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Grealish demands planning system ‘overhaul’ as bypass threatens homes with demolition

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The entire Irish planning system needs to be completely overhauled in light of the “crazy debacle” that sees wild flowers given greater importance than families and their homes according to Independent Galway West TD Noel Grealish.

BMW Regional Assembly grant aids Galway’s bus and cycle corridor

An initial grant of €560,000 by the Border, Midland and Western (BMW) Regional Assembly under the European Regional Development Fund grant scheme for the region’s designated gateways and hub towns has been paid to Galway City Council this week. The money will go towards the recently constructed bus and cycle corridor on the west side of the city.

Cameron raises questions over public artwork on Seamus Quirke Road

The absence of any prominent public artwork on the Seamus Quirke Road raises questions over whether the Galway City Council applied for money for such work under the Per Cent for Art Scheme.

Teens invited to test their sporting stamina and raise funds for Galway charities

Youth Work Ireland, Galway and the Galway Rape Crisis Centre have teamed up to hold a sporting event for teenagers aged 13 to 15 in the Kingfisher Club, NUI Galway, later this month. The event aims to raise funds for both organisations, while also raising awareness of their work in Galway city and county.

Anti-household charge public meeting for Westside

A public meeting for the Westside area takes place this evening at 7.30pm to organise a campaign of non-registration and non-payment to the Household Charge.

Public meeting to discuss boycotting upcoming household charges

A public meeting about the household charges which will be introduced in January as part of the Government’s austerity measures, is to take place next week.

Funding secured for Westside Age Inclusion services

A three-year package of funding for Westside Age Inclusion has been announced that will allow the services provided in the area to continue.

Galway City Central is not a foregone conclusion

This week, Insider is going to take a look at the number of first preference votes received in 2004 by candidates in the old West Ward and potentially what the outcome may be in the new Galway City Central ward in June for the sitting councillors, repeat candidates, and new candidates.

Galway City Central: Which Fianna Fáiler will it be?

Galway City Central is the only ward where no change is likely. The real question here - and the main focus of interest - is which Fianna Fáiler will keep the seat for the party? Cllr John Connolly or Ollie Crowe?


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