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Who is running in Galway West at the next election?

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Theresa May's 'seemed like a good idea at the time' but in reality, reckless gamble, to call an early election in Britain, resulting in the Tories losing their majority, caused Leo Varadkar to resist any temptation to call a snap election in the Republic, after his elevation as Fine Gael leader and Taoiseach.

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Rail review for Oranmore stop

Coillte claims there is no intention by buyer to develop Clarenbridge woodland

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A local councillor has received a response from the CEO of Coillte regarding the future plans for 26 acres of Coillte owned woodland in Clarenbridge, which was put up for sale earlier this year.

Dire state of roads high on the agenda

councillor is seeking a meeting with the Minister for Transport Shane Ross to discuss the dire state of the county's road network.

Call for community playground for Clarinbridge children

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More than 700 primary school children within a 7k radius of Clarinbridge are without a community playground, it was claimed this week.

Boost for Oranmore as funding secured for local roads

Galway County Council is to begin permanent reinstatement of roads in Oranmore next week following infrastructure works carried out in the village over the last few months.

Councillors wish their former colleagues well following election

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Councillors paid warm tributes to newly elected Galway East TDs Anne Rabbitte and Sean Canney at Monday’s local authority meeting.

Council CEO warns that airport must ‘stand on its own two feet’

The CEO of Galway County Council Kevin Kelly says it is unlikely that commercial aviation will take place at Carnmore Airport again. Discussions are currently ongoing over the future of the site and the deadline for the extension of the agreement between Galway City and County councils and Carnmore Aviation Limited passed earlier this week.

Kinane calls for businesses suffering due to roadworks to get a rates rebate

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It is hoped that roadworks in Oranmore will finish a week ahead of schedule. However, along with causing havoc for commuters over the past number of weeks, businesses in the area have suffered a major drop in trade and a local county councillor is calling for their rates bills to be eased as a gesture of goodwill.

 

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