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Roscommon Sinn Féin will hold a commemorative event this Sunday, September 26, from 1pm at the cemetery in Portrunny, Knockcroghery to mark 100 years since the death of IRA Volunteer Luke Killian.
Conradh na Gaeilge is calling on the Taoiseach and the Minister for Housing to withdraw an appeal made by the Department of Housing to a High Court ruling which said earlier this year that citizens seeking certain planning documents in Irish should be able to do so.
Galway-French trade and business ties were strengthened this month after the new French Ambassador’s meetings with Portershed and Galway Chamber.
"The conversation around Irish Unity is well underway, it's time for the Government to start preparing and taking an active role in this conversation. Preparation for a Unity Referendum must begin now. The discussion on unity is to the forefront of political discourse. We are living in the most exciting decade of Irish political change. This generation has the chance to build an inclusive republic on our island. A new constitutional settlement with self determination at its core is both achievable and necessary” - Sinn Féin Galway West TD Mairéad Farrell
Local Sinn Féin spokesperson on Defence, Deputy Sorca Clarke, has backed calls for an independent inquiry into allegations of abuse in the Defence Forces.
To mark India’s 75th Independence Day anniversary in recent times, the Indian flag was recently hoisted at the Athlone Civic Centre.
Attempts to privatise Galway Local Employment Services need “to be fought in every town and county”, otherwise they will “lose their true value” in supporting “vulnerable people back into the workplace”.
Ireland may geographically be closer to Britain, but politically, with Brexit, and the UK becoming a ‘third country outside the EU, France is now the Republic’s closest neighbour - a relationship the French are keen to develop and deepen.
40,000 homes to be delivered annually as outlined at Fine Gael Ard Fheis