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Connacht Rugby has agreed a new two-year partnership deal with Irish Citylink which will become its official coach partner.
City councillors have voted unanimously to remove the controversial proposal for a bus corridor through Merlin Woods from the Galway City Development Plan.
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The marked gender imbalance on Mayo County Council looks unlikely to be addressed in a significant way in the upcoming Local Elections on May 23.
Everyone is asking will Reform Alliance be a new political party. That may happen in time but that decision has not yet been made.
Former Fianna Fáil National Executive member Michael O’Brien has this week resigned as a member of the party, deciding instead to run as an Independent candidate in this year’s Local Elections.
Psychiatric services in Westmeath are to benefit from the addition of eight senior staff this year, it was revealed this week.
Castlebar based Fianna Fáil vice-president and local area representative, Lisa Chambers, met with Fianna Fáil MEPs Pat ‘the Cope’ Gallagher, Liam Aylward and Brian Crowley in Brussels on a recent trip. Lisa, who is chair of the European Affairs Committee of the Fianna Fáil National Executive, and three committee members were invited to Brussels to visit the Commission and the Parliament, and also to meet with the Fianna Fáil MEPs.
n an effort to trim the growing temporary roadside signs sprouting on the approach roads to its towns, Westmeath County Council is to charge a €20 fee to permit this in future.
The process to nominate candidates for Fine Gael in Athlone for next year’s council elections descended into farce last week when it took nearly three and a half hours to deselect one candidate from five, despite his having reached the quota anyway.