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The popular Gateway Leisure complex in Belmullet has announced that it will be closing the doors on the business this coming Sunday, October 10.
Thousands of Galwegians are still waiting for a driving test, but with the average waiting time now at six months, the Government must step in to stop that timescale growing longer.
Galway TDs are being called on to support a new Bill aimed at reducing insurance costs by banning the practice of ‘dual pricing’.
A Galway city centre business has been left counting the cost after a night of vandalism resulted in the premises’ front windows being smashed.
"We know what we are up against, but it is about getting our message out there and building for the future and showing people there is an alternative out there - this is a process, it won't happen overnight, we want to get the message out there that there is an alternative for people and we don't have to just take the narrative that is constantly spun that only helps a small number in society. It is a hard slog to build it, but we are determined to do it", said People Before Profit Mayo candidate Joe Daly, explaining to the Mayo Advertiser this week why he is out knocking on doors and looking for people's votes
Conor Burke, one of the city's most prominent socialist activists, who was heavily involved in campaigns on housing and homelessness, and against water charges, has been chosen as Solidarity's Galway West candidate.
Creche owners have been left disillusioned yet again by this Government as support payments begin to hit their accounts, according to independent TD Michael Fitzmaurice.
Fianna Fail Spokesperson on Children and Youth Affairs, Anne Rabbitte has expressed her complete shock that Minister Katherine Zappone was unaware of the huge issues facing childcare providers in terms of business costs.
It is “shocking” that the Minister for Children, Katherine Zappone can say she is “stunned” by the situation which is resulting in crèches in Galway, and across the State, closing down.
Fianna Fáil Spokesperson for Children and Youth Affairs, Anne Rabbitte TD, has raised serious concerns over the number of crèches who have yet to apply for re-registration with Tusla.