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Galway City Volunteer recruitment fair

Members of the public interested in volunteering in their community are invited to the Galway City Volunteer Recruitment Fair in the Galway Bay Hotel on Sunday January 28 from 2pm to 5pm.

Parents who suspect flu should keep children home from school says McNelis

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With children up to 15 considered at risk from the so-called ‘Aussie flu’ this winter, a local councillor has said it is "vital" the warnings of doctors and medical experts "are heeded", and that "children showing symptoms of flu are kept home from school".

Should Aung San Suu Kyi be stripped of the Freedom of Galway?

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The world has watched in shock, horror, and dismay, as in less than a month, more than 400,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled Rahkine State in Myanmar, in what the United Nations has branded a military operation of ethnic cleansing.

McNelis demands gardaí assist with Parkmore traffic chaos

The Gardaí must be present each evening at Parkmore to deal with the area’s traffic chaos, a situation which one local councillor says is “becoming not only an inconvenience, but is becoming dangerous”.

Galway City Volunteer Recruitment Fair returns this month

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Galwegians interested in volunteering are encouraged to attend the annual Galway City Volunteer Recruitment Fair, which is being described as an "opportunity for the public to find out what is happening in their community and see how they can get involved".

Lower Salthill to get pedestrian crossing

Safety and improvement works for roads in Lower Salthill began this week, and have been welcomed by Labour city councillor Niall McNelis, who said it should help "promote a more pedestrian friendly city".

Pedestrian crossings for Lower Salthill

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Safety and improvement works for roads in Lower Salthill began this week, and have been welcomed by Labour city councillor Niall McNelis, who said it should help "promote a more pedestrian friendly city".

Works to begin on Salthill playground at end of month

Erecting a “large fenced barrier” around the children’s playground at Toft Park in Salthill, “with no explanation or notice for how long it will be closed” or what works are planned for it “is not good enough”.

McNelis raises concerns over discarded syringes and needles in city

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Discarded syringes and hypodermic needles is a problem around certain areas of Galway and City Hall must “immediately tackle” any reports of such discarded items.

Cameron calls for Westside to become city's new artistic hub

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Westside has the potential to become a major artistic hub for Galway city, one which can provide much needed facilities for local youth and communities, and such a hub is vital as Galway needs to develop and support the next generation of artistic makers and leaders.

 

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