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Revenue targets sports events and festivals

BY DARA BRADLEY Galway’s status as the ‘festival city’ attracts the attentions not only of tourists but the Revenue Commissioners, too. The Galway City Tribune has learned that Revenue is making unannounced visits to...

Saw Doctors take a sabbatical amid uncertain future

Saw Doctors’ fans will be disappointed to learn that the legendary Tuam band are on an extended sabbatical and will not be touring for the rest of 2013. The band, who have just returned...

Absenteeism down but GUH still missing 130 staff a day

by Bernie Ní Fhlatharta On average there are 130 staff at the Galway University Hospitals absent from work every day – though this week that was described as an improvement on the previous year....

Resurgent Fianna Fail comes calling for Grealish in Galway West

High level approaches are to be made to a Galway West TD to join the ranks of Fianna Fail following the party’s recent resurgence in the opinion polls. Independent TD Noel Grealish is to...

Garda warning for ‘vulnerable’ clergy after latest attack

The clergy in rural County Galway have been asked to step up their own security in the wake of a second attack on a parish priest since the beginning of the year. And the...

Businesses in Galway slowest in Ireland to pay their bills

Businesses in Galway are the slowest in Ireland to pay their bills, taking on average of more than 29 days past the due date to settle their accounts, new research has shown. And this...

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