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Two groups intended to be representative of Irish people - the Citizens’ Assembly and the Oireachtas Committee – went in with different views on abortion and were exposed to a calm and reasoned debate that got into the nuance, difficulties, and reality of the 8th amendment. Both groups came out with a strong majority in favour of a Yes vote.
Labour local area representative Geraldine Mills has urged the people of Athlone and Westmeath to ensure they are registered to vote on the upcoming referendum on the 8th Amendment.
Supermarket shoppers across the country have been asked to ‘Shop and Drop’ on Saturday, April 21, in a day of action facilitated by Voice Ireland and Friends of the Earth.
RACHEL COVENTRY was born in Scotland to an Irish mother, spent her teenage years in Galway attending the Mercy secondary school, and lived for most of the 1990s in north London.
Planning circular is 'an insult to the intellegance of councillors, officials and the people we represent' — Cribben
A circular issued by an official from the Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government saying that discussions on planning applications should not take place at municipal district, area committee or county council level was described as "an insult to the intelligence of councillors, officials, and the people we represent" by one councillor this week.
Retail Excellence, the largest retail representative body in Ireland, has announced the appointment of Lorraine Higgins as CEO with effect from 1 July 2018.
GMIT president Dr Fergal Barry has welcomed the passing by the Seanad of the Technological Universities Bill, which paves the way for the Connacht-Ulster Alliance (CUA) to progress towards the next stage of the application for designation as a technological university for the west/north west.
Castlebar Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a free business development workshop on Tuesday, March 6.
Average rents in Galway city are now in excess of €1,096 a month or 30 per cent above rental rates at the end of the Celtic Tiger era in 2008, a situation that is leading to Galway politicians calling on the Government to admit the introduction of Rent Pressure Zones in the city has failed.