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Local Green Party Councillor, Louise Heavin, this week reflected upon one year in coalition Government with both Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael.
A vibrant night-time culture and economy across Galway, and Ireland, will be vital in driving the recovery after the pandemic.
“Women councillors need to come together and do so more often – to share our experience and wisdom and to collaborate and support cross-party working to focus on issues that affect women.”
Insider has been a keen observer of activities in City Hall for two decades and, regardless of what the public think, it is always best for Galway when there is a good working relationship between the elected members and senior management.
Two councillors in the Westport-Belmullet Municipal District have called for a meeting between the council executive, councillors and local stakeholders in Newport to be arranged, to plan the future development in the town where a number of projects are expected to be delivered in the coming years.
Fresh from their first ever UK tour in which they sold out eleven shows including two at the Southport Comedy Festival and three back to back St. George’s Hall shows in Liverpool a city in which they have gained cult status due to their hilarious Everton videos which have led to them being hailed as comedy ambassadors for the club, Farmer Michael and Kathleen make a welcome return to The Prince of Wales Hotel with their highly comedic live show on Saturday, April 18.
Independent Cllr Johno O'Malley has asked the executive of the West Mayo Municipal District whether there are any changes to be made to the amount of land people need to own to get planning permission in rural areas.
Imagine walking up the gangway in Belfast or Cork, no worries about baggage allowances or airport security, no huge queues crowding around. Just give your bag to a steward and stroll down to the bar for a cocktail. Enjoy sitting on the deck as your ship glides away from Ireland without the slightest fuss.
The elected members of Mayo County Council refused a call to raise the Local Property Tax (LPT) by 15 per cent at the September meeting of Mayo County Council.