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The late PJ McGrath was laid to rest yesterday in St. Colman’s Cemetery in Claremorris.
One of the basic lessons from the pandemic is how interconnected we are - your mask protects me, mine protects you. Early outbreaks of Covid in meat-processing factories - where workers cannot practice social distancing - were exacerbated by the fact these low-income workers lack sick pay. Unable to afford to (willingly) forego wages, workers masked symptoms, hoped for the best, and clocked in, with disastrous results.
A pedestrian crossing is finally to be developed at the entrance to Barna Woods, creating a safer means for people to move between the wood, Cappagh Park, Lough Rusheen Park, and Silverstrand.
The final phase of works on a section of road at Corner Chapel, outside Headford, have been completed.
The creation of a bespoke building for Headford, comprising cultural, enterprise, and recreational facilities, has taken a step closer this week, following the allocation of funding.
Galway city councillors are calling for the development of a calendar of commemorative occasions in 2020 to mark the centenary of significant events of the War of Independence that occurred in Galway during 1920.
Homeowners in Mayo will see an increase of 10 per cent in their Local Property Tax (LPT) next year, following a vote at Mayo County Council's September meeting on Monday afternoon.
Responding to the announcement that Fianna Fáil, Fine Gael and the Green Party have agreed a Programme for Government, Sinn Féin TD for Mayo, Rose Conway-Walsh, has said: "Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael excluded Sinn Féin from the government formation process in an attempt to deny change, to protect the status-quo and to continue with the same politics that have so badly failed workers and families."
It has been more than 12 months since the local elections and Insider is assessing how the members of the current Galway City Council have performed and how the council has done.
Micheál Martin’s appearance on last Friday’s The Late Late Show was eagerly anticipated by many Fianna Fáil supporters. Since the earliest opportunity after the February's General Election, it was clear that the preference of Micheál Martin was to enter a coalition with FG and others.