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Pauline O’Reilly ‘honoured’ to be elected to Seanad

The Green Party's Pauline O'Reilly has said she is 'honoured' to have been elected to the Seanad and will be a strong voice for...

Galway City West tally – Donal Lyons leads as Green’s Pauline O’Reilly surges

The final Tally for Galway City West is in and Knocknacarra's Donal Lyons is leading the pack, with the Green Party's Pauline O'Reilly surging...

Opinion | Why we need to call time on political posters | Pauline O’Reilly

Over recent weeks, if you headed out for your jog along the Prom, what did you see? If you drove in to work from Barna,...

City Council claimed less than half of its walking and cycling funding in 2021

Galway City Council spent less than half of the money allocated to it for cycling and walking projects last year. The city council claimed €5,571,513...

Galway Senator criticises “dangerous language” in abortion safe access zones debate

Galway Senator Pauline O'Reilly criticised the "dangerous language" referring to fascism in the debate over abortion safe-access zones legislation. The Green Party Senator said that...

NUIG Mincéirs Whiden Society promotes positive mental health

NUI Galway’s Mincéirs Whiden Society has unveiled a plaque in the shadow of Galway Cathedral to raise awareness of mental health for Irish Travellers. This...

Galway Senator questions low levels of breastfeeding in Ireland

Galway Senator Pauline O'Reilly questioned the appointment of an executive from an infant formula manufacturing company to the Safefood health promotion agency in light...

Eamon Ryan addresses webinar on very light rail for Galway

Minister Eamon Ryan addressed a webinar last night on very light rail for Galway where he called for 'transport oriented development', saying that light...

Galway TD calls for impounding of vehicles used in illegal dumping

Galway TD Denis Naughten has called for laws to be strengthened  to allow vehicles used in illegal dumping to be impounded. Speaking in the Dáil,...

€320,000 allocated to organic farmers in Galway

A dramatic increase in funding for organic farmers will see 68 local farmers benefit from additional funds. €5.5 million will arrive in the bank accounts...

Domestic abuse services need more support during lockdown Senator says

Newly elected Senator Pauline O'Reilly is calling for greater support for domestic abuse victims and services during the Covid-19 crisis. Concerns have been raised that...

Councillor Ollie Crowe elected to Seanad seat

Fianna Fáil City Councillor Ollie Crowe has been elected to the Seanad as counting enters its final stretch. Crowe was deemed elected the Seanad Industrial...

Additional beds secured for asylum seekers in Galway

An additional 650 beds have been secured for asylum seekers in Direct Provision Centres. These rooms will be located in hotels in Galway, Cork and...

Galway 2020 to hold emergency talks today on future of project

The board of Galway 2020 will meet today to discuss the project, which is in great difficulty due to the global coronavirus pandemic. Galway City...

Oral hearing gets underway for Galway City ring road

An oral hearing on the proposed €600 million Galway City ring road got underway today with a large crowd in attendance at the G...

Galway West candidates taking part in climate change debate

Galway West election candidates will be taking part in a climate change focused debate this Friday at Coláiste Éinde in Salthill. The climate change debate...

Admission fee plans for city museum after €10m revamp spark concerns

Concerns have been raised about plans to introduce an admission fee to Galway City Museum for non city residents when it undergoes a €10m...

Full programme unveiled for Junior Film Fleadh

The full programme of events has been announced for the Junior Film Fleadh taking place at the Palas Cinema from November 10-14. The Junior Film...

Mining for gold in Connemara opposed by locals

Over 150 people attended a meeting in Maam last week where speakers opposed mining for gold in the area. Those in attendance heard local Green...

Sexual assault reporting low in Galway due to lack of prosecution, says Cllr

A Galway City councillor has said that the main reason for the low level of reporting of sexual assaults is the 'correct perception that...

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