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Kyne demands air ambulance service be made permanent

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The air ambulance service is vital for the west of Ireland, providing support for patients where ambulance times by road are longer, and it is now essential the service be made permanent.

SME views sought to help shape future Government policy, says Kyne

The views of SMEs throughout Galway city and county are being sought by the Government to help inform job and enterprise-friendly policies.

Justice Minister and Garda Commissioner have ‘no intention’ of closing Salthill Garda Station

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The future of Salthill Garda Station is secure as there is “no intention” on the part of either the Garda Commissioner or the Minister for Justice to close the station.

Kyne wants credit unions to be allowed lend to SMEs

Credit Unions must be allowed lend to SMEs if the current barriers to such businesses obtaining finance are to be overcome.

Harbour development will be major boost to tourism says Kyne

Galway could be in line for up to 27,000 extra visitors during the peak of the summer season if the Galway Port redevelopment is given the go ahead by An Bord Pleanála.

No Government plan to shut post offices says Kyne

There is no Government plan or desire to shut post offices throughout County Galway, but there are still “significant challenges facing An Post”.

Kyne demands answers over fish farm proposals

Unless vital questions over sea lice, contamination of fish stocks, and issues of employment are addressed openly and publicly, the public cannot have any confidence in decisions made about the controversial fish farm for Galway Bay.

Mandatory guidelines for windfarms demanded

Only mandatory guidelines for the erection and operation of windfarms will be acceptable to people in East Connemara as the number of wind turbines in the area continues to multiply.

Galway schools to get 100mbs broadband by October

Galway’s secondary school should have 100 mbs broadband access by October, allowing pupils higher speed broadband internet access than before.

Connemara can’t live on beauty alone, says new force Kyne

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He may not be as long on the scene as Éamon Ó Cuív, he’s not quite the ‘new kid in town’ that is Derek Nolan, and he may not be as outgoing as Noel Grealish, but Sean Kyne has become the quietly emerging figure of Galway politics, who this week took his first steps on the national stage.


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