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With many people now working from home and reliant on good broadband connectivity, and with the rollout of the National Broadband Plan stalled, the Government needs to show flexibility in implementing and enforcing broadband contracts.
THE NUMBER of cultural political voices calling for the vacant space at the rear of the An Post building - currently housing the arts festival flagship exhibition In The Flesh - to become a cultural hub for Galway city, has increased.
Minister Sean Kyne has added his voice to calls that the city centre site, currently being used to display the flagship Galway International Arts Festival exhibition, In The Flesh, become a dedicated art gallery for the city.
Fine Gael general election candidate for Mayo, Alan Dillon, has facilitated a visit between Turlough Community Development Association and the Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Richard Bruton.
With the Christmas festivities getting under way and 2018 drawing to a close, now is a good time to review an eventful political year. While the anticipated general election did not materialise, 2018 did see trips to the ballot box with a keenly contested referendum on abortion as well as a presidential election that, while low-key, threw up a number of interesting questions.
Deputy Denis Naughten has welcomed the findings of the independent audit report by Mr. Peter Smyth which concludef that the former Communications Minister did not 'influence or seek to influence' the conduct of the tender process in favour of Granahan McCourt and further concluded that the process has not been ‘tainted’.
Galway is back at the Cabinet table for the first time since the early noughties, following the weekend's appointment of Galway West TD Seán Kyne as Minister for the Gaeltacht and Government Chief Whip.
Minister of State for the OPW and Flood Relief, Kevin ‘Boxer’ Moran met with local representatives of IBEC on Monday.
Fianna Fáil Deputy for Roscommon-Galway, Eugene Murphy, says the Local Government (Amendment) Bill has put pressure on Communications Minister Denis Naughten and Local Government Minister Simon Coveney to ensure that no county boundaries are changes without the approval of local communities.
Funding to the value of €2 million has been earmarked for the enhancement of Custume Barracks.