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Athlone Town Mayor, Cllr. Frankie Keena, has expressed immense dissatisfaction with the manner in which the Government and in particular, public representative, Minister Simon Harris, is proceeding with his health brief.
The Galway City Council has voted to proceed with the acquisition of Lenaboy Castle in Salthill.
Stroll for Brendan is a charity walk in memory of the late Brendan Henaghan, former Mayor of Castlebar. The walk will start at St Gerald's College Sports Hall at 2pm, Sunday February 17 - registration from 12pm - followed by a tree-planting ceremony at Lough Lannagh and short prayers at Brendan's grave.
Friends of Merlin Woods and signatories of the petition (nearly 7000 and rising, gathered both online. local areas and on Shop street Galway) to save the meadows welcome the decision of An Bord Pleanála to refuse the planning permission for development of Galway Hospice on the meadow and woodland of Merlin Park Woods an area zoned as Recreational and Amenity Land.
The special meeting at City Hall was suspended for five minutes on Monday night after a verbal altercation between Mayor Níall McNelis and Galway city central councillor Ollie Crowe.
Footpaths in Highfield Park are in urgent need of repair and the Galway City Council must ensure that repair work is done alongside the work Irish Water is currently carrying out in the neighbourhood.
The Mayor of Galway, along with other city councillors, joined nurses protesting outside UHG on Wednesday morning, and called on the Government to address the INMO concerns around recruitment and retention.
Back in the day, town twinnings were a great fashion altogether. Every little town and village had some fella living down the road, probably in on a witness protection programme or someone who said he hailed from some little Breton village named Creton-LeBlanque or Moron du Ville. And in a time when there was really nothing on the telly and it rained for eight months of the year, the temptation for a jolly to an exotic destination (anything east of Moate) was too much to resist.
The spirit of 2019 being UNESCO Year of Indigenous Languages was evoked by the Cathaoirleach of Gaillimh le Gaeilge when she spoke at the launch of Gradam Sheosaimh Uí Ógartaigh 2019 at an event in the Connacht Hotel on Tuesday.