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Kyne secures meeting on Annaghdown Cemetery

The difficulties with the expansion of Annaghdown Cemetery will be examined at a meeting next week between the Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Departmental officials, Galway West Oireachtas members and representatives of the Cemetery committee.

New funding secures future of Connemara Community Radio

The future of one of Ireland’s oldest community radio stations is secure following the identification of a new funding programme.

Irish Water to invest €37.5 million in Galway

More than €37.5 million will be invested in water and wastewater infrastructure throughout the county as part of the Irish Water Proposed Capital Investment Plan 2014-2016.

Councillors refuse to extinguish fight for South Connemara fire station

Galway county councillors have refused to give up their fight to ensure that the people of South Connemara receive their fair share and benefit from the basic life-saving service that an additional fire station in an area such as Carraroe could provide.

Progress made on N59 upgrade and Moycullen bypass

The N59 re-alignment and Moycullen bypass has taken a significant step forward as Galway County Council has served compulsory purchase orders on behalf of the National Roads Authority to affected landowners.

Brighter Evenings Bill would have negative consequences for West — Kyne

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The proposed Brighter Evenings Bill, which was debated in Dáil Éireann on Friday last, would have negative consequences for the West if enacted. The bill, introduced by Independent TD, Tommy Broughan, proposes to put clocks permanently forward by one hour and bring Ireland into line with Central European Time.

New insolvency service to benefit indebted Galwegians says Kyne

The Insolvency Service of Ireland “is a pivotal step” in tackling mortgage arrears and debt crisis, and, more locally, “will provide a way forward” for Galwegians struggling with over-indebtedness.

UK and Greece support Outer Bypass decision at European Court hearing

There were hopeful signs for the future of the Galway City Outer Bypass at a European Court of Justice oral hearing yesterday after support was shown for An Bord Pleanála’s decision to grant permission for the first half of the project.

Census proves case for new school in Clifden, says Kyne

Census figures showing that Clifden is the fastest growing town in Connacht provide further strong evidence that a purpose-built facility is needed as a matter of urgency to cater for the educational needs of North Connemara, that is according to Fine Gael Galway West TD Seán Kyne, who is calling on the Minister of Education to re-evaluate his department’s plans for education provision in the area.

Ó Cuív calls for immediate cuts to petrol and diesel costs

An instant reduction of 5c in the price of petrol and diesel would “make a significant impact on household budgets” and it is a reduction the Government must introduce.


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