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Time for TD’s and Senators to Intensify Pressure for Galway’s Ring Road Oral Hearing.

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City councillor calls on TDs and senators to intensify pressure for Galway’s ring road oral hearing Galway TDs and senators must crank up the pressure on the Government for the Galway ring road oral hearing, according to a Galway city councillor.

‘Time for our higher politicians to start making noise’ on ring road says Larkin

Galway TDs and senators must crank up the pressure on the Government for the Galway ring road oral hearing, according to a Galway city councillor. Independent councillor Noel Larkin said everyone in favour of the ring road including interested groups, businesses, and organisations, as well as politicians, must come out in force to support the proposal.

City bypass planning reaches €15 million with 'no guarantee' road will be built

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Almost €30 million has been spent planning a bypass for Galway city since it was first proposed in 1999, with planning and design of its current incarnation - the N6 Galway City Ring Road - having reached €15 million, it was confirmed this week.

Climate change means city bypass will add to, not solve, Galway's traffic problems

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The increasing congestion on Galway's roads over recent decades has led for calls for more new roads to be constructed, demands for an increase in capacity on city commuter routes, and for building an outer-bypass, the latest incarnation of which is again before An Bord Pleanala.

Public meeting on controversial Shannon LNG

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As the High Court prepares to hear a Judicial Review next week on the Shannon liquified natural gas’s planning permission, campaigners against the terminal on the Shannon Estuary are hosting an awareness-raising event in Galway.

Mary Robinson to speak at NUI Galway on ‘The Necessity of Advocacy

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The Irish Centre for Human Rights and the School of Law will host a panel discussion with Dr Mary Robinson on the ‘The Necessity of Advocacy’ at NUI Galway on Wednesday, 24 October.

Education justice is duly served as Connacht fail the Leinster test

From time to time in public life, various matters happen which really hit the button in interest and which excite much commentary, both on radio, TV and in print media.

New book on Salthill tells the tale of one of Ireland’s first tourist resorts

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Paul McGinley’s new book, Salthill - A History, Part 1, begins with a most informative historic timeline, taking the reader from 1557 to 1901. Early documents were sparse but in 1797, a French traveller “wrote of young damsels going to refresh their charms in the sea about two miles from the city”.

Councillor welcomes court's decision on waste facility challenge

A Ballinasloe area councillor has welcomed the High Court's decision to grant permission to a group of County Galway residents to challenge the Galway County Council’s decision to issue a waste facility permit at a facility close to their homes.

The only way to protect all human life is to vote No

The issue at the heart of this referendum is whether we are going to introduce abortion-on-demand.

 

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