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“Politicians are all the same“ is a very common refrain these days, and although it may disturb the more idealistic candidates and their canvassers, it has more than a grain of truth. The two governments that have reigned throughout the Irish economic meltdown have pursued the same policies, making the people pay for a crisis that was none of their doing.
A Yes vote on Saturday in the Children’s Referendum will lead to better child protection and improve the family law system by ensuring the courts make more ‘child-centered’ decisions.
As St Columba’s Credit Union start preparations to celebrate their upcoming 50th Anniversary next year, they take a look at where it all started. On February 9 1963, with nine crowns, (€3.43) St. Columba’s Credit Union was the first credit union formed in Galway City and County and the second in Connacht.
Victor Dreke Cruz, who fought alongside Che Guevara in the Congo and is a veteran of the Bay of Pigs, will be speaking in Galway next week.
A new book on terrorist attacks against Cuba will receive its Galway launch in The Western Hotel, Prospect Hill at 8pm next Wednesday.
The new Cuban Ambassador to Ireland, her excellency Teresita Trujillo, will be in Galway this week in an effort to explore and create links between Cuba and Ireland.
Galway Chamber’s Traffic and Transport Forum under the chairmanship of Dr Chris Coughlan, met for the second full forum meeting last week and heard submissions from interested parties regarding the future of Galway’s transport infrastructure.