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A Garda from Shrule, and a breast cancer survivor, Fiona Morgan-Coleman, has helped launch this year's 100k in 30 Days event, in aid of Breast Cancer Ireland
Fine Gael TD for Mayo, Alan Dillon, has welcomed confirmation that the Department of Rural and Community Development has given approval for the appointment of a design team to progress Ballyhaunis Community Vision to the design phase.
Women councillors on both the Galway city and county councils have joined forces to establish the Galway Women's Caucus - a cross-party and cross-council group.
A “once in a lifetime opportunity for Ireland” or a “disaster” which “goes against science”? Sharp differences have emerged among Galway politicians following the publication of the Government’s Climate Action Bill.
Fine Gael Cllr Ger Deere put forward a notice of motion to the February meeting of the Castlebar Muncipal District which read:"That this Council identify a suitable site in the Castlebar Urban area for the provision of a skate park and examine possible streams of funding to develop same.” His motion was supported by the other elected members, with Cllr Michael Kilcoyne suggesting that a skate park should be included as part of the masterplan being prepared for the Lough Lannagh area of the town.
There is no doubt that we live in extraordinary and unpredictable times. Covid-19 has proven just how quickly life as we know it can change. Few would have predicted our current situation only a short time ago, just as few would have predicted that the issue of Irish Unity would be pushed to the forefront of political debate and become an increasingly likely eventuality in the near future. Unity, once thought of as a remote and distant prospect, is no longer a question of if, but when.
Corrib Oil has been in business for more than 30 years. The company was founded in Claremorris, Co Mayo, in 1987 and through its network of home heating oil depots, delivery services, and service stations now supports almost 700 local jobs right across Ireland.
Once the former Corrib Great Southern Hotel is demolished, any future use and development of the site must involve the local community and be of benefit to the people on the east side of the city.
The former Corrib Great Southern Hotel on the Dublin Road, long considered one of the city’s worst eyesores, will be demolished in December.
A Galway city councillor has raised concerns on whether Galway city will receive a fair amount of Garda resources that are being allocated in this year’s budget.