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The catastrophic collapse of Fianna Fáil’s support at the last general election saw the party lose half of its seats in Galway as it nose-dived to the worst electoral result in its illustrious history.
A former vice-chairperson of the HSE West’s regional health forum insisted this week that there is “an absolute necessity” to hold an independent inquiry into the death of Savita Halappanavar, the 31-year-old dentist who died at UHG following a miscarriage last month.
A new traffic management plan for Headford will give the residents a chance to highlight road safety concerns, ease congestion, and make footpaths more accessible to pedestrians and the disabled.
The Galway County Council will erect traffic lights at the top of the Headford town area before the end of this year.
The earnings, allowances, and expenses of the 30 councillors in Galway County Council rose by €118,429 between 2006 and 2007, with three councillors earning more than €50,000 for the 12 month period.
Children going to school in north Galway will be able to do so in greater safety with flashing lights to be erected at four schools in the region.
After many months of deliberation, Cllr Mary Hoade will follow her core vote into the Tuam Ward and run there as one of at least three Fianna Fáil candidates in June’s Local Election.
A new company, Headford Ecopark Limited, has been formed and those behind it hope it will lead to the establishment of a green enterprise centre that will attract and foster small green and eco-enterprises to the area.