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More flooding devastation for Galway homes and businesses

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It is certainly not going to be a very happy Christmas for many homeowners and businesspeople in Galway who are yet again suffering the effects of severe flooding around the county following the weekend storm. It is a case of déjá vu for many people who have been in this situation numerous times before. Indeed there has been a campaign on-going since 1995 to have drainage work carried in south Galway, and 20 years later the situation remains the same.

Flooding hits Galway as OPW stays silent, says Rabbitte

Cllr Anne Rabbitte has expressed her “extreme frustration” with Minister Simon Harris and the Office of Public Works for its continued failure to supply official maps to allow Galway County Council to draw up a credible flood plan.

Luan Gallery’s ‘Construct’ exhibition of artworks

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Luan Gallery has been selected to host Construct, a touring exhibition of artworks from the collections of the Office of Public Works (OPW) and the Department of Finance and Personnel Northern Ireland (DFP).

Government accused of 'stonewalling' county council to create flood risk plans for east Galway

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The Government has been accused of "stonewalling" efforts to create a flood risk plan for the Headford, Ballinasloe, and Portumna regions, by refusing to allow the Office of Public Works advise the Galway County Council on measures needed to be taken.

Kyne welcomes progress on environmental review clearing way for Claregalway Flood Relief Works

Fine Gael TD for Galway West and Mayo South Seán Kyne has welcomed confirmation from the Office of Public Works’ Minister, Simon Harris that the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform will this month sign off on the environmental review which has delayed works on the Claregalway Flood Relief Scheme. 

Get snapping Galway's national monuments for global Wiki competition

Amateur and professional photographers are being encouraged to get out and capture Galway's national monuments as part of Wiki Loves Monuments, the biggest photography competition in the world.

 

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