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“A blight on the local landscape” and a haven for criminal activity and anti-social behaviour that need to be tackled and dealt with immediately.
Fine Gael councillor Brian Walsh has welcomed the party’s plans to double the funding for suicide prevention to €10m a year, if elected to form part of the next government, after new figures released by the HSE revealed that 29 people died by suicide in Galway in 2009.
Galway has been earmarked for up to 1,000 places on Fine Gael’s National Internship Programme for unemployed graduates, according to the party’s Galway West candidate Brian Walsh.
Mental health services in the west are being stretched to the limit in the wake of swingeing health cuts imposed by the HSE.
A controversial rezoning, which city planners said would be “hugely detrimental to the city centre” was only stopped from being passed by the deputy mayor’s casting vote.
A meeting between EU officials and an Irish delegation led by Fianna Fáil TD Frank Fahey over the Galway City Outer Bypass has been labelled a “pointless junket” and a “waste of taxpayers’ money”.
Rebuilding the State and creating a political and economic culture that people trust will be long and very difficult, but it can be done, because it has to be done, according to Fine Gael councillor Brian Walsh.
Fine Gael councillor Brian Walsh has dismissed as “nonsense”, comments in a recent Insider column suggesting that he and Dep Pádraic McCormack are “at each other’s throats”.
Fine Gael has been regularly referred to as the “Family at War”, and with the party’s election selection convention for candidates to contest the General Election in Galway West imminent, it has really pushed the boat out to live up to this billing.
The Government’s duty is not to support dead and zombie banks or to protect developers, but to provide homes for the most vulnerable in society.