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City clean-up on Sunday

Democrats abroad to hold voter registration drive

Ahead of this year’s hotly contested US presidential election between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, the West of Ireland Chapter of Democrats Abroad Ireland will hold a non-partisan voter registration drive tomorrow, September 22, from 10am to 3pm on Shop Street adjacent to the outdoor market at St Nicholas Church. A table will be staffed by volunteers who will assist all American citizens in Galway and the west to vote in November’s election.

US Democrats and Republicans to hold voter drive in Galway

American citizens in Galway who want to vote in November’s election are encouraged to take part in a voter registration drive which takes place in the city this Saturday.

Prepare for a new look Athlone Literary Festival

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Athlone Literary Festival takes place this year from Friday to Sunday September 24 to 26, with a jampacked programme of events to include workshops and readings, to debates and art exhibitions.

How should Ireland be run?

Opinions on how Ireland should be run will be aired next week when the Western region of the Chartered Institute of Personal and Development (CIPD) will hold its annual conference at GMIT.

Meeting on Civil Partnership Bill

A public information meeting on the Civil Partnership Bill will be held on Monday November 9 at 7.30pm in the Ruby Room, TF Royal Hotel, Castlebar.

Meeting on Civil Partnership Bill

A public information meeting on the Civil Partnership Bill will be held on Monday November 9 at 7.30pm in the Ruby Room, TF Royal Hotel, Castlebar.

Galway voters have nothing to fear from Lisbon, says NUIG EU law lecturer

If you spend enough time listening to the Yes and No to Lisbon Treaty campaigns you could be forgiven for thinking Lisbon is a magic cure for all Ireland’s economic woes or a document which champions rampant capitalism and militarism.

 

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