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Twelve teams in hunt for title, but St Thomas’ remain favourites

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Castlegar’s incredibly hard-fought win over Craughwell in Duggan Park on Tuesday evening sealed the last available place in the quarter finals of the Galway Senior Hurling Championship.

City sporting clubs and councillors up in arms over online booking system

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City sporting clubs and councillors are up in arms this week over a planned transition from the current club licensing agreement to an online reservation system this July, with fears that planned high profile matches could be thrown into disarray by public bookings for stag and birthday parties.

Appeal to general public to use services at local post office

Postmasters have called on the general public to use their post office to sustain local services which support communities and businesses.

Council calls for introduction of new dog control bye-laws in Municipal District

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Collective council support for provision of passport auto renewal service

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Taoiseach assures Grealish of Government funding if ring road gets go-ahead

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has assured Galway West TD Noel Grealish that if the city’s ring road gets the go-ahead from An Bord Pleanála, it will be funded by Government.

Women in business called upon to have their say in Chambers Ireland survey

Chambers Ireland, in partnership with Eurochambres (the Association of European Chambers of Commerce), has launched a new European-wide survey on the challenges faced by women entrepreneurs.

Record-breaking year for the Passport Service

As we the end of the 2022 approached, the final tally of passports issued realised a total of 1,080,000 which sets a new annual record for the Irish Passport Service.

New roadside drug testing system launched

Gardaí have rolled out a new roadside drug driving testing device, which they say can test for a greater range of drugs on the spot.

See Her Elected enjoys successful year assisting women in rural areas become county councillors

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See Her Elected, the award-winning Government funded programme to support women in rural constituencies to become county councillors has gone from strength to strength with over 500 women throughout Ireland signing up for free online workshops, events and resources over the past year.

 

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