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A tale of two cities for city councillor

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Councillor Níall McNelis will be seeking re-selection as the Labour Party’s candidate for Galway City’s west ward at a party convention in Knocknacarra on Thursday, March 19.

City councillors square up to county colleagues

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The issues dominating Galway City Council’s penultimate meeting of 2023 almost all involved friction with Galway County Council.

City sporting clubs and councillors up in arms over online booking system

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City sporting clubs and councillors are up in arms this week over a planned transition from the current club licensing agreement to an online reservation system this July, with fears that planned high profile matches could be thrown into disarray by public bookings for stag and birthday parties.

See Her Elected enjoys successful year assisting women in rural areas become county councillors

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See Her Elected, the award-winning Government funded programme to support women in rural constituencies to become county councillors has gone from strength to strength with over 500 women throughout Ireland signing up for free online workshops, events and resources over the past year.

Local Councillors afford full support for Ukraine cause at Municipal District meeting

Local Councillors afforded their full support towards the Ukraine cause during the most recent sitting of the Athlone-Moate Municipal District.

Rebuilding Ireland allocation criticised by councillors

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Mayo County Councillors have hit out at the allocation of just €1,840,000 from the government under their Rebuilding Ireland Home Loan and Local Authority Home Loan Allocations for 2022.

Time to rebuild relationships between councillors and city council officials

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Relationships matter. They impact on all our lives - daily. Some we do not notice, maybe take for granted. Others we work at, consciously. Whether we realise it or not, the former matter, the latter not as much.

Councillors can play key role in re-starting night time culture and economy, says Hoade

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A vibrant night-time culture and economy across Galway, and Ireland, will be vital in driving the recovery after the pandemic.

‘Women councillors need to come together and do so more often’

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“Women councillors need to come together and do so more often – to share our experience and wisdom and to collaborate and support cross-party working to focus on issues that affect women.”

City Hall officials need to work more closely with councillors

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Insider has been a keen observer of activities in City Hall for two decades and, regardless of what the public think, it is always best for Galway when there is a good working relationship between the elected members and senior management.

 

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