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"A sad and very damaging day for our city" is how councillor Mike Cubbard has described the introduction of bye-laws that will curtail and reduce the ability of buskers to perform in Galway city centre.
The housing crisis in Galway city is worsening with 17 new families joining the homeless list in the city over the past eight weeks.
The annual COPE Galway Business Leader’s Sleepout has raised over €155,000 for COPE Galway’s Homeless Services. Twenty-eight Galway business leaders came together to raise these funds by sleeping out on Shop Street for 12 hours on December 1.
The Government must declare the housing crisis “a national emergency” and put in place “concrete measures to house people in need”, People Before Profit Galway has declared ahead of a public meeting on the issue.
Childhood is for a limited period of time and cannot be reclaimed if a child has a sub-optimal experience due to inadequate housing, claimed Dr Geoffrey Shannon, Special Rapporteur on Child Protection, when he delivered the keynote speech at the launch of COPE Galway’s 2016 Annual Report.
Family Hubs will not solve the housing crisis, but instead deepen and 'normalise' homelessness. Instead, the Government must abandon its reliance on the 'the market' and intervene directly in order to solve this crisis.
Music mega star Ed Sheeran will play two dates in Galway next year.
Galway city buskers have drafted a code of conduct to "encourage open dialogue" with local businesses, and to deal with concerns over noise levels, length and time of busking in specific spots, and obstruction by crowds.
‘Circle Acts’, street acts that draw large crowds that restrict movement and cause pedestrian bottlenecks will be prohibited from performing before 6pm under proposed new busking bye-laws, but there are concerns the laws will not adequately protect children.
'Circle Acts' - street acts which draw large crowds but end up restricting movement and causing pedestrian bottlenecks - will be prohibited from performing before 6pm under proposed new busking bye-laws, but there are concerns the laws will not adequately protect children.