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New faces on FF local election city ticket

Three first time candidates - Nicola Deasy, Alan Cheevers, and David Burke - will join Fianna Fáil’s three sitting city councillors on the party ticket for the 2014 Local Elections.

SF chooses candidates for two city wards

Sinn Féin will run candidates in all three city wards in the 2014 Local Elections, with Mairéad Farrell and Cathal Ó Conchúir, already selected to stand.

Mulholland to return to City Hall

John Mulholland is set to return to the Galway City Council as a councillor for the Galway City West Ward, four years after he dramatically lost his seat in the 2009 Local Elections.

Major changes to city electoral wards to be announced next week

Galway city’s three electoral wards are next week due for major revisions ahead of next year’s Local Elections with extra seats for two wards, Galway City East to lose a seat, and Menlo, Castlelawn, and Tirellan to be transferred into Galway City Central.

City and county face possible property tax hike in 2015

Homeowners across Galway city and county could be facing up to a 15 per cent hike in their property tax bills from January 2015, despite widespread public assumption the rates will remain unchanged for three years.

City to aid the resurrection of Fianna Fáil?

In ‘The Russians Are Coming’, one of the greatest episodes of Only Fools And Horses, Del Boy constructs a nuclear fallout shelter atop Nelson Mandela Towers. Then, after ruminating on a scenario for what might happen post a nuclear war, he announces: “The end of the world is the break we’re looking for Rodney.”

City to aid the resurrection of Fianna Fáil?

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In ‘The Russians Are Coming’, one of the greatest episodes of Only Fools And Horses, Del Boy constructs a nuclear fallout shelter atop Nelson Mandela Towers. Then, after ruminating on a scenario for what might happen post a nuclear war, he announces: “The end of the world is the break we’re looking for Rodney.”

Cameron says he ‘will not be mayor of convenience for FF’ as pact wobbles

Labour’s Billy Cameron has ruled out any idea of accepting the mayoralty when the position becomes available in the summer, arguing that it should go to Fine Gael’s Frank Fahy instead.

Council to begin Housing Needs Assessment

The Galway City Council’s Housing Department has begun its Housing Needs Assessment with a view to competing its work by April.

An additional dozen councillors for Galway city and county after council reform

Galway could see up to 12 new councillors elected in 2014 as part of local authorities to be run by a chief executive, and which will have the power to collect property taxes, under the Government’s new local government reform programme.

 

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