homes.

Grassroots – An inside look at local politics – from the pens of the politicians themselves

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Any vision that Fianna Fáil would be able to wrest control of both the Galway city and county council chambers after the Local Elections has well and truly evaporated in light of the savage and poorly thought out Budget presented by Minister Brian Lenihan, and the equally catastrophic polls in the last few weeks.

New Independent party to be founded in Galway?

Galway could become the centre for a new political party in Ireland, or at the very least, the location for a new political grouping comprising the Independent members of the Galway city and county councils.

Galway Arts Centre’s 2009 exhibitions

THE GALWAY Arts Centre will continue to bring Galwegians challenging artworks and exhibitions throughout 2009 and its spring programme will focus on solo exhibitions by Irish and other northern European artists.

Galway Arts Centre’s 2009 exhibitions

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THE GALWAY Arts Centre will continue to bring Galwegians challenging artworks and exhibitions throughout 2009 and its spring programme will focus on solo exhibitions by Irish and other northern European artists.

Plan now to protect Galway from rising sea levels says Keane

The Galway City Council must act immediately to protect houses and buildings along the Claddagh, Salthill and other areas prone to flooding across the city from an inevitable rise in sea levels.

 

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