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The Galway city and county councils are the most "grossly underfunded" local authorities in the State, but amalgamating them into one body will only "significantly worsen" an already chronic "underfunding situation".
Shops and businesses in Galway city risk a major loss in trade, following the opening of the M18 Tuam to Gort motorway, which could see "thousands of shoppers going to Ennis and Limerick instead".
The State’s planning laws, particularly the ability of people, with no established links to an area, being able to make planning objections which impede development, must be changed, especially after reports have emerged that Apple is reconsidering its €850 million data centre in Athenry.
The State's planning laws, particularly the ability of people, with no established links to an area, being able to make planning objections which impede development, must be changed, especially after reports have emerged that Apple is reconsidering its €850 million data centre in Athenry.
Families hoping to retain ownership of the homes where they were raised are being hampered by a rule that bars some people from buying out their council homes according to Independent TD Noel Grealish
Ireland should "stop treating its older workers in the public service as second-class citizens" and allow them to work on after they reach the age of 65, a Galway TD is demanding.
While the last electoral constituency review of County Galway saw it divided into three - like Gaul in Caesar's time - the latest review is more tinkering at the edges - but even these modest changes will worry at least one of our most prominent TDs.
Government "dodging the issue" of moving services from UHG to Merlin Park to solve overcrowding at the UHG Emergency Department is "unhelpful" and "the people of Galway and the west of Ireland deserve better."
Warmer homes could be on the way for "hundreds of people in Galway", according to a local TD, following the extension of a scheme that could help people on limited means and living in poor conditions renovate their accommodation.
The dramatic new surge in applications for passports over the last eight weeks “could result in people’s travel plans being wrecked” with waiting times for passport processing expected to increase.