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War of words breaks out over future of Galway-Gort bus route

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Minister Anne Rabbitte should spend less time encouraging the privatisation of the Galway to Gort bus route, and spend more time campaigning for Bus Éireann to reinstate the service.

New Planet Youth survey reveals how west of Ireland teens are coping with life during Covid-19

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An insight into how west of Ireland teenagers are coping with life during Covid-19 will be revealed next week when the findings of a new Planet Youth survey are published.

New Planet Youth survey reveals how west of Ireland teens are coping with life during Covid-19

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An insight into how west of Ireland teenagers are coping with life during Covid-19 will be revealed next week when the findings of a new Planet Youth survey are published.

Extention granted for consultations on South Galway flood measures

South Galway residents have been granted an extension to continue consultations on proposed flood relief measures for the area.

Full houses for online greenway meetings as interest in plan reaches fever pitch

The massive interest in the Athlone to Galway Greenway was illustrated by the packed attendances at a series of online meetings last week organsied by Sen Aisling Dolan and Minister Anne Rabbitte.

Rabbitte welcomes funding for Athenry Relief road and other projects

Minister of State and Fianna Fáil TD, Anne Rabbitte, has welcomed the allocation of €1 million for the Athenry Relief Road as part of the €36.2 million assigned to Galway County Council under the Regional & Local Road Improvement Fund for 2021 announced this week.

€1.1million LEADER funding for Galway

Minister of State for Disabilities and Fianna Fáil TD for Galway East, Anne Rabbitte TD, has welcomed the allocation of €1.1 million today to Local Action Groups in Galway under the Transitional LEADER Programme, which will come into effect in April 2021.

Final call for Galway primary schools to enter 'Someone Like Me' national primary schools’ art competition

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The National Disability Authority has extended the deadline for entries to its 'Someone Like Me' primary schools' art competition to Friday December 18, allowing pupils an additional two weeks to put the finishing touches to their creative projects celebrating the things that unite children of all abilities.

Salthill to get Galway's first Changing Places facility

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Salthill is to get a Changing Places facility - the only one of its kind in Galway - a move one local councillor called "a game changer for people with complex needs".

Galway TDs must vote against sealing Mother and Baby Homes records for 30 years

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Galway East TDs must vote against the controversial Mother and Baby Homes Bill which comes before the Dáil this week, as it would seal the records relating to such homes for up to 30 years.

 

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