Search Results for 'Darragh O'Brien'

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Council must issue credit for use of playing pitches, says Cheevers

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Fianna Fáil Galway City East councillor, Alan Cheevers, is calling on the Galway City Council to issue a full credit on pitch licence fees for clubs in the city.

New treatment plant and not upgrades needed on Achill - says McNamara

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Government funding of €250,000 to upgrade the existing Achill Island water treatment plant has been described as 'chicken feed' by an Achill-based councillor.

Ban on co-living should turn attention to providing public housing, says Hanley

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Co-living could never solve Ireland's housing crisis, it could only contribute to exacerbating it, which is why the Government's decision to legislate against new co-living developments should be welcomed.

Galway voters may directly elect mayor in 2024 Local Elections.

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Citizens may have the opportunity to elect the mayor of the city in 2024 after city councillors backed a motion calling on the Minister for Local Government Darragh O'Brien to hold a plebiscite vote for a directly elected mayor with executive functions on Monday evening.

Government's renter Bill will 'lead to more homelessness' says former Mayor

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"Flawed", "full of holes", and "fails to address the main excuses used for evicting tenants", is how one city councillor has described the Government's new Residential Tenancies Bill.

Soc Dems call for 'clarity on financial future and stability' of city council

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Vital work which needs to be carried out in Galway city, and community support and grants will be, "put on the back burner" so long as there is no "clarity on the financial future and stability" of the Galway City Council.

New summer courses with Galway Actors Workshop - early bird discounts before April 19

Galway Actors Workshop presents a jam-packed programme of workshops in all aspects of theatre and drama for the summer term, and, for this week only, special early bird discounts are available to those who book before April 19.

Keep the election posters close at hand

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As the dust settles on Election 2016, we have a political landscape unlike any seen since the 1950s. The days of the two and a half party system ended in 2011, but further fragmentation of the political landscape sees seven parties and a large number of Independents occupy the 32nd Dáil.


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