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Crowe seeks new sentencing laws for burglary

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The rate of burglaries has shot up by 14 per cent over the last five years, but the Government “has done nothing to counter this” and seems “entirely unaware of the scale of the problem”.

Irish Water ‘application packs’ to be burned at Galway protest

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Irish Water ‘application packs’ will be burned as part of an anti-water charges protest in Galway this weekend, which could see thousands of people take to streets as momentum against the unpopular tax grows.

Reform ‘exploitative’ JobBridge scheme

Thousands of JobBridge interns are being exploited through “inadequate regulation” of the scheme, which is also harming actual job creation.

Aviation licence extention at Galway Airport ‘buys more time ‘

The Irish Aviation Authority has confirmed the aviation licence for Galway Airport has been extended for a further month, according to Fianna Fáil city councillor Peter Keane.

Landscaping works on city’s new junctions to begin, says Crowe

The four new traffic junctions in the city, some of which have been left “almost in a wild state”, will undergo significant landscaping works from next week with the view to bringing them up to standard and attractive for visitors by end of May.

Crowe warns Eyre Square may have to be closed to repair grass damaged by market

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Eyre Square’s Kennedy Park may have to be closed to the public so work can take place to restore the grasslands damaged during the Christmas Market.

Budget fund essential for community involvement at Knocknacarra Community Centre, says Keane

The fight for national funding to provide even more sporting amenities and further promote community involvement at facilities such as the Knocknacarra Community Centre has been made even stronger by provisions in Budget 2014, according to Fianna Fáil city councillor Peter Keane.

Charities must be regulated says Crowe

The Central Remedial Clinic scandal and the fact there is no requirement for charities to publish annual reports or make financial information available is eroding public trust in charities.

Government must stop banks from ‘hammering’ variable rate customers says Crowe

Variable rate customers across Galway are being “hammered” due to the Government’s failure to stop banks from increasing the interest rates.

NUIG and council must provide St Michael’s GAA club with facilities

NUI Galway and the Galway City Council have a duty to provide St Michael’s GAA Club with suitable facilities now that work is about to begin on the Westside Sports Complex.


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