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Residents ‘horrified’ at plans for new Tesco hypermarket

Residents of Highfield Park, Rahoon Road, and Old Seamus Quirke Road, say they are “shocked and dismayed” at the prospect of a three-storey high Tesco hypermarket being constructed in their area.

Ó Cuív dismisses resign threat comments

Éamon Ó Cuív has rubbished suggestions that he ever threatened to resign his post as Fianna Fáil deputy leader over the party’s stance on the presidential election.

Ó Cuív dismisses resign threat comments

Éamon Ó Cuív has rubbished suggestions that he ever threatened to resign his post as Fianna Fáil deputy leader over the party’s stance on the presidential election.

Tiochfaidh ár lá sa Ghaillimh?

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“Sinn Féin, whether we agree with it and accept what it says or not, is an organisation brimful with answers to our problems and they are answers, in the main, that directly confront the policies being pursued by other parties.”

Westmeath libraries ready for Heritage Week

A variety of exhibitions, lectures, and other events are being planned in Westmeath libraries to coincide with National Heritage Week, which runs from August 20 to 28.

Environment Minister Phil Hogan could yet overturn rezoning decision

Efforts to rezone a site on Shantalla Road to allow for a major Tesco supermarket may have received the support of the Galway City Council, but it could still be turned down if the Environment Minister Phil Hogan deems it to contravene his Department’s guidelines.

Gleeson and co hit red carpet for The Guard premiere

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The red carpet was well and truly rolled out and trodden at the Eye Cinema recently for the Irish premiere of The Guard with stars such as Brendan Gleeson, Pat Shortt, Liam Cunningham, and Danny O’Donoghue from The Script having a ball and chatting the night away during the glitzy after-show party in The g Hotel.

Fianna Fáil leader called on to intervene in re-zoning controversy

Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin has been called on to intervene in the controversial attempt to re-zone a former timber yard on the Rahoon/Seamus Quirke Road into a major shopping centre.

Take Two — controversial re-vote on City Development Plan might be held Monday

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A High Court judge has directed that Galway’s 15 city councillors must re-take a vote on a controversial proposal in the Galway City Development Plan, within the next four weeks.

National jobs initiative to be announced says Noonan

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has confirmed in the Dáil that the Government's jobs initiative will be announced next Tuesday.

 

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