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Trade unions, political parties, women’s groups, student unions, housing agencies and community groups have joined forces in Galway to stage a major rally on the housing emergency, this Monday April 8.
A special taskforce charged with increasing the availability of affordable and social housing in Galway is to be established by the Government, following the publication of housing figures which claim that Galway’s two local authorities are among the worst in the country for providing housing.
The Green Party candidate for Galway West/Mayo South in the next General Election has praised all who are taking part in this week’s Plastic Free Initiative in the city but has asked the City Council to lead the way by banning plastic bottles being used at Council meetings.
Proposals to amalgamate the Galway City Council and Galway County Council into one local authority body for the entire county should be “abandoned”, as rural areas, especially the Gaeltacht and the Islands, “would suffer as a result of the move”.
Proposals to amalgamate the Galway City Council and Galway County Council into one local authority body for the entire county should be "abandoned", as rural areas, especially the Gaeltacht and the Islands, "would suffer as a result of the move".
Custom House Studios hosts Quadrants, an exhibition of paintings by Tom Climent opening at Custom House Studios, Westport Quay, on Thursday January 26 at 7.30pm. The exhibition runs every day until February 19. Tom Climent is a painter from Cork. His recent works focus on creation of a structured space, while investigating the boundaries between abstraction and representation.
October marks National Reuse Month, a waste prevention initiative to raise awareness about the economic and environmental benefits of reusing everyday items and materials that would otherwise go to waste.
Silent Moves has topped the poll to represent 2015 in Modern Ireland in 100 Artworks by The Irish Times. Silent Moves is a film by Aideen Barry, Western Care’s Ridgepool Training Centre, and Scannán Technologies, hosted by Ballina Arts Centre and made possible through the IGNITE programme, funded by the Arts Council, Arts & Disability Ireland, and Mayo County Council.