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Longford-Westmeath by-election expected to be called for May 23

The race to fill the late Nicky McFadden’s Dáil seat will begin in earnest on Wednesday (April 30) when the Government is expected to call a by-election for May 23 to elect the 40th TD to represent the Longford-Westmeath constituency.

Longford-Westmeath by-election expected to be called for May 23

The race to fill the late Nicky McFadden’s Dáil seat will begin in earnest on Wednesday (April 30) when the Government is expected to call a by-election for May 23 to elect the 40th TD to represent the Longford-Westmeath constituency.

Galway City East - odds are good for a first SF seat since 2004

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John Mulholland and Keith Finnegan recently discussed the bookmaker’s odds for all the local election candidates across the city on Galway Bay FM.

McNelis calls on businesses to sponsor flowerboxes to show off floral city

Galway city businesses are being asked to sponsor flower boxes that will be in place across the city from early May to the end of October.

City manager remains ‘steadfast’ to see return of seven day burial service

Galway city manager Brendan McGrath has confirmed that he remains “steadfast to see the return” of the seven day burial service, however, due to staffing and budget issues it will take a number of months before the service returns.

McNelis demands flood prevention works resume at Raven’s Terrace

Flood prevention works at Raven’s Terrace must be carried out immediately to mitigate any damage future high tides could pose.

Buskers with amplifiers should ‘turn it down’ says McNelis

Buskers playing loudly through PA systems and amplifiers are harming city businesses and preventing other buskers with acoustic instruments from being heard.

Labour to adopt risky strategy to keep council seats

Labour is confident it can retain at least four of its five Galway City Council seats, but in running three candidates in Galway City Central, it is taking a high risk strategy.

Sending Ballinasloe patients to ‘creaking’ city psychiatric unit ‘defies logic’

Political pressure must be put on the HSE West to review its decision that all new mental health patients from Ballinasloe must now attend the psychiatric unit at University Hospital Galway, a former vice chairperson of the HSE West’s regional health forum insists.

Labour councillor ‘disgusted’ at absence of ministers

Minister for the Environment, Phil Hogan, and senior representatives of the Office of Public Works (OPW) have been called on to visit Galway as a matter of urgency and to meet with city councillors and officials to discuss concerns over the extensive damage caused by the recent storms and flooding.

 

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