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Easter fundraising concert for Westport Town Hall

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Local musical protégée Richard Hughes neatly combines his Westport 250 celebration with the rediscovery of Westport composer Jane Anne MacDonnell in a gala fundraising evening at Westport Town Hall. The programme includes Jane Anne MacDonnell’s Quadrilles, the premiere of Richard Hughes composition celebrating Westport 250 and music by Mozart and Haydn. The entire proceeds of the night are in aid of the Town Hall. This exceptional musical evening takes place on Easter Sunday, April 16, at 8pm.

Minister must urgently review commercial rates system - Troy

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Fianna Fail Deputy, Robert Troy, has called on Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government, Simon Coveney, to suspend the re-valuation process and to urgently carry out a full review of the new system.

Ross out of service as bus strike looms - Troy

Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Transport, Deputy Robert Troy, says the Government must work with bus unions to help prevent a damaging strike from occurring at Bus Éireann.

Sheridan believes that Mayo will have their day

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Why Galway needs a directly-elected mayor

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With the prospect of a directly-elected mayor for Dublin still a possibility - Environment Minister Phil Hogan said there will be no plebiscite in May but the four Dublin councils can reconsider the issue after the Local Elections - Insider contemplates what such a role could bring to Galway city.

Is there a point in having councillors anymore?

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So Galway is to get 12 new councillors - a new dirty dozen - when the proposals in the Department of the Environment’s new plan, Putting People First, billed as the most significant local authority reform in Ireland since the Victorian era, are passed.

Charlestown news

The Charlestown book club will return on September 4 at 8.30pm at the Charlestown Library. New members are welcome, contact Noirin at 094 925 5934

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