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Gardaí step up patrols in Salthill and Knocknacarra

 Gardaí have stepped up patrols in the greater Salthill and Knocknacarra areas, following a spate of break-ins and petty crime in recent weeks.  Teenage criminals gangs are ‘kicking in’ front doors...

Top cops to meet residents over anti-social problems

Senior Gardaí have agreed to meet representatives of four housing estates on the east side of the city to discuss a growing problem relating to anti-social behaviour which has plagued the area in recent...

Boxer buys abandoned apartments in Galway City

A Polish boxer has joined heavyweight property developers in the city after buying up an abandoned apartment development in Doughiska, the Galway City Tribune can reveal. Albert Jarzebak – a 40-years-old...

Oranmore train station back on track

A new €4.8 million commuter rail station in Oranmore has seen a steady increase in passenger numbers in recent weeks after failing to capture the imagination of regular commuters in its first few weeks...

Iconic Ashford Castle set for facelift to mark 75th anniversary

The iconic Ashford Castle is preparing for its 75th anniversary next year – by undergoing a major refurbishment that will restore the historic hotel to its former glory. But the Castle’s...

Garda ‘super’ checkpoints to crack down on drink-drivers

City motorists can expect to come across a regular network of ‘super checkpoints’ over the coming weeks as Gardaí prepare to launch a double strike against drink drivers and criminal gangs. ...

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