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CALL FOR STRICTER CONTROL OF CITY PARADE ENTRIES

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Date Published: 21-Mar-2012

City Councillor Padraig Conneely is calling for a full explanation as to why Occupy Galway was allowed unauthorised participation in the city St. Patrick’s Day parade.

Parade organisers say no application was received from the group which infiltrated the procession without permission.

Speaking to Galway Bay fm news, Cllr Conneely says tighter controls are needed.

It comes as the Occupy camp is calling on city council to open up dialogue with campaigners.

The occupiers say that city officials have yet to identify what health and safety concerns the camp currently poses.

However Cllr Conneely says he has no intention of engaging with the camp and that authorities need to step up their efforts to have them removed.

 

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Tuam receives second UK hay import as fodder crisis continues

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Date Published: 07-May-2013

Tuam has secured it’s second import of hay from the UK this afternoon in a bid to address the ongoing fodder crisis in the west.

A load of between 40 and 50 bales arrived at the Connacht Gold store in Airglooney for distribution throughout the county.

It follows a similar load last Thursday to the Tuam outlet.

The co-op also took a load of imported hay to the mart in Maam Cross over the weekend, however most of the bales had already been pre-assigned to farmers.

Further loads of hay are expected to arrive across the west and north west tonight and tomorrow morning.

 

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46 social housing offers refused across city and county

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Date Published: 09-May-2013

281 offers of social housing were made by the city and county councils last year.

Figures provided by the local authorities show that 46 of these were refused.

Galway city council made 193 such offers in 2012 with 41 of these refused.

The majority didn’t like the area they were offered or disliked the property itself.

Galway county council made 88 offers of social housing last year with 83 of these accepted.

Reasons given for refusing five properties focused on the location or that the property itself did not meet their needs.

 

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Galway Senator calls for more action on combatting domestic violence

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Date Published: 13-May-2013

Galway Senator Trevor O’ Clochartaigh has called on the government to provide more support for victims of domestic violence.

Figures provided to the Sinn Fein Senator show that domestic violence support group COPE accompanied over 80 women to court in Galway last year, but a further 214 women were unable to avail of such assistance.

Senator O Clochartaigh told Galway Bay fm news that more needs to be done to support victims of domestic violence.

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