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JULY 11 marks the 100th anniversary of the end of the War of Independence. Ireland’s fight for self-determination, and its aftermath, will be examined from a Galway perspective at an upcoming online conference.
Mayo Sinn Féin TD Rose Conway-Walsh has called Mayo Government TDs in the County to support her Party’s Pyrite Dáil motion which will be debated on Tuesday evening. The motion seeks cross party agreement to provide 100 per cent redress for homeowners who have been devastated by the pyrite scandal.
I was thinking back on Dáil business last week, and the real heroes and winners of any of the debates which were held were those who went and protested against what we might loosely call the ‘Bingo legislation’. This was legislation which the Government was bringing in, not to curtail bingo players, but to have a more equitable share-out of the funding of such events.
The 73rd Indian Independence Day will be celebrated in Galway by Indian families and friends on Saturday.
In a rare move, the Ceann Comhairle is to seek time for a debate on the HSE plan to slash home help hours due to the virtually unprecedented number of TDs seeking to have the matter discussed, Denis Naughten TD, has confirmed.
Jobs Expo is returning to Galway! Jobs Expo Galway will be held at the Salthill Hotel, Promenade Galway on Saturday 8th September 2018 (10am-4pm). Jobs Expo Galway will feature hundreds of active job opportunities at home and abroad and is the only careers exhibition of its type to feature FREE ADMISSION. With unemployment still at a high level in Ireland, Jobs Expo Galway will provide job seekers with real opportunities to find new employment.
Longford-Westmeath childcare providers can apply for support from a new national €4m fund, according to Independent Alliance TD for Longford-Westmeath, Kevin 'Boxer' Moran.
At the January 1933 general election Éamon de Valera’s Fianna Fáil retained power by increasing its seat count to 77. Since its first general election in 1927, the party had increased its Dáil representation at every subsequent contest. In order to halt Fianna Fáil’s march, opponents of de Valera formed a new party in September 1933 by merging the bulk of the membership of the pro-Treaty Cumann na nGaedheal with two smaller conservative groupings, the National Centre Party and the National Guard (a fascist group known as the Blueshirts). Fine Gael — The United Ireland Party was formed and immediately began the process of holding Cumann na nGaedheal’s core support and growing its membership base.
AWARD-WINNING Galway artist Denise Hogan is holding a new term of weekly art classes and one-day workshops in Roscam, starting the week of September 12.