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Young people from Mayo speak on Climate Change in Seanad Chamber

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A number of young people and members of Foróige in Mayo spoke out on the climate crisis directly to policy-makers recently and engaged in discussion with TDs and Senators on a range of topics relating to environment and climate action - during a sitting of the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Environment and Climate Action chaired by Committee Chairperson, Brian Leddin TD.

Taoiseach to highlight wind energy potential for west in Galway address next week

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The importance of the potential of the wind energy industry to Galway and the west will be underlined next week when Taoiseach Micheal Martin will address a major conference being held in the city to explore the benefits of an industry that could create 3,000 jobs locally over the next decade.

Cannon welcomes funding for leisure ways

Fine Gael Deputy Ciaran Cannon has welcomed an allocation of just under €1m in funding for outdoor recreation projects across Co. Galway. The funding announcement has been made this week by Rural Affairs Minister Heather Humphreys as part of the national Outdoor Recreation Infrastructure Scheme.

Local Fianna Fáil Senator launches bill to help tackle River Shannon flooding

Local Fianna Fáil Senator, Eugene Murphy, is launching a bill to help address flooding issues along the River Shannon, the aim of the new legislation being to remove outdated water level restrictions on ESB regulated lakes along the river.

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Dolan welcomes funding for social enterprises

Galway City Museum receives ‘excellence’ award in post-COVID tourism boost

Galway City Museum has received a special accolade under the prestigious Museum Standards Programme for Ireland (MSPI), coordinated by The Heritage Council.

Blissful summer temperatures abound as Fianna Fáil election review awaits publication

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Farewell to a planter of ideals

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There is a Greek saying that a society becomes great when people plant trees, the shade of which they will never sit under. There have been many such people in Galway, and my hope is that there will be many more. Indeed, our society needs a constant flow of people whose unselfish actions make better the place they live and work.

Planning process must become faster, Kyne tells Seanad

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A faster, more efficient system of decisions for major planning applications can become a reality if the Government honours its commitment to establish a planning and environmental court.

Local Fine Gael Senator warmly welcomes funding allocation for upgrade of Ballinasloe shopfronts

Roscommon-Galway Fine Gael Senator, Aisling Dolan, has welcomed the allocation of funding towards the enhancement of business shopfronts in Ballinasloe, the relevant finance being afforded to the project by the local authority.

 

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