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A city family whose eldest son died four years ago in an accident while holidaying in the United States say they are delighted that the Government plans to set up a register of Irish people who die overseas.
The recent enlistment of Johnny Walsh, who served as an Independent councillor on Ballinasloe Town Council for the past 13 years, into The Labour Party, might seem like a ‘small fry’ incident in local parish politics, but it is in fact, far from that.
A Co Galway man who has been a campaigner for people with disabilities for more than 10 years and who will run as an independent candidate in the general election will launch his Dail campaign tonight (Thursday) at Munroe’s in Dominick Street at 8pm.
A general election candidate and a founding member of Hope4Disability, a local disability action group, has slammed what he terms the “obscene” amount of more than €7 million spent by the HSE West on legal fees for barristers and solicitors last year.
A long time campaigner for better rights for people with disabilities is to run as an independent candidate in the Galway West constituency in the General Election.
Public confidence in the cleanliness and safety of the Galway drinking water supply has “gone totally” as the city faces into its second major water crisis in less than 18 months.
The Galway City Outer Bypass is dead but other transport solutions to traffic congestion in and around the city are not so it’s time to look to these other solutions and go back to the drawing board regarding the bypass.
Tributes poured in this week for the late city businessman George Herterich who died suddenly on Tuesday.
New direct radial bus routes are coming on stream for Knocknacarra, it was announced this week.
The late prominent city businessman Raymond Rooney was remembered this week as a man of energy and enthusiasm who possessed a “remarkable” can-do attitude.