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Cheevers calls for new access to rear of Roscam estates

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Fianna Fáil Councillor Alan Cheevers has called on Galway City Council to apply for funding to the Department of Transport for a new access at the back of Roscam estates.

Special event highlights the low numbers of women in Westmeath County Council

On Monday of last week the 20 elected seats of Westmeath County Council were filled for a meeting, but not all by elected representatives.

Ring and Calleary agree to pursue Knock IDA visit

Mayo TD Michael Ring has called for action on the strategic development zone at Knock Airport in order to create an industrial hub there - and has been supported in his call by Minister of State in the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Dara Calleary.

Local Fine Gael Minister of State visits number of Athlone business owners

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Local Fine Gael Minister of State, Deputy Peter Burke, was in Athlone on Friday last visiting local business owners and hearing first hand the feedback on local and national issues which are affecting traders at present.

Superb three bed in Sceilg Ard

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John Quinn is currently offering for sale No 40 Sceilg Ard on the Headford Road. The property, which is in a walk-in condition, is situated close to all amenities including schools, church, and shops. It is just a short walk from shopping centres and convenient to University of Galway.

Galway staff shortages hitting people’s health, Grealish tells Dáil

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A growing shortage of staff is making it increasingly difficult for people in Galway to get the health care they need, Independent TD Noel Grealish told the Dáil this week.

Westmeath County Council issues warning about bogus text message

Westmeath County Council have posted a message on their social media earlier today issuing a warning to tenants about a bogus text message currently circulating.

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Mary Coughlan organises Big Gig in aide of Syria and Turkey earthquake victims

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Mary Coughlan was listening to the radio when she heard Anne O'Rourke, founder of TIAFI, an organisation dedicated to helping vulnerable women and children across Turkey and Syria. "I heard Anne on the news a week after the earthquake. She is from Waterford, and she has been living and working in a refugee camp on the Turkish Syrian border for years. Following the earthquake, she had an influx of about 26,000 people looking for help, some of whom had lost every member of their family.

End of an era as Naughten decides to step away from national politics

Local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten, has confirmed that he will not contest the next General Election, due to take place in 2025.


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