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Not having penalty clause is handing contractor blank cheque, City Council meeting told

Not having a penalty clause in contracts is like handing a blank cheque to the contractors, Cllr Alan Cheevers told this week’s meeting of Galway City Council, when he requested a full financial breakdown on money spent on the Martin Junction Construction to date.

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Former University of Galway president named as new Galway Hospice chairman

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The Board of Galway Hospice Foundation has announced the appointment of a new Chairman, Dr Jim Browne. Dr Browne is Chairman of the Board of Children’s Health Ireland and brings with him a wide variety of experience from the health, engineering, education, and voluntary sectors in Ireland and abroad.

Advocates welcome promise of 30 km speed limits outside schools

Community advocates for safer streets are pleased that a majority of Galway city councillors voted to include 30 km per hour speed limits outside city schools as part of the city’s speed limit review at Monday’s council meeting, and that the Executive promised a full review of speed limits of all city and suburban roads by 2024.

Boost for underage football in region as MSL confirm centre of excellence development

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A major boost for underage football in the Midlands region, the executive committee of the Midlands Schoolboy/girls league has confirmed the recent purchase of a 27-acre land holding outside Clara, County Offaly, for the purpose of constructing a new state-of-the-art football centre of excellence.

Ibec research reveals full scale of Ireland’s energy affordability crisis

Ibec, the group that represents Irish business, has called on Government to strengthen business supports after new research shows the full scale of Ireland’s energy affordability crisis.

Tubberclair GAA reflects upon progressive year as the club looks towards positive future

Tubberclair GAA reflected upon a positive year for the club as thoughts now turn towards the new year and the hope for further progressive both on and off the field of play!


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