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Cuts push Galway schools into ‘unmanageable debt’ says Kitt

Primary schools across County Galway are falling into “unmanageable debt” due to cuts introduced by Education Minister Ruairí Quinn, particularly the scrapping of the minor works grant.

Colm Keaveney - the kingmaker the next Labour leader might need?

One of the most engrossing political sagas of the current Dáil has been the venomous relationship between the Labour leadership and the party’s maverick Galway East TD Colm Keaveney.

Galway East - just who will survive?

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Of the four Galway East TDs elected in 2011, one will not return to 32nd Dáil after the 2016 General Election, not because of the wrath of the electorate, but because the constituency has undergone yet another of its regular metamorphoses.

NUIG SU to host public meeting on third level funding

The NUI Galway Students’ Union will host a ‘town hall’ type meeting tonight at 8pm in The Harbour Hotel, on funding cuts to third level education.

Tuam community unites in grief to mourn loss of two sisters

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A tight-knit community was plunged into mourning this week following a fatal road traffic accident at the weekend which claimed the lives of two-year-old girl and her three-month-old sister.

Farmers accuse Keaveney of misinformation at heated meeting

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IFA Connacht vice-president Padraic Divilly led a delegation of farm families this week to a meeting with Labour Party chairman Colm Keaveney TD, to convey the anger among farmers over the TD’s stance concerning farmers’ eligibility for third level grants.

Labour’s attitude to self employed is a disgrace, says Canney

A County Galway councillor has slammed the Labour Party for its disgraceful attitude towards the self-employed.

Let post offices provide more services, says Galway East TD

Galway East Labour Party TD Colm Keaveney has called on the Government to make full use of the post office network to deliver public services in a cost efficient manner.

Crunch time for Grealish and Healy Eames as constituencies may creep over borders

Within the next fortnight, Fine Gael Senator Fidelma Healy Eames and Independent TD Noel Grealish, will learn whether they will remain representatives for Galway West or find themselves fighting for seats in Galway East at the next General Election.

Ó Cuív calls for immediate cuts to petrol and diesel costs

An instant reduction of 5c in the price of petrol and diesel would “make a significant impact on household budgets” and it is a reduction the Government must introduce.


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