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Gluas talk costs... millions

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The long-awaited feasibility study into a light rail system for Galway will begin this day next week it was announced on Monday.

A rough guide to Galway City West Ward

The new local election ward of Galway City West - formerly and confusingly known as the South Ward - is located around Salthill, Knocknacarra, and the Claddagh. This ward now has a new section adjacent to Taylor’s Hill.

Economy might dictate future of Lenaboy Castle park plans

Calls to have lands around Lenaboy Castle made into a public park could fail to become a reality because of the planning process and strict spending during an economic downturn.

Galway to ‘express solidarity’ with Palestinian city Beit Lahia

The Galway City Council is to “express solidarity” with Beit Lahia, a Palestinian city in which civilians have been killed by Israeli Defence Force tank shells.

Inter-personal difficulties will not stop Mayor’s Awards

The Mayor’s Awards will be going ahead as planned and nothing will be getting in the way of honouring the work of community groups and individuals in the city, according to Mayor of Galway Cllr Padraig Conneely.

O’Flaherty calls for water filter ration system for Old Mervue

A top of the range water filtration system that is capable of removing lead and other forms of harmful bacteria from the water must be installed for Old Mervue.

‘Own up so we can move on’ — former mayor pleads to clamp councillors

Councillors against whom allegations have been made regarding the removal of clamps must “come clean” on the issue so the “important business of the city can be attended to”, according to Fine Gael Cllr Brian Walsh.

Don’t bet on me to run again, said Callanan

While Independent Cllr Daniel Callanan has been on the record for the past 18 months that he will not seek re-election to the Galway City Council, the belief persists that he will be a candidate next year.

It could get dirty in Galway City East

Galway City East looks likely to become the city's most competitive - and possibly dirtiest - electoral battleground by the time votes are cast next June in the 2009 Local Elections.

Callanan ask city manager not to attack the usual suspects in city budget

Independent councillor Daniel Callanan is calling on the city manager not to target the usual suspects; the eldery, the vulnerable, and the hard working; when framing the Galway City Council’s budget for 2009.


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