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Oughterard is perhaps the first village in Ireland that did not wake up to discover that a Direct Provision centre had been opened in their locality, one local resident said last night, after a week of protests in the area.
Commissions representing cross-sectoral interests need to be established in all towns where new refugee accommodation is envisaged, so as to ensure local concerns are addressed and asylum seekers can be accommodated.
Galway's new second level school, and the first Educate Together secondary school in the county, was last Friday officially opened in its temporary accommodation at Grianach House beside Galway Crystal, Merlin Park.
For the first time since 1961, Fianna Fáil looks set to run only two candidates in Galway West at the next General Election, expected to take place in spring of 2020.
The lack of a clear reason as to why the Knocknacarra Alzheimer’s Service was shut down, and no answers forthcoming as to whether it will be reinstated, have been described as "frustrating" by politicians.
It is “unacceptable” that almost 7,000 people are currently waiting for inpatient or outpatient treatment in Galway, and that the numbers waiting for orthopaedic surgery has shot up by one third - despite dropping in the rest of the State.
Childless couples and individuals with no sons or daughters should be able to leave their home to a niece or nephew “without being taxed to the hilt”, according to Independent Galway West TD, Noel Grealish.
When it comes to Galway City West, there are only three names political pundits and political anoraks - is there any difference, really, between the two? - want to talk about: Cllr Peter Keane, John Connolly, and Pauline O'Reilly.
The Industrial Development Authority (IDA) has told Galway city west councillor Donal Lyons that it is fully committed to bringing new industry to the Knocknacarra and Rahoon areas of the city.
Independent Galway West TD, Noel Grealish, in the March 28 edition of the Galway Advertiser, said the problems with the new proposed Ring Road/Inner Bypass lay less with the Galway City Council or An Bord Pleanála, but are mostly a consequence of the State’s planning laws.