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New primary school to open in Doughiska in September

A temporary school for the primary school for the Doughiska, Roscam, and Ardaun area is to open in September as parents and pupils wait for the main building to be completed.

Will the economic cutbacks see a cutback in councillors’ support?

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This time next year all the hullabaloo of the Local and European elections will be over and a new city council and mayor will have been elected. In the meantime, the big question is, how will the current economic climate and cutbacks affect the members of the council in their bids to be re-elected?

City councillors saw payments rise in 2007

The earnings and expenses of the 15 Galway city councillors rose by €30,000 between 2006 and 2007, with left leaning councillors enjoying the biggest sums with payments between €30,000+ and €46,000+.

Leahy calls for GP service for Ballybane

A Fianna Fail city councillor is calling for a GP service for Ballybane, an area which houses 13.7 per cent of the city’s population.

PD councillors look to an independent future as party gets set to close down

PD councillors Tom Welby and Terry O’Flaherty have declared they will stand as Independent candidates in the 2009 Local Elections, with Cllr Donal Lyons possibly doing the same. Speculation persists however that Noel Grealish, Declan McDonnell, and Jim Cuddy are Fianna Fáil bound.

The Russian enigma that is the future of Noel Grealish and the PDs

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“I cannot forecast to you the action of Russia. It is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma: but perhaps there is a key. That key is Russian national interest.”

Council defers webcasting of city meetings

Members of the Galway City Council this week deferred the idea of broadcasting their monthly council meetings for the public at large to view because they said the cost is too high and the time is not right.

Gluas talk costs... millions

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The long-awaited feasibility study into a light rail system for Galway will begin this day next week it was announced on Monday.

October to be a red letter month for some FFers

October was a significant date for the Soviets as the October Revolution of 1917 overthrew the Russian provisional government and eventually led to the creation of the Soviet Union in 1922.

Concern grows over Grealish Fianna Fáil move

There are reports of growing opposition to the move of Noel Grealish to Fianna Fáil, however the move still seems to be a “done deal”.


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