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Rules which allow some local authority tenants to purchase the houses they rent, but which prevent others from doing so, must be scrapped, so all tenants are on an equal footing, with equal opportunities for future home ownership.
Thousands of undocumented Irish people living in the United States are facing a bigger threat to their futures from Ireland than any measures proposed by Donald Trump, a Galway TD has claimed.
Coillte must send representatives to a public meeting to answer local fears which have arisen from the State forestry company's controversial decision to sell 25 acres of mature woodland near Clarinbridge.
A Galway TD has called on Education MinisterRichard Bruton to subsidise any Irish student in the UK who finds themselves facing thousands in student fees as a result of hikes likely to be introduced because of Brexit.
A "root and branch" examination of the "scandalous" situation of why more than 17,500 homes in the county are vacant at a time of soaring demand for rental accommodation is being demanded by a Galway TD.
Apple's decision to establish an €850 million data centre in the Athenry area will encourage other multi-nationals to consider locating in Galway, potentially leading to a major jobs boost for the county over the coming years.
An Bord Pleanála must undergo a "radical overhaul" that would see the break-up of the planning appeals board into a regionalised entity, operating under strict time limits for decision making.
It costs only "a couple of hundred euro more a year" to keep people in work on a community employment scheme then to have them on Dole, and yet under current rules, people on such schemes are being forced back into unemployment once their time is up.
Galway companies have been urged to make the most of an opportunity offered by Apple to get involved in the construction and operation of the technology giant’s planned date centre near Athenry.
Galwegians who have received letters from the Department of Arts, Heritage, and the Gaeltacht regarding the cessation of turf cutting are invited to a public meeting in the Arches Hotel, Claregalway, on Monday November 9 at 8pm.