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Galway’s Quincentennial, 1984

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On January 1 1984, President Patrick Hillery officially launched the Quincentennial, a year long celebration of 500 years of civic independence unique in western Europe. In 1484, a number of Galwegian merchants persuaded King Richard III to grant the city a charter which made the town a mayoral city. In the same year Pope Innocent VIII granted them the power to nominate their own warden and priests.

Councillor Barrett wants dog warden appointed

Castlebar councillor Harry Barrett has written to the county manager, Peter Hynes, asking him to appoint a replacement dog warden for the county. Cllr Barrett made his learnt that the county has no dog warden services at present as the current dog warden appointed is on extended leave.

How to get a good night’s sleep

If you have trouble getting a good night’s sleep you are not alone. About one in 10 people has difficulty sleeping on three or more nights a week.

Don’t fight change

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Now that we have settled into 2013 many of us will have taken a long, hard look at the year gone past and how it impacted on our lives.

Oscar Wilde believed that Balfour did WS Blunt a favour

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Week III

Road safety begins at pre-school age

Starting young is the most effective way to improve safety on our county’s roads, according to Westmeath’s road safety officer.

Forster Street bus lane blamed for business closures

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The bus lane on Forster Street has made it “impossible for businesses to successfully trade” there, and is the chief reason so many premises on the street have closed over the last month.

Parking fines total €3,500 during one court sitting

People are paying “extremely dearly” for failing to comply with parking laws in Mullingar, according to Judge Seamus Hughes.

Westport area briefs

The new Chair of the Westport Electoral Area Committee is Councillor Peter Flynn, who was elected at the area meeting on Monday.

Galway man cycling length of the country for SERVE

Galway city native Liam Warden is among six SERVE volunteers undertaking a gruelling cycle from Malin Head to Mizen Head. The six day cycle commences on May 22 and hopes to spread the message of solidarity. The team come from various backgrounds and locations all across the country.


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