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Local Minister of State, Deputy Peter Burke, has announced funding to provide additional financial support to Westmeath County Council ensuring sufficient provision is made for bins, waste collection and portaloos where necessary as well as any further measures required at key locations ahead of an outdoor summer.
Instead of expensive measures like drones being put forward to combat illegal dumping, politician should instead focus on the causes of illegal dumping.
One of Galway’s most famous sporting sons looks set be honoured with a statue after a call from Mayor of Galway City, Mike Cubbard.
Galway Cycling Campaign has said that it backing local businesses as the city knuckles down to kick-start the economy again.
Local Green Party Councillor, Louise Heavin, has been appointed to the role of Heritage spokesperson for the political party.
It makes no sense for the State and the Government to commemorate an organisation which sought to prevent an Irish state and Government from coming into existence, especially an organisation of which the notorious Black and Tans were a part.
As the Dáil prepares to head off on its summer recess, with local and European elections behind us and with a general election looming ever nearer, Insider felt it a good time to take stock and consider the state of the various parties.
Council must appoint biodiversity officer to safeguard wildlife, says Green Party candidate O’Reilly
As grass cutting season commences, the Green Party is asking councils to act to halt biodiversity loss. Green Party candidate for Galway City West, Pauline O’Reilly has today called on Galway City Council to set aside areas in public parks and roadside verges for pollinators, and to get active in halting the alarming decline in biodiversity by implementing actions within the All Ireland Pollinator Plan.
The length of time the 'green man' on pedestrian crossings is displayed for needs to be lengthened on pedestrian crossings across the city, to allow more time for people to cross city roads safely.
AFTER A year of increased audience numbers and new partnerships, Galway Arts Centre’s visual art programme is looking to an exciting 2019 with new exhibitions, artists’ residencies and collaborations.