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Will Walsh or Kyne survive the 2016 General Election?

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It was not the bank collapse of 2008, the implosion of the economy, the unforgivable bank guarantee, nor four years of harsh austerity measures which forced the Irish people on to the streets in protest.

Free places for ten students at reforming learning conference

A number of second and third level students can avail of free places at a conference which explores how second and third level education prepares young people for the future.

New pedestrian crossings for Oranmore

Three new pedestrian crossings are to be constructed on the Respond Road, Oranmore, following negotiations with the Galway County Council and the Department of Education.

Adopted people to have right to their birth certificates if new Bill is accepted

Adopted people will have a right to their birth certificates for the first time if a new bill published this week is accepted by the Government.

Senator doubts A&E could cope with major emergency crisis

A local senator has expressed concern about how University Hospital Galway’s A&E department would cope with any major medical emergency due to the increasing pressure on its services.

Fight to save Thoor Ballylee continues

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The Galway County Council, Failte Ireland, and a committee set up to safeguard the future of Thoor Ballylee near Gort have been continuing their efforts to find a way to reopen the ancient tower, once the retreat of WB Yeats.

New group to campaign for Oranmore traffic management plan

A new traffic management plan is urgently needed for Oranmore where there is increasing traffic and safety problems, according to the newly-formed Oranmore Traffic Group.

Lifesaving machine not covered under Long Term Illness scheme

The parents of a Galway child with Down Syndrome - who suffers from a sleep disorder - have to pay more than €70 per month to rent a lifesaving machine for the boy.

Healy-Eames proposes Bill to transform Budget process

A Bill seeking to make the Government Budgetary process accountable and to set out targets to be achieved by State departments, is to be introduced to Seanad Éireann by Galway senator Fidelma Healy Eames.

Protests could pull plug on Galway water metering and bill payments

As the country considers the water charges signed off by the Government this week, a campaign of civil disobedience is already being planned and could see Galway householders following in the footsteps of protestors in Cork and Dublin by blocking attempts to install meters or refusing to pay the water bill.

 

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