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190 Galway people declared insolvent or bankrupt since 2014

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Galway Bay fm newsroom – 190 Galway people have reached arrangements on debt or been made bankrupt in the last 3 years.
That’s according to the latest report from the Insolvency Service of Ireland.
The report cover the period from the beginning of 2014 to the first quarter of this year.
It reveals that 84 people were declared bankrupt during that time across the city and county.
A further 106 people reached an agreement on their debts in that period.
These include arrangements such as Personal Insolvencies, debt settlements or debt relief.
Nationally, applications for debt relief, insolvency or bankruptcy is up by over 128% so far this year.
However, 90% of debtors manage to keep their family home.

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Gardai in Galway to commemorate the 100-year anniversary of the foundation of An Garda Síochána tomorrow

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Galway Bay FM Newsroom – Gardaí in Galway will commemorate the 100-year anniversary of the foundation of An Garda Síochána with a commemorative event tomorrow afternoon.

The event will begin with a re-enactment of the arrival of the first Gardaí to Galway, on 25th September 1922.

Members of the public are invited to come along and join them in this Centenary Event.

Sergeant Mick Walsh of Galway Gardai explained to John Mulligan what will happen tomorrow afternoon.

John then put it to him that this celebration is significant as what happened 100 years ago and the change over from the RIC and the Civic Guard to An Garda Síochána was important in the development of Ireland as a country.

Local traffic diversions will be in place to facilitate the event.

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Delegation meets with local Fianna Fail representatives to voice their concern over future of Clifden District Hospital

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Galway Bay FM Newsroom – A delegation has met with Deputy Eamon O’Cuiv and Fianna Fail Councillor Gerry King to voice their concern over the future of Clifden District Hospital.

Families were contacted by the HSE yesterday, informing them that respite services will not be available from next week.

Instead, they’re being told they will have to avail of services at Merlin Park Hospital in Galway City.

It has been confirmed that HSE management are to meet with local representatives on Monday where the future of Clifden District Hospital will be discussed.

A public meeting on the future of the hospital will take place tomorrow afternoon.

Councillor Gerry King told John Mulligan what happened at the meeting this afternoon.

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HSE to meet with local representatives on future of Clifden District Hospital

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Galway Bay FM Newsroom – HSE management are to meet with local representatives on Monday where the future of Clifden District Hospital will be discussed.

Families were contacted by the HSE yesterday, informing them that respite services will not be available from next week.

Instead, they’re being told they will have to avail of services at Merlin Park Hospital in Galway City.

It’s understood the issue relates to lack of staff – Galway Bay FM News has contacted the HSE for clarification but as of this morning has not received a response.

Councillor Eileen Mannion also confirmed that a public meeting on the future of the hospital will take place tomorrow afternoon.

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