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Galway city councillors are being asked to take part in another round of collaborative discussions with community, voluntary and environmental groups on the City Development Plan 2023-2029.
Mental health charity, Aware, is calling on the public to ‘give the gift of hope’ this Christmas with a donation to help fund the organisation’s free support, education and information services for those impacted by depression, bipolar disorder and related mood conditions.
There will be no increase in commercial rates in Mayo for 2021 following the adoption of the new budget by the elected members of Mayo County Council at their annual budget meeting on Monday morning.
With Christmas just a month away, it is now officially safe to embrace Christmas and the festive season, if you haven't already done this. This has been the most unusual year that most of us has experienced, but the great spirit that has seen us through it is needed for a while longer until we get life back to some sort of normality.
The refusal by the National Transport Authority (NTA) to grant a Local Area Hackney Licence in the municipal district of Athenry-Oranmore has been criticised by a Galway County Councillor.
It has been more than 12 months since the local elections and Insider is assessing how the members of the current Galway City Council have performed and how the council has done.
Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) has given the go ahead for road improvements to be made on a dangerous bend between Headford and Caherlistrane .
St Nicholas' Parochial School will hold an open evening on Thursday February 13 from 5.30pm to 7.30pm. Parents will have an opportunity to take a tour of the school, meet the teachers, and have a cup of tea and a chat.
The word ‘hackney’ derives from the place name Hackney in London which supplied horses from the surrounding meadows. An ordinance for the regulation of hackney coachmen in London was approved by the English Parliament in 1654 to “remedy the many inconveniences [that] do daily arise by reason of the late increase and great irregularity of coaches and coachmen.” The first hackney carriage licences date from 1662. Licences applied literally to horse-drawn carriages, later modernised to ‘hansom cabs’ that operated as vehicles for hire.