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The right of people to practice their religion freely without interference or repression from the State is an important right in any democracy, and equally no religion should have a privileged position in the State or inform government policy and legislation.
The official launch meeting of Solidarity - formerly known as the Anti-Austerity Alliance - takes place this evening at 8pm in the Western Hotel, Prospect Hill, with eh main speaker being Solidarity TD Ruth Coppinger.
A public meeting on the rising cost of car insurance, organised by People Before Profit Galway, will be held at 8pm this evening in the Western Hotel on Prospect Hill.
In 1930, Italian socialist Antonio Gramsci wrote, “The old world is dying, and the new world struggles to be born. Now is the time of monsters.” In this era of Trump, Brexit, ISIS, and the alt-right, many will feel 2017 is very similar to the time Gramsci wrote about.
In the aftermath of a Bill legalising cannabis for medicinal purposes passing its first stage in Dáil Éireann, a public meeting to discuss medicinal cannabis will take place in Galway this week.
The Galway Branch of the Irish Wildlife Trust will host a special talk on corncrake conservation by Fergal Ó Cuinneagáin tomorrow Friday Dec 2 at 7pm, in the Western Hotel on Prospect Hill.
The Western Bar and Restaurant is set in a beautiful Georgian building on Prospect Hill in the heart of Galway city. The family-run Western Hotel is a uniquely designed property, with the perfect blend of contemporary and traditional. From the striking historical exterior to the warm Irish welcome waiting inside, the emphasis throughout is on comfort, style, great service, and value for money.
The Western Hotel is something of a conjuring trick. On one side the frontage opens into an elegant Georgian townhouse hiding some modern comfortable rooms. Through the other entrance door is a small traditional pub. It is something of a surprise to find a spacious restaurant tucked away behind it, complete with its own bar and function room.
rotests will be held in Galway, in solidarity with protests in Clare and Dublin, against the visit to Ireland later this month of the highly controversial presumptive Republic US presidential candidate Donald Trump.
The public anger over water charges, leading to the largest street demonstrations seen in the State in decades, and the Government climb-down on the controversial measure, has raised the issue of the future of ‘people power’.