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Housing crisis is not an accident - it was designed that way

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Travel around the 26 counties and in the cities, towns, and even villages, and you will come across mature, pristine, housing estates which resemble Shantalla and Old Mervue. These houses were built back in the days when our Republic was poor.

Suckler supports needed for farmers, says Murphy

Fianna Fáil TD for Roscommon-Galway, Eugene Murphy said his party is prioritising the suckler sector and more than 75,000 farm families nationwide during a Dáil motion tabled last Wednesday under private members time.

Gluas chair hits back at light rail 'inefficient solution' comments

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The solution to Galway's traffic problems does not have to be cast as an either/or between having only the Galway outer ring road bypass or only light rail. Both systems should be implemented.

The 8th Amendment saves lives

Joanne Cosgrove, Pro-life activist

McFadden calls for more women in politics

The aim of getting more women involved in politics in Ireland is unfinished business, according to Athlone-based Senator, Gabrielle McFadden, who is encouraging all women to get involved in representing their communities.

'When people put the woman at the centre of the debate, they put themselves in her shoes'

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A referendum to repeal or retain the controversial Eighth Amendment of the Constitution is no longer a matter of if, but when. What happens between now and the yet to be decided referendum date, is a long campaign by all sides in the argument to win the hearts and minds of voters.

Galway to mark a century of women’s right to vote

One hundred years ago this month, women in Britain and Ireland were allowed the right to vote, and in the UK general election of December 1918, the first woman was elected to the House of Commons - the Irish Republican revolutionary, Countess Markievicz.

Galway to mark a century of women’s right to vote

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One hundred years ago this month, women in Britain and Ireland were allowed the right to vote, and in the UK general election of December 1918, the first woman was elected to the House of Commons - the Irish Republican revolutionary, Countess Markievicz.

We are ready - Moran reassures public on flooding

 

Vacant shops could be turned into homes to tackle the housing shortage in Galway

Vacant shops could soon be turned into homes to help tackle the housing shortage in Galway according to Minister Ciaran Cannon.

 

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