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Galway must do ‘everything it can’ to make Ukrainian refugees welcome

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Galway must do “everything it can” to make refugees from Ukraine welcome in Ireland, while the State needs to ensure they are properly supported with access to vital measures such as good-quality accommodation.

Local Sinn Fein Deputy calls on government parties to scrap planned carbon tax hikes

Local Sinn Féin Deputy Sorca Clarke has urged cross-party support for a Sinn Féin motion that calls on government to scrap the planned carbon tax hike.

Forget the populists, the Government is doing fine

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A few short weeks ago, we were convulsed by the popping of some champagne corks in Iveagh House. This followed prolonged agonising over whether the partition in The Station House Hotel, in idyllic Clifden, was opened or closed.

Local Councillors afford full support for Ukraine cause at Municipal District meeting

Local Councillors afforded their full support towards the Ukraine cause during the most recent sitting of the Athlone-Moate Municipal District.

Time to rebuild relationships between councillors and city council officials

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Relationships matter. They impact on all our lives - daily. Some we do not notice, maybe take for granted. Others we work at, consciously. Whether we realise it or not, the former matter, the latter not as much.

GAAW condemns Assange extradition to US

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The decision by the British High Court to allow for journalist and publisher Julian Assange to be extradited to the USA is “perverse” and a “miscarriage of justice”.

Boidu Sayeh to feature on new TG4 series ‘Hector - Eire Nua’

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Rosemount and Westmeath senior footballer, Boidu Sayeh, features on the second episode of ‘Hector - Éire Nua’, a new television series highlighting all the great people from overseas who now call Ireland their home.

Constituency Sinn Fein Deputy criticises Government for spiralling college costs

Local Sinn Féin Deputy and Spokesperson on Defence, Sorca Clarke, has accused the government of failing third level students as college costs continue to spiral out of control and many are struggling to find accommodation.

Unity conversation is gaining momentum. So what’s next, asks Sinn Fein MEP

Sinn Féin’s ultimate aim is to build an Ireland of Equals. This will only be achieved by getting rid of partition, reuniting our country and achieving full national independence.


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