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The outcome and the aftermath of tomorrow’s Local Election in Galway city will be determined by the performance of Fianna Fáil, for that will impact directly on how Labour and Fine Gael do.
As we near the crucial day, the people of Galway have a decision to make. Do they continue to support the old established parties or do they on this occasion have faith in the Independent community candidates?
In Galway City West there is only one focus of interest - the last seat and who will get it. Will Fianna Fáil defy reason and logic and take the seat or will Fine Gael take two?
Councillor Brian Walsh has been elected as the new Fine Gael leader on the Galway City Council replacing long serving former councillor John Mulholland.
“What is defeat? Nothing but education; nothing but the first step to something better,” so said Wendell Phillips, the 19th century American abolitionist, advocate for Native Americans, orator, lawyer, and writer.
“If Connaughton had only been named Sue or Seamus or Michael, I’d have had a chance, but to be called Paul, well that killed me in the polls.”
In November 1982, Fine Gael had their biggest breakthrough in Galway West when it took two out of five seats. Since the 1987 General Election, the party has never looked like repeating that success - until now.
One of Kilkenny’s main tourist attractions and focal points - the Parade - has been re-opened after 18 months after the majority of refurbishment works were concluded on Wednesday evening.
Phil ‘The Power’ Taylor will be appear at the Salthill Hotel on Wednesday October 14 as part of an evening of exciting entertainment and darts spectacular.
The sub zero temperatures being experienced in Kilkenny city and county have taken their toll on businesses, families, schools, and the support services, over the past number of days leaving many services closed until further notice.