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Recruitment of specialists will reduce amputations

The recruitment of additional foot disorder specialists will hopefully stem an alarming increase in the number of Galway people with diabetes needing hospital treatment – including amputation – for serious foot problems, according to...

Man who tried to aid stranger on ground had his jaw broken

A Good Samaritan had his jaw broken in two places when he stopped to help a stranger who had been knocked to the ground during a melee outside a city nightclub. Surgeons wired the victim’s...

Search operation underway along River Corrib

A search operation got underway in Galway City this morning, after a person was seen entering the River Corrib. Emergency services were alerted at around 9.30am that a person entered the water at Quincentenary Bridge. Galway...

City councillors to vote on streaming of meetings

The elected members of Galway City Council will decide in the coming weeks whether to allow for the installation of cameras in their Chamber for live streaming of meetings. The supply and installation of equipment...

Illegal parking is “common practice” at UHG

Illegal parking is “common practice” at University Hospital Galway (UHG), the hospital group Saolta has admitted. And the Galway City Tribune has learned the problem could deteriorate once the proposed new Emergency Department is built...

Brothers jailed for crime spree across the city

A city man who went on a spree of car thefts and burglaries over, has been jailed for 22 months by Galway District Court. In imposing the sentence, Judge Mary Fahy said it would have...

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