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Newcastle residents to meet Housing Minister for community centre funds

A city residents group, which is spearheading a plan to build a community centre in their area but are awaiting Government funding, will meet with the Minister for Housing later this month in a bid to speed up the process.

Politicians urged to press for speedy funding allocation for Newcastle Community Centre

Newcastle/Dangan residents are calling on local politicians to take action to speed up the allocation of funding for a community centre for the area. It has a population of more than 6,000 people and is equivalent in size to Ballinasloe or Westport.

Decision expected shortly on Newcastle community centre

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A decision is expected shortly on whether the go-ahead will be given to build a community centre in Newcastle.

Decision expected shortly on Newcastle community centre

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A decision is expected shortly on whether the go-ahead will be given to build a community centre in Newcastle.

Will building more student accommodation provide more city centre family housing?

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For many decades, Galway city has been recognised as a place that is welcoming of its visiting tourists and to all those who come to secure work or to study. Over the past three decades, the NUIG student population has doubled from 9,000 in the early 1980s to more than 18,000 today.

Councillors slam student housing development report for Westwood Hotel

Galway city councillors have slammed the application for the proposed student housing development at the Westwood Hotel site in Dangan.

'Slimming World changed my life'

Katharine Murphy Goodwin, a mum of two, joined Niamh’s Slimming World group in the Westwood Hotel, Galway, in November 2014 and reached her target weight in time for a family wedding nine months later.

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Three stone lighter and ten times happier

Emily Quinn (32) joined Slimming World in April. She has since lost a whopping 3 stone 2lb and is about to become one of Galway’s newest consultants. Emily’s weight became an issue after she gave birth to her son eight years ago and she has battled with it ever since. "I was overwhelmed with becoming a new mom and that led to postnatal depression. I started over-eating and my weight spiralled. At that time my weight was not a priority.

Student Unions say not all sides of accommodation story are being heard in Newcastle

Unions representing third level students in Galway have criticised local councillors for not hearing “all sides of the story” regarding the development of high end student accommodation in the city.

 

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