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Investment for M17/M18 secured by Government letter

“A milestone in the progression of this important route for County Galway,” is how a Galway TD has described the latest developments on M17 Gort – Tuam bypass.

Rural Galway must not be denied broadband says Connaughton

Commitments made under the National Broadband Plan to provide rural Ireland with basic fibre speed broadband must be upheld, according to Dep Paul Connaughton.

Connaughton welcomes re-opening of Gulf markets to Irish meat products

Long-standing bans on Irish beef and sheep meat in six Gulf states are to be lifted by the Food Safety Committee of the Gulf Cooperation Council.

Anti-abortion TDs accused of ‘disregarding the lives of women’

Five of County Galway’s nine TDs have shown a “disregard for the lives of women in their constituency”, by voting against the Protection of Life During Pregnancy Bill.

Connaughton welcomes additional resource teaching posts in schools

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Five hundred additional posts are to be created in schools to cope with a substantial increase in demand for resource teaching hours.

Save Mountbellew Agricultural Show

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The Save Mountbellew Agricultural Show campaign has been launched to try to ensure a future for one of the oldest and most popular agricultural shows in County Galway.

New classrooms for Holy Rosary College

Four new classrooms are to be provided at Holy Rosary College in Mountbellew while St Raphael’s College in Loughrea is set to get new facilities.

Poll makes frightening reading for Labour

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Whenever a politician appears on television, banging a table and declaring, “The people will decide!” it is a clear indication s/he has no idea how a vote will go, but wants to make it seem as if s/he will be on the winning side.

Poll shows Labour will lose both seats in Galway

Labour looks set to lose its seats in Galway East and Galway West according to an independent poll carried out for the Galway Advertiser which shows the party on a dismal six per cent support rate.

Poll shows Labour will lose both seats in Galway

Labour looks set to lose its seats in Galway East and Galway West according to an independent poll carried out for the Galway Advertiser which shows the party on a dismal six per cent support rate.

 

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