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The Coole Cultural and Heritage Winter Programme 2008 was launched at Coole Visitor Centre on Tuesday by Mayor of County Galway Peter Feeney.
Lack of sewerage scheme hindering Belmullet development — Gormley toldBelmullet development — Gormle
For the second time in a little over a week a delegation of elected representatives from Mayo County Council made the long journey to Dublin to put forward the case for the county. This time the delegation were in Dublin to discuss the proposed new sewerage shceme for Belmullet town.
Western Galway is recognised universally as an area of great beauty, but some of the policies of the National Parks and Wildlife Service are little more than “bureaucratic bullying”.
Independent Ballinrobe County Councillor Harry Walsh, who is contesting next June’s Local Elections and has declared his intention to contest the next General Election, slammed Fine Gael Deputy Michael Ring for asking “silly questions” in Dáil Éireann at a cost to the tax payer.
Bus shelters for Loughgeorge and Claregalway could be provided if a meeting between Fianna Fáil Oranmore candidate Malachy Noone and Bus Éireann proves successful.
Government restrictions on the right to cut turf must be removed so that people have the freedom to cut their own turf, for their own use, on their own land, except in very special circumstances.
A local businessman will have his beard shaved off on Friday May 15 in the Western Strands Hotel at 9.30pm in aid of the Erris Cancer Support Group. Please support.
An Bord Pleanala approved the €317 million Galway city bypass after finding the impact of the road project on the Lough Corrib candidate Special Area of Conservation site, while "locally severe"", would not adversely affect the "integrity" of the site, it has been claimed before the Commercial Court.
The Fine Gael spokesperson on community, rural, and Gaeltacht affairs, Deputy Michael Ring, has again questioned the Office of Public Works regarding the ongoing issue of flooding in south Mayo.
A “comprehensive study” of why so many houses in east Galway were flooded must be conducted so informed action can be taken to prevent such devastation from happening again.