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Councillors want to see LIS funding back to previous levels
By Colm Gannon
No chance for Western Rail Corridor cycle path
A Charlestown county councillor has hit back at claims he is ‘anti-jobs’ because he will not support a greenway cycle route along a section of the currently disused Western Rail Corridor.
Dail to hear Galway pleas for assistance next week after coastline gets battered
The storm may have passed but the work has only just begun for both Galway city and county councils which now face the daunting task of assessing the full extent of the damage. A report is due to be sent by both local authorities to central Government next week seeking emergency funding which is vital if the necessary repairs are to be carried out.
Maeve O'Brien selected as Sinn Féin candidate for Tuam LEA
Turloughmore native Maeve O`Brien has been selected by Sinn Féin as their candidate to represent the Tuam LEA. The nomination was recently approved by Sinn Féin's Elections Dept. with the blessing of the membership in the Tuam area.
SF chooses candidates for two city wards
Sinn Féin will run candidates in all three city wards in the 2014 Local Elections, with Mairéad Farrell and Cathal Ó Conchúir, already selected to stand.
Public urged to support protest over loss of acute beds at St Brigid’s Hospital
The public are being urged to support a public protest in Ballinasloe on Sunday over the HSE’s plans to close 22 psychiatric beds at St Brigid’s Hospital.
Targets of thugs are afraid of reprisals if they report attacks to gardai
Youths enjoying the sunny weather in Salthill are being targeted by a gang of thugs, with one boy requiring medical attention after he was beaten up and his front teeth broken, members of the Galway City Joint Policing Committee (JPC) were told this week.
Athenry’s Gabe Cronnelly to seek Sinn Féin candidacy
Athenry resident Gabe Cronnelly has announced that he will be seeking to run in the 2014 Local Elections as a Sinn Féin candidate.
Minister urged to exempt flooded houses from property tax
A motion calling on Environment Minister Phil Hogan to exempt householders affected by the big flood of 2009 from having to pay property tax on houses which were damaged and, in many cases, have been rendered valueless was passed at this month’s meeting of the Galway County Council.