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Charity regulator’s top tips for donating to worthy causes this Christmas

The Charities Regulator is advising the general public to check the Charities Register as the first step when it comes to donating safely to charities this Christmas.

Solidarity announces Galway City East candidate

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Conor Burke has been selected as Solidarity's candidate for the Galway City East ward in next May's Local Elections to the Galway City Council. His campaign will focus on housing, homelessness, inequality, and mental health.

Charity to defend his county council seat in 2019

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Independent county councillor James Charity has confirmed he will be running in next May's local elections, and fight to retain the seat he won in 2014 for the Oranmore-Athenry electoral area.

COPE Galway’s Christmas Day Swim — Brave the cold so others don’t have to

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COPE Galway is calling on all Galwegians to once again don the t-shirt and togs and brave the cold Galway Bay Water on Christmas Day in order to raise much needed funds for the local charity.

Citóg Records Christmas charity gig

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INDEPENDENT GALWAY record label, Citóg Records, holds its annual Christmas Charity Gig in The Black Gate Cultural Centre, featuring leading Galway singer-songwriters, while also raising funds for charity.

Boil water notice lifted in Ballycastle

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Following advice from the Health Service Executive, Irish Water and Mayo County Council have lifted the boil water notice which was issued in October for the area supplied by the Ballycastle Public Water Supply and the Corrower/Sea Road and Lisbrin Group Water Schemes.

224 people have presented as homeless to Mayo County Council this year

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Over 220 people have presented themselves as homeless to Mayo County Council already this year.

‘Involve’ unrolls framework of whole inclusivity for youth work

Youth Work strives to be a sector of complete inclusivity and more often than not, the vast majority of such organisations make every effort to do their utmost to create such environments. This ethos is of huge importance given the ever diversifying population of Ireland as we see the increase in the number of ethnic minorities that are calling Ireland their home.

Need for COPE SleepOut is now greater than ever

COPE Galway’s biggest – and longest – fundraising event of the year will see 32 people from Galway’s business community sleeping rough over 12 hours tomorrow night (Friday, December 7) to raise awareness about homelessness in Galway and help raise funds for COPE Galway’s Homeless Services.

CPOs for Carraroe wastewater plant aim to end ‘unacceptable’ pollution

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The compulsory purchase of land at Carraroe to commence the construction of a much needed wastewater treatment plant by Irish Water gets underway today with the publication of details.

 

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