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It is with some bemusement that I noted the recent contributions in Seanad Éireann regarding the future of local authority arrangements in Galway and, in particular, the voicing of opposition to the amalgamation of the Galway county and city councils.
Memories of my schooldays — I work with young people now in Youthreach Tuam, Youthreach is a second chance Education Centre, more often than not a lot of the young people who leave mainstream secondary school or just cannot fit into the system that is in place, come to Youthreach. What I think is completely wrong is the fact that some mainstream schools are not offering the Leaving Cert Applied, an alternative Leaving Cert, for those who just find the traditional Leaving Cert to difficult. I went to Presentation College in Headford. It was a great school. You could call it a border school as many of my classmates were from Shrule, Cong, the Neale, Kilmaine.
With Galway surpassing Dublin with the highest number of daily cases of Covid-19 in the State, the gardaí have been asked to increase the number of Covid-19 checkpoints across the county for the rest of January.
Marty Walsh, the Mayor of Boston, who has been nominated to the post of Labor Secretary by US President-elect Joe Biden, has been invited to visit Galway during his term of office.
The Business Restart top up provided to Dublin businesses when Dublin was moved to Level 3 must now be extended across the State as it moves into Level 5 restrictions.
Fears that Galway has been brought one step closer to a county wide lockdown emerged last night after large groups of students were gathering to celebrate Fresher's Week, in defiance of public health guidelines on social distancing.
The purchase of a property by the Galway City Council in Killtullagh, Oranmore has been described by the Mayor of the Galway County Council, James Charity, as "deeply concerning".
An online Book of Condolence for the late Mr. John Hume has been opened by the Cathaoirleach of the County of Galway, Cllr James Charity.
The Government's travel green list is "a kick in the teeth" to domestic small businesses which "cannot yet open their doors".
A protest on the N84 Headford Road, against Garda checkpoints in the area, which disrupted traffic and delayed frontline medical workers from travelling into the city, has been condemned by a local councillor.