Bradley Bytes: Israeli’s ‘secret’ City Hall visit will be last

Bradley Bytes - A Sort of Political Column with Dara Bradley The prospect of the Israeli Ambassador slipping in and out of City Hall for a meeting with the city’s mayor, or deputy mayor, that’s...

Bradley Bytes: Council’s doublespeak over Shantalla helipad

Helicopter landing pads at hospitals are life-saving infrastructure. They are vital. Without them, more people die. University Hospital Galway needs a helicopter landing pad. Of that there is no doubt. Everybody agrees that UHG needs...
Palsy-walsy . . . Mayor Niall McNelis (Right) pictured here at the Mayoral Ball last weekend with Councillors Mike Cubbard and Noel Larkin, has admitted that he is ‘too lenient’ when chairing City Council meetings.

Bradley Bytes: Mayor’s mea culpa over Council chaos

Bradley Bytes - A sort of political column with Dara Bradley  The behaviour of Galway City Councillors is back in the spotlight. Some elected members were never too well-behaved at City Hall, but ’tis worse...

Bradley Bytes: What’s RTÉ and Galway 2020 hiding and why?

Bradley Bytes - A sort of political column with Dara Bradley  RTÉ has refused to release documents about its media partnership with Galway 2020. The State broadcaster cited “commercial sensitivity” when withholding records relating to its...

Bradley Bytes: Cat was melodeon as Ceann Comhairle

Bradley Bytes - a sort of political column by Dara Bradley Anyone who follows Catherine Connolly on social media, knows that she is an able Dáil performer. Articulate and polished, the Queen of the Claddagh’s contributions...

Councillors cleaning up sh*te is a full-time job

Bradley Bytes - A sort of political column with Dara Bradley Who’d be a Galway City Councillor? All they seem to be doing lately is cleaning up after everyone else’s sh*te! If it isn’t Niall McNelis...


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