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Tuam Green candidate expresses sadness over Ringsend fire

Islammiyah Kadejo, Green Party candidate for Tuam LEA has expressed her profound sadness regarding the devastating fire that engulfed the former Shipwright pub in Ringsend. The fire occurred following an earlier anti-immigrant protests fuelled by claims that the building would be used to house asylum seekers.

Blockading of accommodation intended for asylum seekers should not be tolerated

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The blockading of accommodation intended for asylum seekers or Ukrainians should not be tolerated by An Garda Síochána who must intervene to ensure access, Green Party Senator Pauline O’Reilly has said.

Balanced city budget but council chamber upset

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Galway City councillors unanimously passed a record €121.3m budget this week, but tempers frayed during the annual money meeting on Monday.

Galway schools to benefit from solar panels scheme

Schools across Galway will be fully funded to install up to 16 solar panels on their roof under a new Government scheme.

Galway lighting the way on climate — Sen O’Reilly

Galway has become the first city in Ireland to complete the rollout of LED lighting, leading to an annual saving of approximately €600,000, Senator Pauline O’Reilly said this week.

Glyphosate needs to be banned in the interest of our health, says Green Party councillor

Glyphosate is the active ingredient in the popular weed-killer Roundup. Pressure to ban it followed the World Health Organisation’s conclusion that it was “probably carcinogenic to humans” and the evidence that it has been devastating to nature.

Illogically, road safety measures are often unpopular, says Murphy

BY CLLR NIALL MURPHY, Green Party

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Strategic Rail Review recommends reviving Tuam train

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The reopening of the Western Rail Corridor has been recommended in a review of the railway network of the island of Ireland.

O'Reilly welcomes proposed law changes around character references in sexual assault cases

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Galway-based Green Party Senator Pauline O’Reilly has welcomed the publication of The Criminal Law (Sexual Offences and Human Trafficking) Bill 2023, in particular the changes in relation to the use of character references in sexual assault cases.

 

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