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City councillors vote down proposal to reduce Property Tax

The local property tax is set to rise in 2019 to reflect the increases in house prices in Galway over the past four years - meaning Galwegians are likely to be hit with substantially higher rates in the coming years, Sinn Féin has warned.

City councillors vote down proposal to reduce Property Tax

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The local property tax is set to rise in 2019 to reflect the increases in house prices in Galway over the past four years - meaning Galwegians are likely to be hit with substantially higher rates in the coming years, Sinn Féin has warned.

Galway homeowners to pay more property tax than people in Dublin

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From 2017 County Galway homeowners will pay more property tax than people living in more expensive houses in Dublin following the Galway City Council's recent, controversial, decision to hike property tax rates for the county by 10 per cent.

Waste not, want not — SMILE launches free support for Galway businesses

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October marks National Reuse Month, a waste prevention initiative to raise awareness about the economic and environmental benefits of reusing everyday items and materials that would otherwise go to waste.

Public meeting on ‘The Rise of People Power’

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The public anger over water charges, leading to the largest street demonstrations seen in the State in decades, and the Government climb-down on the controversial measure, has raised the issue of the future of ‘people power’.

Mayo candidates in hunt for Seanad seats

A number of Mayo candidates are seeking election to the 25th sitting of Seanad Éireann next month, with both the Universities and the vocational panels nomination proceedings closing recently.

Castlebar man to contest Seanad election

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Castlebar native Cllr. William Lavelle, a member of South Dublin County Council representing Lucan, is to contest the Seanad elections on the Industrial and Commercial Panel.  William, who is a Fine Gael councillor, was first elected to South Dublin County Council in 2009 and was re-elected on the first count in the 2014 local elections. William is the Leader of Fine Gael Group on South Dublin County Council.

'I’m always fascinated by how people group and connect'

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The TULCA Festival of the Visual Arts is currently in full swing across the city and among the participating artists is Dubliner Rhona Byrne, whose It’s All Up in the Air can be seen floating in the foyer of University Hospital Galway.

 

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