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Employees in Galway want the right to flexible work and a right to flexible work is “key to the revitalisation” of the city, the county, and the west of Ireland as a whole.
The “huge and incessant bombardment” of gambling advertisements during the recent Cheltenham races has “reiterated the need” for a full ban on such ads.
Derelict houses should be CPOed to battle homelessness, says Flaherty-Klapp
Pride rainbow markings will be installed by the Galway City Council on the pedestrian crossing on Bridge Street.
Low paid workers who were on the frontlines during the worst of the Covid crisis, but who were not healthcare workers, should be entitled to the pandemic bonus payment.
The more than 400,000 people living in the private rental sector in the State will “remain voiceless”, as no renters’ rights activists have been included on the new Housing Commission.
“Spiraling” waiting lists for disability services in the west of Ireland have resulted in more than 13,000 children waiting up to a year before they can see a specialist.
A process must be put in place to allow people to report a positive antigen test through their GP, or the Covid Tracker app, a former mayor of the city has said.
Planning permission for a development involving social housing and a cultural space along Merchant’s Road is expected to be sought by the Galway City Council within the coming months.
By 2023, and in time for the official start of the summer swimming season, the Blackrock diving tower should be completely renovated and refurbished.