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Public consultation opens on Galway to Oughterard Greenway

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Public consultation on the proposed Galway to Oughterard Greenway has opened and will run until Tuesday March 22.

Kyne condemns TII decision to pull funding from N59 upgrade

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Transport Infrastructure Ireland’s decision to suspend the Clifden to Maam Cross N59 upgrade is “short-sighted”, “unacceptable”, and must be immediately reversed.

Major investment in Galway’s mountain and forest walks

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Funding of more than €900,000 was approved by the Government this week to develop walking/cycling trails at Letterfrack National Park, and in Portumna, Woodford, and Loughrea.

Sinn Féin can win two seats in Galway at next election

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The next General Election in the Republic of Ireland will take place in 2025. However, if the last two years have taught us anything, it is surely that nothing can truly be taken for granted and that “events, dear boy” can, and will, derail all manner of plans and expectations.

‘Disbelief’ that Galway will get no additional hospital beds this winter

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No additional beds will be provided for University Hospital Galway in the Winter Plan agreed at Cabinet, despite 205 additional beds being provided nationwide.

Controversial fisheries bye law to be withdrawn

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A controversial fisheries bye law, which has been found not to meet the conditions necessary to protect the western lakes, including Lough Corrib, is to be withdrawn.

Galway to get more than €1.3 million under Live Performance Support Scheme

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The Galway Comedy Festival, the Róisín Dubh, and Monroe’s Live are among the businesses which are set to benefit from more than €1.3 million in funding for Galway under the Live Performance Support Scheme.

Planning process must become faster, Kyne tells Seanad

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A faster, more efficient system of decisions for major planning applications can become a reality if the Government honours its commitment to establish a planning and environmental court.

Inis Oírr pier project could go to tender in coming months

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The business case for the redevelopment of Inis Oírr pier is at "an advanced stage" and is likely to be signed off by Minister Heather Humphreys in the coming weeks.

Patients aged 70 and over to be vaccinated in hospitals

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Patients aged 70 and over will now be vaccinated in the hospital setting following a policy change by the Government.

 

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