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Last Sunday in Oranmore saw the finals of the St Columba’s Credit Union Invitational Tournament for boys and Girls from u7, u8 and u9 age groups, making it the largest tournament of its kind in the west of Ireland.
Deputy Noel Grealish has called on the Government to extend the recently announced 20 per cent reduction in bus fares to include City Direct, which operates services from Knocknacarra in the city.
G realish warns Galway families not to have their holiday plans ruined by simple passport application issues which cause unnecessary delays.
The long-awaited new operating theatres for orthopaedic surgery at Merlin Park could be up and running by the end of this month, but the numbers on orthopaedic waiting lists in Galway continues to grow.
Cllr Donal Lyons says a bus service is urgently needed for residents of the Upper Ballymoneen Road.
Illegal dumping along roads on the outskirts of Galway could be stopped if local authorities were allowed to use CCTV footage to pursue and prosecute culprits.
A community centre for the Newcastle area will become a reality if it is successful in securing money under a new fund being established by the Department of Rural and Community Development.
The long running, highly controversial, and often bizarre saga of the Galway City Ring Road is finally set to both come to an end, and begin to become a reality, following An Bord Pleanála’s decision, on Tuesday, to grant planning permission.
The Galway City Ring Road will see a massive reduction in traffic congestion in the city centre, and travel times cut by more than 40 per cent; or it will see even greater levels of traffic clog our roads and drastically increase Galway’s carbon emissions.
The next General Election in the Republic of Ireland will take place in 2025. However, if the last two years have taught us anything, it is surely that nothing can truly be taken for granted and that “events, dear boy” can, and will, derail all manner of plans and expectations.