Search Results for 'Niall McNelis'

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Two years on, how are our city councillors performing?

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The current membership of the Galway City Council started their term almost two years ago in a welter of controversy surrounding the forming of a political alliance to hold the balance of power (and positions) for the following five years.

Waiting lists at UHG rose by more than 11,000 over past year

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The numbers of people waiting for both outpatient and inpatient treatments at UHG increased by 11,936 - from 52,936 in January 2020 to 64,872 in February of this year.

Council to seek new expressions of interest in Salthill tourist office site after rejecting original proposals

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The Galway City Council will issue a second call for expressions of interest in the Salthill Tourist office site, after the original proposals were rejected.

Last chance to make views known on Galway City Development Plan

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Friday March 5 is the deadline for submissions to the Galway City Development Plan consultation process, and a former Mayor is encouraging people to make their views known.

Ulster Bank announcement a ‘hammer blow for Galway’ says McNelis

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Ulster Bank’s decision to withdraw from the market in the Republic of Ireland is “a hammer blow for staff and customers in Galway city”, according to a former Mayor.

McNelis demands exam fees be waived for 2021

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At the time of national crisis, the Government must waive this year’s Leaving Cert fees, and remove both an administrative burden on schools and an unnecessary financial pressure on families.

McNelis to chair online meeting on rights of those working from home

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The Covid-19 pandemic and the increased numbers now working from home have highlighted the “many shortcomings” in workers rights in Ireland.

McNelis backs calls for new fund to counter impact of lost time at school

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A €100 million ‘Catch-Up for Children’ fund to counter the “severe impact” of lost time at school, sports, and extra-curricular activities during the pandemic, must be introduced by the Government.

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More than 2,000 Galwegians waiting for driver theory test

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A total of 2,091 Galwegians are awaiting an appointment for a driver theory test, leading to a former mayor of the city to call for the introduction of fast-track remote testing.


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