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Stable political alliance key to inaugural Council meeting

 

Local political landscape painted as canvass formally concludes

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Uddin looks to make an impact

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Kamal Uddin is no stranger to putting his name forward for election - having contested the 2014 local elections and the 2016 general election as an independent.

Castlebar battle likely to be intriguing contest

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The Castlebar Local Electoral Area is the most crowded of all the areas for today's election with 17 candidates looking for the seven seats up for grabs.

Uddin looks to make an impact

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Kamal Uddin is no stranger to putting his name forward for election - having contested the 2014 local elections and the 2016 general election as an independent.

Pat Hardiman to run as Independent in Galway City East

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Pat Hardiman, one of the Galway's leading trade unionists, has quit the Labour Party after 36 years of membership, to stand as an Independent candidate in the highly competitive Galway City East ward.

Is Bernie Sanders the man to beat Trump?

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It has been a week of mixed emotions for Insider. On Monday April 8 we saw a vibrant coalition of union, civil society, and cross-party groups come together for a 'Raise the Roof' rally on housing in Eyre Square.

Labour to run Liam Boyle in Galway City East

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Liam Boyle, an activist and a long-time member of the Labour Party, who has served as the party's constituency council chair and Dáil director of elections for Michael D Higgins, will stand in Galway City East at May's Local Elections.

Sinn Fein local election candidate welcomes discarding of loan scheme

The discussion with regard to funding for third Level education is being countenanced yet again. This has been the sword of Damocles for the 374,000 students in college and university across Ireland almost every time the annual Budget is announced.

Galway expresses its horror at Christchurch massacre

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Galway city - officially, politically, and in the actions of individual people - has expressed its outrage at last week's terrorist attack in New Zealand, which left 50 people dead, while this evening, a vigil for the victims will take place in the Galway's Masjid Maryam mosque at 7.30pm.

 

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