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Fianna Fáil to abandon Oranmore in hunt for two seats at next election?

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Will we have another election in a few months' time, or will Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael drop the posturing, realise there is more important work to be done than paying defference to their Civil War legacies, and come to some kind of governmental arrangement?

Mná na Gaillimhe - three Galway seats now held by women

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Election 2016 saw Galway West do two things it never did before - elect two Independents and, more significantly, elect two women, meaning Independent Catherine Connolly and FG's Hildegarde Naughton, join FF's Máire Geoghegan Quinn, as the only women to ever be returned for the constituency.

Fianna Fáil claims it will tackle hospital waiting lists

Galway West election candidate Councillor Mary Hoade says it is time ‘dignity and decency’ were put to the fore of the Health Service. She is unhappy about the size of the waiting list for scheduled treatments at University Hospital Galway, and claims the issue will be tackled by Fianna Fáil if the party was to return to Government by reactivating the National Treatment Purchase Fund.

Hoade demands new, specialised Garda unit to tackle gangland killings

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The advanced organisational capabilities of tightly organised, highly mobile gangs, and their "sheer brutality" demands a co-ordinated, concentrated, response by An Garda Síochána, which can only come by setting up Serious Organised Crime Unit within the force.

Call for Galway voters to support female candidates in the election

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Galway’s dismal record in electing only two woman to Dáil Éireann since the foundation of the State, has prompted Women for Election to call on voters in all three Galway constituencies to support female candidates this time around.

Fianna Fáil - no decline, no progress

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Stagnant is a word that has been used to describe Fianna Fáil's support levels over the last five years. While it has recovered slightly since the Election 2011 massacre, where it fell to 17.5 per cent, opinion polls have shown it stubbornly stuck around the 18 to 20 mark.

Seventeen admissions cancelled ahead of nurses’ strike at UHG

Seven inpatient and 10 day case admissions were cancelled at University Hospital Galway as part of the regional hospital’s contingency plan to deal with the nurses’ strike, which was due to have taken place on Tuesday.

Is Brian's departure Derek's opportunity?

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For the last 12 to 18 months, Labour Galway West TD Derek Nolan has been regarded by pundits and political anoraks as the constituency's 'dead man walking', not so much 'the lad most likely to...' but rather the 'absolute certainty' to lose his seat.

Annaghdown mourns the loss of ‘a fine young man

The village of Annaghdown has been plunged into mourning this week after news emerged that a well known local man was killed in a road crash in Australia. Tributes have been paid to Ger Scully who was involved in a collision in South Hedland, Western Australia on Sunday.

Paddy likes to know the story

Last Saturday I was in Salthill for a few hours. It has been about two years since I was in Salthill last. I was amazed again at the grandeur of it; the wide Atlantic breaking in; the long and lovely promenade. 

 

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