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THE GALWAY Pride Festival begins today, ushering in a weekend of music, dance, fancy dress, family fun, talks, youth events, and the annual parade, and in addition to the announced programme more events have been added.
There is lots to look forward to during this year’s Galway Pride Festival which takes place next weekend. The entertainment begins on Thursday August 13 with Pride Youth Day, which is an alcohol free event in Fr Burke Park and features plenty of amenities for under 18s. The official launch of the festival takes place on Thursday evening in Monroe’s Live at 8pm with all the community invited. Well known local band The Cozy Cartel will provide entertainment on the night with finger food and wine to be served.
THERE IS lots to look forward to during this year's Galway Pride Festival which takes place next weekend. The entertainment begins on Thursday August 13 with Pride Youth Day, which is an alcohol free event in Fr Burke Park and features plenty of amenities for under 18s.
A number of legal challenges to the granting of planning permission for the construction of a number of sections of the Corrib Gas pipeline were settled by the High Court yesterday.
Dear Minister Pat Rabbitte,
Up to 20 opposition TDs attended a Dublin Shell to Sea photo-call and press conference on Tuesday at the Kildare Street gates of Leinster House.
Shell to Sea has criticised a decision by Minister for Energy Pat Carey to sign consents for the last section of the Corrib gas pipeline on the day of the General Election. Permission has been granted for the construction of a gas pipeline from the Corrib gas field subsea facilities to the Corrib gas terminal at Bellanaboy and for an approval of an addendum to the Plan of Development for the Corrib gas field development.
The Galway Cycling Campaign has given a “no confidence” vote in the Galway City Council’s ability to use the recently allocated NRA funding of €4.325 million to effectively improve safety and infrastructure for cyclists on the city’s roadways.
It has been a watershed for the Government this week, we are leaking politicians like one of the burst pipes spurting water during the big thaw.
Three Galway groups are among the recipients of funding announced under the Seniors Alert Scheme.