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Galway 2020 was launched in Brussels this week at an event attended by leading Belgian travel professionals and journalists, as well as those who were at the European Week of Regions and Cities in the Belgian capital.
The role of the first members of Dáil Éireann from Galway is highlighted in an exhibition entitled Dáil 100, which is hosted by the Galway County Council, and which opened this week.
The Law Reform Commission is hosting a consultative meeting in the Aula Maxima at NUI Galway on Wednesday November 22 at 5pm. The Commission would like to hear from local stakeholders, legal professionals, and members of the public about areas of law that may be in need of reform.
Existing participants on the Rural Social Scheme will not be subject to the new six year term limit, the new limit only applies to new participants, the Minister for Social Protection, Leo Varadkar, confirmed this week.
Environment Minister Simon Coveney must clarify if he has a conflict of interest in adjudicating on the lease application for the renewable energy test site proposed for Galway Bay, a Galway senator has demanded.
Fahey delighted with six figure settlement after taking libel action against publishers of Mail newspapers
Former Galway West TD Frank Fahey has been granted a substantial six-figure sum in a settlement with the publishers of the Irish Daily Mail and the Mail On Sunday.
What is Michael J Crowe up to now? First there was the ‘I’m sick of trees’ comment, then there was the one man battle against the Galway Alliance Against War, and now he says he is “winding down” from politics - this is despite having three years left of his term as a councillor.
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.
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.
Planning permission has been granted by the Galway County Council for a train station in Oranmore, with a total of 10 conditions.