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Fine Gael TD and General Election candidate for Galway West and Mayo South, Seán Kyne has welcomed the commitment to tackle the issue of VAT on defibrillators. He said that Fine Gael will, if re-elected to Government, establish a special fund to buy defibrillators for public places, such as schools, and to cover the cost of VAT charged on defibrillators.
Kyne says it is galling that opponents to City Bypass are offering sympathy to communities affected by traffic
Galway West TD and General Election Candidate Seán Kyne has reiterated his support for the Galway City Bypass following a public meeting on the project held last week.
St Nicholas Collegiate Church is one of a number of historic buildings, across Galway city and county, set to benefit from Government funding of €117,000 under the built heritage investment scheme.
Ros an Mhíl Harbour is to get €2.6 million as part of the 2016 Fishery Harbour and Coastal Infrastructure Programme. The funding is being allocated to the Galway County Council as part of the Local Authority Fund for Harbours and Piers.
By the beginning of February, the 2016 General Election will have more then likely been declared, and by the end of that month it will more than likely have been held and, 'bar the shouting', be completed across the State, except in Galway West, which will, as usual, drag on much longer than anywhere else.
Salerno Secondary School in Salthill is to get a new PE Hall under the Department of Education and Skills' additional accommodation allocations programme.
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.
Funding of more than €1 million is being provided to build a refuge for people who have been subjected to domestic violence. The refuge will be located in Galway city and will be run by COPE.
Flood relief and prevention works, due to take place in Claregalway, will be able to proceed following the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform signing off on the environmental review for the Clare River Flood Relief Scheme.
Galway’s Bike Scheme has attracted more than 2,100 annual members in its first 10 months in operation. Usage figures supplied by the National Transport Authority show the Cathedral is by far the most popular docking station while stations at Fr. Burke Road, New Dock Street, Claddagh Basin and Eyre Square are also widely used.