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Budget for disability services must be ringfenced says Grealish

Budget cuts must start with the higher paid, not the most vulnerable, so the Government must ringfence funding for disability and community services.

Galway charity cope wants to hear your views

COPE Galway is currently preparing the strategic plan for the period 2013 – 2015.

Galway charity cope wants to hear your views

COPE Galway is currently preparing the strategic plan for the period 2013 – 2015.

Brothers of Charity services to host themed ball

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The Midnight Masquerade themed ball will be held on Thursday November 1 as part of the fundraising efforts at the Brothers of Charity services in Galway. The Galway Bay Hotel has been selected to host the event and the concept of the evening is that attendants arrive bedecked in a mysterious or bewitching masque.

A must-see open viewing in Lackag

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Of the many satellite villages surrounding Galway city, one of the more attractive and appealing is the village of Lackagh, located a couple of miles off the busy N17 Tuam road in a quiet and still mainly rural area. Well served with a busy village centre, an excellent supermarket and general goods store, church, school, and community services, this tiny hamlet has blossomed in a well planned and orderly fashion. The village’s main housing development is Woodlands, an attractive development of detached and semidetached homes with a number of landscaped green areas and a tennis court exclusively for use by the residents.

Appointment of audiological scientist comes at ‘exciting’ time, says HSE

The appointment of a senior audiological scientist to the HSE’s Galway community services comes at an “exciting” time, the health authority said this week.

A rural idyll with urban advantages in Lackagh

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Of the many satellite villages surrounding Galway city, one of the more attractive and appealing is Lackagh, located a couple of miles off the busy N17 Tuam road in a quiet and still mainly rural environment. Very well served with nucleus of village life, an excellent supermarket and general goods store, church, school, and community services, this tiny hamlet has blossomed in a well planned and orderly fashion. The village’s main housing development is Woodlands, an attractive development of detached and semidetached homes with a number of landscaped green areas and a tennis court for the exclusive use of residents.

Castlebar protesters rally against bondholder payments

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Pouring rain and wintry weather conditions did not prevent a hardy group of protesters from gathering at Market Square, Castlebar, on Wednesday last to rally against the handover of €1.25 billion of taxpayers’ money to fund unsecured Anglo bondholders.

New neonatal hearing service welcomed

The roll out of a new neonatal hearing service for babies and young people in the southeast has been welcomed by the Labour Party this week.

Don’t hit the least well off the hardest in tough Budget

Galway Fine Gael TDs have come out against proposed cuts to the Brothers of Charity services and insisted that next month’s Budget must not hit the most vulnerable or least well of in society the hardest.

 

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