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Like everyone else, Insider needs occasional harmless distraction on social media, so a recent challenge to 'write the first sentence of your 2020 memoir' was tempting - until I realised most of us had the same depressing pun: It was the worst of times, it was the worst of times.
Banks must "not be allowed to profit" off the global Covid-19 pandemic by hiking standard monthly mortgage repayments, and the new Government must show that "this sort of underhanded nonsense will not be tolerated".
Galway senator Ollie Crowe may find himself working with the Fine Gael leader and former Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, in the Bohermore man's new role as Fianna Fáil Seanad spokesperson on Enterprise, Trade and Employment.
It has been more than 12 months since the local elections and Insider is assessing how the members of the current Galway City Council have performed and how the council has done.
A masterplan needs to be created for small and medium enterprises to help them"rebound" from the Covid 19 crisis, and to protect the economic future of the State.
Insider is concerned that some seem to take too much pleasure when viewing our Government, and public behaviour, in relation to the COVID-19 outbreak, and comparing it to the UK.
The cocaine problem in Galway was described as a ‘blizzard’ at this week’s Joint Policing Committee — Speaking after the meeting General Election Candidate, Cllr. Ollie Crowe said the next government need to tackle the problem of drugs and crime in our community and slammed the outgoing government for their lax approach to law and order.
A boon and a boost for the Social Democrats and The Greens; a warning to Noel Grealish; and a reassurance to Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil - the TG4 poll on Galway West seems to predict a constituency ready for change.
We are down to almost the last week of this General Election campaign and for arguably the first time in many campaigns, it genuinely is all to play for in the five seat constituency of Galway West.
The results of a TG4/Ipsos MRBI constituency poll carried out for ‘Vóta 2020’ programme shows a real dog-fight is in prospect in Galway West, with all five sitting TDs and as many as five other candidates all in contention to be elected. The quota in Galway West is 17%, and although no one candidate has enough first preference votes to reach the quota according to the poll, the competition will be fierce for the five seats.