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Women in Galway twice as likely to be unemployed as men according to new figures

Almost twice as many women as men have joined the Live Register in Galway in the last three months, as the trend in unemployment turns upwards again, according to recent figures from the CSO.

Women in Galway twice as likely to be unemployed as men according to new figures

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Almost twice as many women as men have joined the Live Register in Galway in the last three months, as the trend in unemployment turns upwards again, according to recent figures from the CSO.

Prince Charles, Sinn Féin meeting is about 'reconciliation and healing' says Ó Clochartaigh

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This morning's planned meeting in Galway between Sinn Féin leaders Gerry Adams and Martin McGuinness with Britain's Prince Charles is a great moment of "national reconciliation", a Galway senator has said.

Post offices are a ‘social service’ to be protected says Naughton

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The increasing move towards electronic billing and payment and the fall of stamp sales has put the post office network “under huge pressure”, but is not an argument for post office closures.

Galway youth projects to benefit from funding

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Youth Work Ireland’s Westside project and the Forum Adolescent Support Programme will both benefit from capital grants announced by the Government.

‘A vote for McNulty is a vote for cronyism’ - Healy-Eames

A Galway senator has declared that a vote for Fine Gael candidate John McNulty in the Seanad elections “is a vote for cronyism”.

Connemara MND sufferer fights for operation denied by HSE

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A Connemara MND sufferer has accused the Health Services Executive of denying him the right to choose to undergo an operation that will extend his life and has set up the Andrew Lydon Trust to help raise funds for the procedure and extensive aftercare that will be needed.

‘I’m kind of a Heinz 57’

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GALWAY HAS long been a magnet for folk of an artistic bent; they arrive for a weekend or short stint in college and then find themselves setting down roots in the city.

Healy-Eames proposes Bill to transform Budget process

A Bill seeking to make the Government Budgetary process accountable and to set out targets to be achieved by State departments, is to be introduced to Seanad Éireann by Galway senator Fidelma Healy Eames.

Higgins warns of dangers of online ‘Neknominations’ craze

“Be your own person and not be somebody else’s fool,” is the message Labour’s Galway senator Lorraine Higgins is sending to those tempted to take part in ‘Neknominations’.

 

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