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The Ardilaun Hotel and Leisure Club, Taylors Hill, Galway, was last week awarded with the ‘AA Courtesy and Care Award 2011/2012’. The award, linked to the AA’s motto of ‘Courtesy and Care’, is awarded annually to the AA hotel which offers nothing short of excellent Irish hospitality.
Galway’s good showing in the Tidy Towns competition, which found the city “very well presented and spotlessly clean”, is a positive start and something to build on.
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.
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.
While overall Galway West mosly mirrrors the national average in terms of it’s support for the various political parties, it’s various local authority regions manage to somewhat buck those very same trends.
The Labour Party holds its annual conference in Galway this weekend, so Insider thought it worthwhile to take a closer look at Galway’s political alternative.
Professionals in the field of wedding preparation, fashion, photography and limousine hire will take part in a special wedding event to be held at the Connemara Coast Hotel on Sunday April 11.
The Mayor of Galway Cllr Padraig Conneely will be chosen as Fine Gael’s candidate for the Galway City Centre ward in The Westwood Hotel tonight.
Galway City Council has launched its forthcoming Park and Ride campaign aimed at significantly reducing car use in the run up to the busy Christmas period in Galway. This year its newly operational Galway Transportation Unit focused on an integrated approach involving the Department of Transport, Iarnród Éireann, An Taisce Green-Schools Programme, and Bus Éireann in an effort to curb car use in Galway by offering a number of cut price, ‘hassle free’ options of travelling to and from Galway other than by private car.
As we near the crucial day, the people of Galway have a decision to make. Do they continue to support the old established parties or do they on this occasion have faith in the Independent community candidates?