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Ballybane areas angry at being ‘unrecognised’

There is growing anger at City Hall among residents in the Beal Strutha and Fana Glas areas of Ballybane, accusing the local authority of neglecting their estates.

St Finbarrs Terrace to get one way traffic system

The traffic problems plaguing St Finbarrs Terrace, Bohermore, look set to be at an end with the implementation of a one way traffic system for the area.

Is Crowe’s difficulty Connolly’s opportunity?

‘Every cloud has a silver lining’, goes the old expression and even in these dark times for Fianna Fáil, a ray of light may just be emerging that could be to the future benefit of Cllr John Connolly.

Declan McDonnell declares his independence

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Cllr Declan McDonnell will stand in the 2009 Local Elections as an Independent candidate in Galway City East, bringing to an end weeks of speculation as to whether or not he would join Fianna Fáil.

Lives are in danger due to ‘hazardous’ Merlin Park junction - claims

The “hazardous junction” near the Merlin Park Hospital and retail area is causing motorists to take risks and putting lives at danger and something needs to be done about it before there is “loss of life”.

The woes of a first time candidate

A FIRST time candidate in any election has a lot of growing up to do. You have to be a quick learner and have some street smarts. However one thing is that people can’t blame you for wrong decisions in the past. This is to your main advantage.

An epic day which yielded change

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Not long after 9am on Saturday as the boxes were opened in Leisureland and the tallymen got to work, patterns began to emerge that would remain unaltered throughout the day. Galway was giving its backing to Labour, but it was not exactly punishing Fianna Fáil.

Council must make use of ‘vital government funding’ says Leahy

The Galway City Council can recruit a housing ethnic officer, an anti-social behaviour officer, and a caretaker for older tenants, as government money for such posts has been available since 2007.

What kind of council has Galway voted for?

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When the results came in on Saturday it was clear that Ireland had raised high the Red flag, donned a blue shirt, kept a few Independents on side, and delivered the mother of all kickings to the Government parties. Well not quite everywhere. Typically Galway didn’t quite follow suit.

City sports clubs to benefit from new grants

Sport in Galway city got a major boost this week through a local sports grant facility which was incorporated into the Galway City Council budget for the first time.


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