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Anti-litter Ambassadors support the campaign for cleaner communities at Oranmore launch

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Galway County Council has announced details of a new environmental initiative aimed at fostering public involvement in the fight against litter. Launched in Oranmore, the Galway County Council Anti-Litter Ambassador Programme presents a pro-active and non-confrontational way for individuals, groups, communities and businesses to declare their support for a litter-free county.

Green influence is destructive, says Independent Ireland’s Noel Thomas

The Independent Ireland councillor, Noel Thomas, has described the contribution of the Green Party to transport infrastructure in the West of Ireland as ‘destructive’ and ‘anti-community’.

Green influence is destructive, says Independent Ireland’s Noel Thomas

The Independent Ireland councillor, Noel Thomas, has described the contribution of the Green Party to transport infrastructure in the West of Ireland as ‘destructive’ and ‘anti-community’.

Roscam concerns highlighted by Labour Party candidate, Helen Ogbu

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With the local elections on June 7 fast approaching, Labour Party Candidate Helen Ogbu has been actively engaging with residents in Roscam to understand their concerns and priorities. During recent canvassing efforts, several pressing issues have come to light, emphasizing the urgent need for improved infrastructure and transportation solutions in the area.

Permanent flood defences needed for Coast Road

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As temporary repairs to sea wall damage in Oranmore caused by November’s Storm Debi are completed this week, a local councillor has slammed delays and again called for permanent infrastructure.

Permanent flood defences needed for Coast Road

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As temporary repairs to sea wall damage in Oranmore caused by November’s Storm Debi are completed this week, a local councillor has slammed delays and again called for permanent infrastructure.

Green light for Council to develop 139 homes in Athenry, Portumna and Tuam

Galway County Council has announced plans to deliver 139 new homes in Athenry, Portumna and Tuam. The Local Authority this week informed Elected Members that it has received approval from the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage to appoint multi-disciplinary design teams to advance five separate social housing projects.

Galway County Council signs €4.8m housing contract for developments in Ardrahan and Ballinasloe

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This Monday, March 11, Galway County Council, signed contracts for the construction of two new housing developments in Ardrahan and Ballinasloe.

Work to begin on €4.8m housing developments in Ardrahan and Ballinasloe

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Galway County Council this week signed contracts for the construction of two new housing developments in Ardrahan and Ballinasloe.

Westmeath County Council confirms fraud incident of more than €500,000

Westmeath County Council issued a statement to local media this week confirming that the local authority had been defrauded of more than half a million euro.

 

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