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Fahey launches new campaign to raise support for city outer bypass

“The future growth of Galway city is in jeopardy if the Galway City Outer Bypass does not proceed,” according to Galway West TD Frank Fahey who is organising a campaign to raise public support for the controversial structure.

No party for old men

The Lisbon Treaty referendum victory is a boost for Brian Cowen and Fianna Fáil nationally. In any match the captain, regardless of how well he played all season, is the recipient of the cup.

FG to tackle ‘paper cumann’ to win two seats in Galway West

Fine Gael is likely to run a new strategy at the next general election, one that will divide the city into a western and eastern half, in an effort to knock out Fianna Fáil and win two seats.

Bus Éireann to run trial Carna to Galway service

Bus Éireann has agreed to run a Carna to Galway city commuter bus on a trial basis to service workers commuting to the city according to Fianna Fáil Galway West TD Frank Fahey.

Scheme which helps improve security in older people’s homes to continue

News that the Government is to continue a scheme - which helps improve older people’s security in their homes but was suspended earlier this year - has been welcomed by local Fianna Fáil TD Frank Fahey.

The joke is on us

Remember the joke ‘What’s the difference between Iceland and Ireland? One letter and six months!’ Oh how Insider wishes that had been true.

Fahey to meet EU officials to find agreement on outer bypass

A meeting takes place in Brussels next week to find a way to avoid conflict between the EU Environment Commission, the Irish courts, and local and national Government over the future of the controversial Galway City Outer Bypass.

Crowe labels Ó Brolcháin Seanad appointment ‘a betrayal of the electorate’

Niall Ó Brolcháin’s political career has been dramatically resurrected following his appointment to Seanad Éireann, but it has come in for stinging criticism from Fianna Fáil councillor Ollie Crowe, who said it was “a betrayal of the electorate”.

The right woman for the big job

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Maire Geoghegan-Quinn has become the first Irish woman and the first Galwegian to be appointed as an EU Commissioner for Ireland, although her elevation to the job is already shrouded in controversy.

OPW to study Menlo after area endures severe flooding

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A detailed study of the Menlo area is being carried out by the Office of Public Works so action can be taken to prevent the kinds of flooding the area has experienced from happening in the future.


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