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'Yes' - Peter Butler
I hope you all survived Storm Jorge. Apparently, the ‘J’ and the ‘g’ are pronounced as ‘h’ so just to make it easy we will call it Storm George.
Sinn Féin will hold a public rally in the Galway Bay Hotel, Salthill, from 7.30pm on Friday March 6 as part of its drive to be involved in the next Government, and to "bring the conversation about a Government for Change to the people".
It is often said that the environment suffers in Ireland, and indeed on the planet, because of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. In order to be able to concentrate on things outside of keeping us alive, we need to feel well fed, healthy, and have a roof over our heads.
Commencing their election campaigns with a visit to Leinster House in recent times, the children of fifth and sixth classes in Ardnagrath National School afforded the two weeks researching and creating their election manifestos prior to hosting their own polling day on Thursday last.
As news began to emanate pertaining to a possible seat loss for outgoing Deputy, Kevin ‘Boxer’ Moran, with the formal reveal of official first count votes, an air of political astonishment pervaded the John Count McCormack Centre late on Sunday night.
From the early rounds of tallies on Sunday morning it became obvious that Mairead Farrell would win a seat in Galway West, and that in doing so she would make history.
According to Mayo Senator Rose Conway-Walsh, Sinn Féin will continue in the next Dáil to build protections for consumers and businesses 'against the insurance companies that are driven by greed to fleece us'.
In his famous statue of the writer and Irish scholar Pádraic Ó Conaire, the sculpture Albert Power presents a brilliant likeness to the man Galway knew as he went about the town. Liam Ó Briain, a friend and fellow Irish enthusiast, remarked that Albert Power had captured exactly how the man looked. Meeting Ó Conaire in town one evening, Ó Briain remembered that he looked in reality as he is on the statue: ‘the stick in his right hand, the little hat on his head’, a face that could show his ‘puckish humour.’ *