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A woman you don’t meet every day

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There are people who do great things for their city by virtue of the position they hold; that an extra element of their public role enables them to do with ease the good things that make a difference to those who need a bit of a lift in life. These people are worthy and deserving of our acclamation for the good they do.

Election posters are unsightly mess but necessary, says Green candidate

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In a candid statement, Cllr. Niall Murphy acknowledges the unsightly mess that election posters create and the environmental havoc they wreak. For local elections in June, poster will start appearing next week.

Greens target council seats in Galway City East

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The Green Party plans to win a seat in every county, including Galway City East in the June local elections for the first time ever. The target was announced as more than 500 party members gathered in the RDS for a convention which urged voters to Keep Going Green.

‘Tenacious and dedicated’ Green Party candidate thankful for support at campaign launch

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Joyce Mathias, Green Party candidate for the Galway City East in the upcoming council elections said she was moved to tears at the sight of her Mervue Church choir colleagues, the great turnout of the community, her friends, and all who attended her candidacy launch and fundraiser last week.

Galway Greens to hold fun eco-friendly event

Galway Greens are to hold a fun and eco-friendly event – the Galway Greens Clothes Swap, taking place this Saturday, February 17, at their Woodquay offices, with doors opening at 3pm.

Local Link rural service increases passenger numbers by 759 per cent, says O’Reilly

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The annual patronage on Local Link services has seen a remarkable 759 per cent increase in passenger numbers from 2018 to 2023. Local Link rural bus services, connecting towns and townlands in rural Ireland carried 3.2 million passengers in 2023, a 14% increase on the 2.8 million passenger journeys in 2022.

Blockading of accommodation intended for asylum seekers should not be tolerated

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The blockading of accommodation intended for asylum seekers or Ukrainians should not be tolerated by An Garda Síochána who must intervene to ensure access, Green Party Senator Pauline O’Reilly has said.

Galway schools to benefit from solar panels scheme

Schools across Galway will be fully funded to install up to 16 solar panels on their roof under a new Government scheme.

Galway lighting the way on climate — Sen O’Reilly

Galway has become the first city in Ireland to complete the rollout of LED lighting, leading to an annual saving of approximately €600,000, Senator Pauline O’Reilly said this week.

O'Reilly welcomes proposed law changes around character references in sexual assault cases

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Galway-based Green Party Senator Pauline O’Reilly has welcomed the publication of The Criminal Law (Sexual Offences and Human Trafficking) Bill 2023, in particular the changes in relation to the use of character references in sexual assault cases.

 

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