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Having secured re-election to the Galway City Council, Fine Gael Mayor Pádraig Conneely now has his sights set on Dáil Éireann and is determined to be on the Fine Gael Galway West ticket at the next general election.
The Corrib River, as it flows from the Salmon Weir to the sea, has the potential power to generate enough electricity to power and meet the needs of NUI, Galway and UHG.
In November 1982, Fine Gael had their biggest breakthrough in Galway West when it took two out of five seats. Since the 1987 General Election, the party has never looked like repeating that success - until now.
A new website - www.screenwest.ie - is being launched this week by the Galway Film Centre as an information portal which seeks to attract film makers and television producers to the west of Ireland.
Twenty three Galway city and county charities received grants totalling more than €290,000 from the People in Need funds raised during the 2007 RTÉ People In Need Telethon.
GALWAY CITY Council invites artists and arts practitioners of all disciplines to submit proposals for a public art commission to take place at the Carrowbrowne Halting Site, Headford Road. The budget for the Carrowbrowne Public Art Commission is €15,000.
Galway City Council has this week confirmed to Cllr Ollie Crowe that almost all of the houses in Bohermore now have their water back to a safe drinkable level.
To mark Galway Simon Community’s 30th Anniversary they will be holding a very unique fundraising event aboard Ireland’s largest Navy Ship. Creating a 1930s theme, the Boatleggers Bash will take place on the L.E. Niamh in the Galway Harbour on Friday September 11.
On Saturday October 3, Coounty Galway Local Sports Partnership in conjunction with Galway City Sports Partnership will host a sports conference entitled Sports Performance – A Practical Guide. The conference will be held in the Radisson Blu Hotel from 10am to 5pm. Speakers include Giles Warrington, sport and exercise physiologist; Frank O’Mara, athlete; Jim Kilty, speed, agility and quickness coach; Richard Donovan, marathon runner; Ger Hartmann, physical therapist; and John O’Mahony, football coach/manager.
Mary Staunton, renowned button accordion player, has confirmed that she will perform at Mise Art Space, from 6pm to 8pm as part of Galway Culture Night, on Friday September 25.