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Late night bullying creates need for community alert schemes says Crowe

Residents associations need to revive Neighbourhood Watch schemes in order to counteract anti-social behaviour and foster a stronger sense of community.

Councillor says increased anti-litter attitude is needed in Galway

Fianna Fail’s City Councillor Ollie Crowe has called on traders, city officials and pedestrians to adopt a more anti-littering attitude stressing that by doing so we are ensuring the future prosperity of the city.

People don’t want your Fianna Fáil sympathy’ Cameron tells Keane

Fianna Fáil councillor Peter Keane earned a stinging rebuke from Labour’s Billy Cameron for voting against a motion against cutbacks to disability services.

FÁS worker appointed to maintain Corrib Park area

Corrib Park is to be allocated a full-time FÁS worker as a dedicated maintenance worker for the area. The position begins at the end of August and will continue for a period of 12 months.

Fighting for the city

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The new Mayor Michael J Crowe is adamant that he can be a link between the city and the Government, advocating on the city’s behalf for funding and support, and ensuring that any sense of vibrancy does not desert Galway’s economic, cultural, and social life.

Labour deny offering FF a deal to form new council pact

Labour councillor Derek Nolan has rubbished claims that certain party colleagues have made offers to Fianna Fáil and councillor Hildegarde Naughton of forming a new pact in City Hall.

Crowe calls on Government to address job losses in Galway

The loss of 85 jobs in Boston Scientific is “a blow to the city”, the Government “must do all it can” to give Galway a “pick up and to stimulate job creation in the city”.

It’s the quiet ones you have to watch

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Michael J Crowe is set be elected the Mayor of Galway city on Monday June 21, but the Bohermore man should watch out as his fellow Fianna Fáil councillor Peter Keane could also have his eye on the position.

City must get behind Connacht for sake of the team and local economy

The city should be decked in Connacht flags and the Connacht Rugby colours of green and white, with the public, city businesses, and the Galway City Council doing all they can to support the team in the run up to their European cup match against Toulon.

City council is more mature, less dysfunctional than before

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Green Senator Niall Ó Brolcháin recently described the Galway City Council as being a dysfunctional institution and in the aftermath received a tongue lashing from certain councillors for what was seen as an unwarranted attack.

 

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