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City of Tribes diversifies its representation

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Fianna Fáil’s Josie Forde, a first-time candidate and the party’s only female runner in Galway, is one of six new councillors who survived the field of 52 runners on a day when her party lost its position as the largest on the local authority, going down from five to four seats. Her 665 first preferences got her in on the 14th count.

52 candidates confirmed for 2024 city election

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Polling Day: 18 seats to be filled

NTA no-show irks city councillors

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‘If the mountain won’t come to Mohammad, then Mohammad must go to the mountain’ is the attitude of Galway city councillors who passed a motion calling on the Government to regionalise the NTA after Dublin-based officials did not attend City Hall’s final meeting of its five-year term last week.

Time for a General Election now, says angry Larkin who denies his outspoken views are racist

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Former Mayor of Galway Noel Larkin has called for a General Election amid what he has said is the 'absolute madness' of proposed legislation regarding emigration and housing.

Former Mayor Larkin to run for Independent Ireland in local elections

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Councillor Noel Larkin, former Mayor of Galway City, has announced his candidacy for Independent Ireland in the upcoming local elections.

City councillors approve climate plan

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The Galway City Council met this week to discuss the local authority’s inaugural Climate Action Plan (CAP), which was unanimously approved by councillors.

‘Honour of a lifetime’ as Brett appointed Athlone Town men’s first team head coach

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Athlone Town has confirmed the appointment of former player, Gordon Brett, as men’s first team head coach.

Galway hurlers to face former boss in Parnell Park

Galway romped to a comfortable 3-28 to 0-20 Walsh Cup victory over Westmeath as the second year of Henry Shefflin’s reign as Galway senior hurling manager got underway in Duggan Park, Ballinasloe on Sunday.

Judicial review of ring road will put ‘future of the city in limbo’

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A vital review of an outdated solution to Galway’s traffic problems, or a short sighted move that will delay the progress of the city and the development of public transport infrastructure - the judicial review of the controversial N6 Galway City Ring Road is itself causing controversy.

 

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