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Labour succumb to neo-liberalism

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Insider spotted Labour Galway West TD Derek Nolan out knocking doors the other evening. He can only hope Dep Nolan’s appearance on the doorsteps does not impact too negatively on the Yes vote for marriage equality.

Views on the Treaty

The public is being asked to vote for the Fiscal Treaty on Thursday May 31 on the basis of misinformation and mistruths and fear.

ULA to protest visit of Eamon Gilmore to Galway today

Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore’s visit to the city today will be greeted by the United Left Alliance Galway, who will be protesting against the Government’s austerity measures and the €1.25 billion payout to the dead bank Anglo.

Galway schools continue to suffer from education cuts

There is growing concern for the future education of primary school children in Galway caused by pressures placed on already dwindling resources due to cuts, teacher employment restrictions, and increases in class sizes.

Household charge divides council chamber

It is not often that national issues are discussed in the borough council chamber, but the topic of Minister Phil Hogan’s ‘household charge’ was fiercely debated in Kilkenny City Hall this week.

Community Picnic to hold referendum on EU/IMF bailout

The first Galway Community Picnic will take place this Saturday at 2pm to coincide with the visit of the IMF, EU and ECB to Ireland. The picnic is open to all and will have an inclusive and family friendly atmosphere with activities and entertainment for adults and children.

Community Picnic to hold referendum on EU/IMF bailout

The first Galway Community Picnic will take place this Saturday at 2pm to coincide with the visit of the IMF, EU and ECB to Ireland. The picnic is open to all and will have an inclusive and family friendly atmosphere with activities and entertainment for adults and children.

Questions every Fianna Fáil candidate in Kilkenny must answer

And they’re off! The 30th Dáil reached the end of its troubled life on Tuesday and the starting gun was fired on the race for the 31st Dáil.

Questions every Fianna Fáil candidate in Mayo must answer

And they’re off! The 30th Dáil has reached the end of its troubled life and the starting gun was fired for the race for the 31st Dáil. The various candidates will be calling to your door in the next two weeks and you will be bombarded with literature, promises, and pledges.

Questions every FF candidate in Galway must answer

And they’re off! The 30th Dáil reached the end of its troubled life on Tuesday and the starting gun was fired on the race for the 31st Dáil. The various candidates will be calling to your door in the coming weeks and you will be bombarded with literature, promises, and pledges.

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