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Hi, my name is Ciaran Kenny I am originally from Kilbarrack the Northside of Dublin. I played football & hurling from a very early age with my club Naomh Barrog GAA Club. I went on to coach the future & next generation in my club where I'm still heavily involved as I was elected onto the executive 2 years ago. Sorry, Galway, it is all about your parish!
Center Parcs Longford Forest has announced that all accommodation at the much-anticipated forest resort is now complete, a key milestone to achieve as the short break destination prepares to open to Irish families this summer. The build of 466 Lodges of varying sizes and types, as well as thirty lakeside apartments, which together will accommodate up to 2,500 people in the unique forest setting, has concluded.
Pat Hardiman, one of the Galway's leading trade unionists, has quit the Labour Party after 36 years of membership, to stand as an Independent candidate in the highly competitive Galway City East ward.
'A shambles' — Councillors express frustration at slow progress of the Sailín to Silverstrand project
The slow progress at providing a coastal walk between the promenades at Salthill and Silverstrand has been branded "a shambles" by one Galway city councillor.
The Galway City Council has deferred a decision to grant a Part 8 application for a proposed development of 58 residential units at Ballybaan More, on the east side of the city, until May.
The announcement by the Government to set up a taskforce is evidence the Galway City Council has failed abysmally to deliver public and affordable housing according to Cllr Colette Connolly.
Chris Patten, the final British Governor of Hong Kong, and who chaired the Independent Commission on Policing for Northern Ireland, will officially open the archive of Maurice Hayes at NUI Galway, at an official event next month.
Fine Gael Cllr Jarlath Munnelly has asked the executive of Mayo County Council whether any progress has been made in relation to a Mayo County Council invitation to the Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU) - to address the council on the progress of the proposed Mayo Renewable Power project at the old Asahi site in Killala.
An Independent councillor has hit out at Irish Water over a bill received by a constituent seeking to connect a small development to the water network.