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Judge dismisses parking prosecutions due to glitch in law

Dozens of parking summonses have been either struck out or adjourned at Galway District Court due to a glitch in the legislation. Judge Alan Mitchell gave lawyers for Galway City Council the opportunity to prove...

Man who fled €4,000 penthouse without paying set to avoid jail

One of a group of people who fled without paying for a €4,000-a-night penthouse suite in the Radisson Blu Hotel will avoid a prison sentence if he does community service. Gideon Osagiede (22), Flat 1,...

Up to 200 a day attended Emergency Dept over Christmas

It will be the end of the month before the next tranche of beds are opened in the new 75-bed unit due to the difficulty in recruiting staff – which will only further exacerbate...

2020: Galway moves on to next phase of preparations

Management of Galway’s European Capital of Culture project have moved to an ‘exhaustive’ process of preparing the city and county for 2020. City Chief Executive Brendan McGrath said the designation is of such importance to...

Councillors open up units on city centre streets to food outlets

Councillors have voted to allow the use of retail units on the city centre’s main shopping streets as food outlets – despite warnings from the Council’s Chief Executive it could turn Galway into “another...

New powerlines may have to be dug up for outer bypass

There are concerns new power line cables and poles that were installed in Bearna this week will have to be dug up again in a few years because they are located along the footprint of...

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