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City councillors have paid tribute to Christy O’Connor snr, who died on Saturday.
“Like children in a playground” is how Mayor of Galway Frank Fahy summed up the arguments between councillors over the filling of casual vacancies on a number of committees this week.
THE CENTENARY of the 1916 Rising and its aftermath will continue to be marked in Galway with two events taking place, one today, the other later this month.
Cathy Killeen won the Galway City Council Volunteer of the Year award, at the 13th Annual Mayor’s Awards for Galway City, for her long involvement with the Castlegar/Menlo Foróige club.
Gardai are considering a return to placing physical tickets on illegally parked vehicles in the city in order to underline the problem of illegal parking, it emerged this week.
The Galway City Council has agreed to display copies of the 1916 Proclamation in all its public buildings as part of its commemoration of the Easter Rising.
Plans to move St Joseph’s College, The Bish, to a new site were back before the Galway City Council this week following a proposal seeking to designate lands in Dangan, owned by NUI Galway, for the development of a secondary school. The proposal has been included in the draft Galway City Development Plan 2017-2023, which councillors met to discuss on Monday.
To mark World AIDS day, AIDS West will present a special candlelit memorial service on Tuesday 1 December at 7:00pm sharp in the wonderful surroundings of St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church in Galway. This will be the 15th anniversary of the annual event – admission is free to all.
An event took place this week to mark the launch of Our Lady’s College, which will officially open its doors in September 2016. This new school represents the union of two well-known Galway educational facilities; Presentation Secondary School and Mercy Newtownsmith.
City councillors voted this week to sell the Royal Tara China site in Mervue.