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Clifden finally gets new water treatment plant

Clifden has finally received confirmation of a new waste water treatment plant to upgrade the town’s sewerage system. The announcement was made on Monday by Phil Hogan, Minister for the Environment, Community, and Local Government.

Fine Gael to dominate county mayor posts

Former PD and now Fine Gael councillor, Michael Mogie Maher, will be elected as the next Mayor of County Galway in June.

Fine Gael to dominate county mayor posts

Former PD and now Fine Gael councillor, Michael Mogie Maher, will be elected as the next Mayor of County Galway in June.

Connemara councillor calls on Minister to provide roads funding

There are roads in Connemara that will be rendered “unusable” by next year if funding is not provided soon for urgent repairs, that is according to county councillor Eileen Mannion.

Treatment plant needed urgently to clean up Clifden beach

Locals and representatives in the Clifden area are renewing their call for a long-awaited wastewater treatment plant to be given the green light following an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) report which revealed how a popular beach has failed, six years in a row, to meet basic water quality standards.

Fine Gael Galway West convention postponed

Fine Gael’s Galway West election selection convention, which was due to be held on November 21, has been postponed.

Healy Eames in pole position to join McCormack on Galway West ticket

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With support for Fianna Fáil in freefall and the party desperately clinging to its two seats in Galway West, the time is right for Fine Gael to land the killer blow and become the biggest party in the constituency.

Fine Gael to choose its local candidates before Christmas

The Foreign Affairs Minister Micheál Martin told The Last Word on Today FM on Monday that Fianna Fáil is not preparing for an election. However Fine Gael is.

The verdict on our county councillors

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Insider has often commented on what he sees as the faults and failings (and occasionally virtues) of the individual city councillors, but it is time he turned his attention onto the 30 members of the Galway County Council.

Fianna Fáil and the art of shafting your own

For these local elections Fianna Fáil launched a new system of selection designed to ensure transparency, fairness, and an end to sitting councillors selecting below par running mates.

 

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