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Local Green Party representatives to host public event to address housing issue

The Longford Westmeath Green Party will host a special public event in the Radisson Blu Hotel Athlone on Friday, November 25.

Almost 150 Galway artists to get funding from new scheme

148 Artists in Galway are to receive the Basic Income for the Arts — a payment which will continue for the next three years under the pilot scheme.

‘A bus stuck in a traffic is no better than a car,’ says Ollie Crowe after ring road setback

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The An Bord Pleanála decision this week to effectively shelve the Galway Ring Road is a massive setback for Galway and the future development of the region, according to Fianna Fail senator Ollie Crowe.

Decommissioning Derrybrien Wind Farm would be reckless, warns Donohue

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Independent Councillor Geraldine Donohue has called for common sense to prevail to allow “the wind to blow and power to flow” from the turbines at Derrybrien on the hills on Slieve Aughty, Co Galway.

Calls for Crowe to resign following Traveller statements

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Athlone bypass noise levels having impact on local residents

The need to resurface the Athlone bypass road and reduce the noise levels which impact upon residents who live in close proximity to the route was afforded much detailed consideration at the recent sitting of the Athlone-Moate Municipal District (AMMD).

Galway Simon supports more people than ever before

Galway Simon Community has launched their 2021 Annual Impact Report, highlighting an increase of 26% in the number of households supported compared to 2020. With the easing of Covid-19 restrictions, including the lifting of the moratorium on evictions and a deepening housing crisis, Galway Simon Community has supported more people than ever at risk of and experiencing homelessness in Galway, Mayo and Roscommon.

Council spent less than five percent of funds afforded to walking and cycling in 2021

Figures released by the National Transport Authority (NTA) have revealed that almost €4.3m of funding that was made available for walking and cycling infrastructure in Westmeath was not spent in 2021.

Both Galway Councils have underspent their cycling and walking money, says Senator

“The money and skills are there, now we need action” — so said Green Party Senator Pauline O’Reilly last night when she revealed that both Galway City Council and Galway County Council have underspent the money allocated to them for groundbreaking cycling and walking projects.

Local Fine Gael Minister of State heads plan to allow the sale of turf to continue

Local Fine Gael Minister of State, Deputy Peter Burke, has confirmed that the gifting or sale of turf will continue to happen legally, and there will be no areas where turf burning is banned, in a reversal of the earlier policy tabled by the Green Party.


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