The impact of Galway city’s new traffic management plans on drivers entering the city from around the county was one of the main points of interest for Co. Council members who met with their city counterparts at a Joint Policy Committee meeting on Monday. The controversial plan to replace a series of roundabouts with signalised… Read more »
Yearly Archives: 2011
Mortgage & personal debt biggest issue facing Galway families Urgent legislative action needed Fine Gael Galway West Senator Fidelma Healy Eames has today (Wed) said that it’s time for legislative action to force banks to pass on ECB rate cuts. She was speaking following confirmation from National Irish Bank that it is to hike up… Read more »
Irish Athlete Catherina McKiernan will be giving a talk on ChiRunning followed by a Question and Answer sesssion in galway community college on Friday 18th of November 2011. All welcome “free admission” For more information contact: www.galwaycc.ie http://www.preda.org/main/contact.htm http://www.runireland.com/articles/catherina-mckiernan-chirunning-workshop-galway
Claregalway Junior Ladies made the long journey to Greencastle, Co Tyrone to play Ulster champions Sperrin Óg in the All-Ireland Semi final. The morning travel and previous weekend trip to London seemed to be taking a toll early on the Claregalway girls as the home side raced into a 3 goal lead after just 10… Read more »
Le Grá Craft Studio and Gallery opened on the 10th of October at the Claregalway Shopping Centre (behind Hughes’ Supervalu). “I love Irish craft and design.” says owner Ester Kiely. “I’m very lucky to have met so many creative people in Galway whose work is beautiful, well made and inspiring. Galway also has a great… Read more »
A Table Quiz been organised by Westside Community Centre and Westside Men’s Club to raise funds for Self Help Africa at 6.30pm in the Commercial Boat Club next Friday night the 11th of November.
Teachers should be trained in psychometric testing and evidence-based learning interventions SNA only one part of overall care picture As the opposition continue to play politics with the SNA issue, Fine Gael Spokesperson on Social Protection, Senator Fidelma Healy Eames speaking in Seanad Eireann on Thursday last, called for parents of children with special needs… Read more »
The opening of the Weir gates in Galway combined with the success of the new bridge works in Claregalway has prevented a repeat of the flooding which impacted on so many homes and businesses along the Clare River catchment area over the past two years. This is the claim made by Deputy Noel Grealish who… Read more »
After another enjoyable and successful Fashion Show last Thursday night, with once again a huge attendance, Claregalway GAA Club thanks all the shops who participated on the night and those who supplied items for show, the models (including Claregalway GAA Senior and Junior lads, who cleaned up really well!), those who set up stands on… Read more »
The meeting rooms and the mortuary church in Claregalway are to be renamed. The meeting room will now be called Cairdeas, which translated means friendship, to acknowledge the importance of community and friendships that develop through such facilities.
Commuters and pedestrians in Claregalway are being put at risk because of Galway County Council’s failure to address drainage issues in the town, a local shopkeeper has warned. John Raftery, who runs the Centra in the village, says a blocked drain is causing the problem, creating a very dangerous situation. On Friday, the flooding stretched… Read more »
Nolumus Mutari – Statement by Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan T.D., on the the Thirtieth Amendment of the Constitution (Houses of the Oireachtas Inquiries) Bill 2011 There are many eminent graduates of the King’s Inns, who still remain true to the King’s Inns motto, inscribed on their emblem – “Nolumus Mutari! – We shall not… Read more »