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Who will survive the race in Galway City Central?

In horse racing parlance it could be said that contenders are in the dip but have not turned into the straight yet and, in what has been forecast as the most competitive of all Wards, Galway City Central should prove to be the mother of all gallops.

Meeting on horror road on Tuesday

City Hall officials are to attend a public meeting in the Doughiska area to give a presentation on the upgrade of the Doughiska Road, including design, timescale, landscaping, traffic management and how construction will affect the local community.

New Dublin Road outbound bus lane should ‘significantly reduce journey times’

Work has begun on a new outbound bus lane along the Dublin Road, extending from Moneenageisha to the Renmore Road junction. Works will take up to 16 weeks but when completed, the new lane should significantly reduce journey times along the route.

Will McDonnell now go independent?

It is ironic - or appropriate - that the collapse of the global economy, brought about by aggressive, unregulated, laissez-faire capitalism, has pushed the demise of the PDs - the party that championed free market capitalism in Ireland - off the front pages.

New project seeks to preserve and promote Galway’s maritime heritage

The last six boats of the Claddagh fleet are to be restored to working order in time for the Volvo Ocean Boat Race, as part of a new project which seeks to preserve and promote Galway’s maritime heritage.

Could John Connolly be Ó Cuív’s successor?

As is traditional nowadays, the various political parties converge on a chosen hotel at an appropriate venue prior to the recommencement of Dáil hostilities.

It could get dirty in Galway City East

Galway City East looks likely to become the city's most competitive - and possibly dirtiest - electoral battleground by the time votes are cast next June in the 2009 Local Elections.

Leahy thinks electricity and gas increases are shocking

City Councillor Mary Leahy has slammed the decision of the Energy Regulator to allow electricity and gas price increases to go ahead in full, despite the recent drop in crude oil prices.

A nervous Christmas for FF as local election interviews take place

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There were many nervous Fianna Fáilers in Salthill last Wednesday and they will continue to be nervous over the Christmas period as their political future and fate is decided.

Galway councillors break ranks to condemn increases in class sizes

After feeling a fortnight of public ire, two Government councillors in Galway broke ranks to publicly to state their opposition to the highly controversial cuts to education proposed in the Budget.


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