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Councillors can play key role in re-starting night time culture and economy, says Hoade

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A vibrant night-time culture and economy across Galway, and Ireland, will be vital in driving the recovery after the pandemic.

‘Women councillors need to come together and do so more often’

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“Women councillors need to come together and do so more often – to share our experience and wisdom and to collaborate and support cross-party working to focus on issues that affect women.”

City Hall officials need to work more closely with councillors

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Insider has been a keen observer of activities in City Hall for two decades and, regardless of what the public think, it is always best for Galway when there is a good working relationship between the elected members and senior management.

Museum of Country Life celebrates life and achievements of forgotten Polish hero of the Famine

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The National Museum of Ireland - Country Life, at Turlough Park, will host an exhibition about the fascinating life and achievements of Paul Strzelecki – a Polish humanitarian who helped over 200,000 children during the Great Irish Famine.

Outgoing Town Mayor reflects upon ‘unprecedented’ year as first citizen

As Town Mayor, Cllr. Frankie Keena, prepares to pass on his chain of office at the forthcoming meeting of Athlone Moate Municipal District, he spoke with the Athlone Advertiser this week to reflect upon what he described as an “unprecedented” year in the role.

Deputy Mayor calls on public support for Shannon Feastival

In less than ten days, the river Shannon in the heart of Athlone will come alive with the Athlone Shannon Feastival. It takes place on September 8 and 9 and promises to be a feast for foodies and families alike with an action packed and busy programme of events planned for the whole weekend.

After seven years of presidency, he’s still our Michael D

It comes as little surprise that Michael D Higgins has declared his intention to contest the presidency of Ireland for a second term - some 52 years since the incumbent Eamon de Valera won a second term before leaving leaving office at 90 years of age.

Lessons from ‘an old schoolmaster’

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A sheriff once roamed these here parts

The High Sheriff of Mayo was the British Crown’s representative in the county from the post’s creation in 1583 until the establishment of the Irish Free State in 1922. In a country where ownership of land carried huge prestige, the landed had to protect what they held by securing positions of power. So it was in County Mayo that the dominant families of Browne, Bingham and Gore isolated the role of High Sheriff largely for themselves up until the 19th century at least, from which time family names such as O’Donel, Knox, Blake and others appear in the records as holders of the office.

 

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