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Trevor Ó Clochartaigh to run for the Seanad
Sinn Féin’s Trevor Ó Clochartaigh has been nominated to run for a seat in Seanad Éireann following his strong performance in the recent general elections.
Are the tallies a vision of the future?
Over this last week, Insider has been examining Fine Gael tallies from the Galway West count which were carried out when the votes were being counted and sorted in Leisureland last week.
‘And you can quote me on that’
“On a lot of ballots there was just an ‘X’ beside Catherine’s name and nothing else” - Catherine Connolly’s supporters discuss the fact that many of her voters just voted for her and her alone.
Welcome my friends to the show that never ends
To say the Galway West count centre in Leisureland was an epic drama which made War And Peace and The Lord Of The Rings look like minimalist short stories is an understatement.
All the figures from Galway West
Number of seats: 5
The ‘Paschal factor’ got me the seat
He was Fine Gael’s ‘Chosen One’, the heir apparent to Pádraic McCormack’s seat and party HQ were expecting him to retain it and deliver a running mate. He did, but it took a long time and it was nail-biting stuff to the very end.
Frank Fahey - he has not quite gone away you know
One was a phonecall, the other a text. Both messages came early on Saturday morning, they were from two close friends, and both were enquiring about Fianna Fáil’s Frank Fahey. In their own way they exemplified the way Mr Fahey divides opinion.
Get set for the local elections - they are only three years away
The election is over! Bring on the next one! After the marathon counts in Galway East and Galway West, there cannot be many people who want another election too soon.
Face of Galway politics to change over next 48 hours
The face of Galway politics will be changed completely over the next 48 hours as the county, across its two constituencies, will return between five to seven new TDs.
Planning approval granted for Oranmore train station
Planning permission has been granted by the Galway County Council for a train station in Oranmore, with a total of 10 conditions.