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Grealish criticises OPW for lack of progress on flood works

People in the Lisheenavalla, Caherlea, Claregalway, Montaigh, and Carnmore areas have waited too long for flood alleviation measures and works must start now.

Flood announcement welcome but fears remain until work is done — Healy Eames

Flood relief funds announced for Galway are to be welcomed but do little to allay the fears of some who are worried about further hardship this winter if works are not completed quickly, according to Senator Fidelma Healy Eames.

Mellows grab opening day victory

The Galway county hurling championship got under way last weekend with a raft of first round matches in the group stages.

Galway and Mayo ladies clash

Traditional Connacht rivals Galway and Mayo meet on Sunday (3.30pm) in Milltown in round six of this year’s Bord Gais Energy NFL.

Carnmore death crash book of evidence not yet ready

A Book of Evidence in the case of a Dublin lorry driver charged with dangerous driving which caused the death of a local woman last year is not yet ready, Galway District Court heard this week.

Walk a mile for a good cause

Has Grealish pulled rabbit from hat on bypass issue? Or is the bunny boiled?

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Has Noel Grealish pulled the rabbit out of the hat regarding the Claregalway bypass? There is much scepticism in the area about the ability of the Carnmore man to land the big road as he promised prior to the last election. And this week the waters have been muddied again.

Candidates doing the splits in Oranmore

The trouble with the Oranmore electoral area is that it divides into a number of distinct areas. The three candidates left representing the people are clustered around the northern end in Turloughmore, Annaghdown, and Claregalway. Leaving three distinct regions Carnmore to Cold wood, Oranmore/Maree, and Clarenbridge without any representation.

Varley and Simon plays highlight of Carnmore Autumn Theatre run

A new play penned by Declan Varley and a Neil Simon classic will form the highlights of the annual Autumn Theatre being presented by Compantas Lir in Carnmore next week.

‘Bomber’ Killilea to bat for Fine Gael?

Michael ‘Bomber’ Killilea, a former hurler with Carnmore and footballer with Claregalway, is coming under increasing pressure from Fine Gael to contest the 2009 Local Elections.


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