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Whether the date of the next General Election is November 20, as has been mooted recently, or comes during spring 2016, two predictions are already confidently being made - indeed they have become an article of faith for some, an incontrovertible truth for others - regarding the fate of two high profile candidates in Galway West.
An Irish dance video is to be filmed in Galway this November to highlight the fact that if people pull together they can help those suffering from depression or anxiety. The video which is entitled Alone is the brainchild of Knocknacarra native Kieran Hardiman, who has been involved with Irish dancing all his life, both competitively and professionally.
The Taoiseach Enda Kenny has welcomed the announcement that the €200 million N5 road project from Turlough to Westport is included in the Capital Plan that the Government has announced today.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny has said that €181,000 being provided for community centres in Mayo will be put to extremely good use. This is part of a €3.2 million funding announcement by the Department of Social Protection to support the operation of community centres and facilities for 91 not-for-profit companies nationally.
A week-long festival commemorating the life of Eamon Ceannt, the only Galway-born leader of the Easter Rising, will be among a series of events taking place in Galway next year to mark the centenary of 1916.
Fianna Fáil councillor Aengus O’Rourke has said that his party’s decision to run just one candidate in Westmeath and one in Longford for the upcoming General Election is a strategy that lacks ambition.
Niall Ó Tuathail’s declaration to run as the Social Democrat candidate for Galway-West in Election 2016 comes as little surprise, despite the fact that he originally announced his candidacy, earlier this year, as an Independent.
Niall Ó Tuathail's declaration to run as the Social Democrat candidate for Galway-West in Election 2016 comes as little surprise, despite the fact that he originally announced his candidacy, earlier this year, as an Independent.
Uachtarán na hÉireann Michael D Higgins and French Ambassador Jean-Pierre Thébault will be the guests of honour next week when the city opens three days of celebration to mark the fortieth anniversary of its twinning arrangement with Lorient in Brittany.