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Oranmore twins with Breton village

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Last week marked the beginning of the twinning of the town of Oranmore and the Breton village Clohars-Fouesnant, organised by the Oranmore Twinning Committee and its chairperson, Gerardine Costello. A group from the village arrived in Ireland and was greeted by members of the committee before they commenced their busy week-long visit to the west.

Draft of new Oranmore Local Area Plan to go on display

The new Oranmore Draft Area Plan is going on display later this month in the Oranmore Library, the Lackagh Area Office and County Buildings, Prospect Hill.

New Gaelscoil for Oranmore to become a reality

A deal to acquire a site for a new 16-room school for Gaelscoil de hÍde, Oranmore, is expected to be concluded in the coming weeks, according to Fine Gael Galway West TD Brian Walsh.

Green light for new Gaelscoil in Oranmore

Gaelscoil de hÍde will finally get a proper school building with 16 classrooms, to be located in Oranmore, after county councillors granted outline permission for the development.

Fine Gael to dominate county mayor posts

Former PD and now Fine Gael councillor, Michael Mogie Maher, will be elected as the next Mayor of County Galway in June.

Fine Gael to dominate county mayor posts

Former PD and now Fine Gael councillor, Michael Mogie Maher, will be elected as the next Mayor of County Galway in June.

FG prepare for government with Galway West convention

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At a time when there is hardly any certainly in our political system, we can bank on one near certainty. Enda Kenny will be the next Taoiseach.

The verdict on our county councillors

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Insider has often commented on what he sees as the faults and failings (and occasionally virtues) of the individual city councillors, but it is time he turned his attention onto the 30 members of the Galway County Council.

Noone proves a hit on the doorsteps in competitive Oranmore constituency

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As the chase for seats in the Oranmore electoral area hots up, it has emerged that a battle royale will ensue for the third and fourth seats in that area.

Drama at finish, but governor’s call came too late to save O’Rourke

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It was just around teatime on Sunday when an entry worthy of any dramatic play took place. Through the doors of the tennis club count centre strode Michael D Higgins, walking with purpose up towards the side of the hall, covering a metre with each step, as the crowds parted like the Red Sea to let him through.

 

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