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The Labour Party could be part of, or else leading, the next government, by the time it holds its national conference in Galway next spring.
The Westport Branch of the Labour Party would like to thank the parishioners of St Mary's and Holy Trinity churches who gave so generously at the branch's recent church gate collection.
Labour is determined that the next election will result in a significant electoral breakthrough and the west of Ireland is key to that plan.
Mullingar is to host the first national conference of a political party, when the Labour Party holds its annual delegate conference in the Mullingar Park Hotel from March 27-29 next year. The conference will provide a significant boost to the local economy, with 1,200 delegates, observers, and journalists expected to attend the three day event.
Michael O’ Brien has been involved in politics for as long as he can remember although his interest didn’t stem from family history.
As we head into St Valentine’s Day many of the city councillors will have their eye on two dates - February 14 and June 5.
It may have the smallest number of voters of the three town councils in the county, but that makes the Westport Town Council race one of the most interesting.
We’ve heard about politicians fighting for seats in the run up to an election but Kilkenny’s councillors took the meaning of the phrase a step further when a huge dispute erupted after the Fine Gael, Labour, Green and Independent councillors sat in the seats usually sat upon by Fianna Fail members of the Kilkenny County Council this month.
Michael Joe Lavelle, who died recently aged 79, was a loyal and dedicated member of the Westport branch of the Labour Party for over 55 years. He gave long and faithful service to the Labour Party and made a real and tangible contribution to the Irish labour movement, and he was elected Westport branch president for life in 2007.