Galway Bay fm newsroom – A man charged in connection with a drug seizure in the Tuam area this week has been remanded on bail.
40 year old Sean Murphy with an address at Annaghvane in Bealadangan appeared before Galway District Court.
Sean Murphy is charged with the unlawful possession of cannabis at Cloonmore in Tuam on Tuesday June 18th.
He is also charged with sale or supply at the same location contrary to Section 15 and Section 27 of the Act.
He appeared before judge Aeneas McCarthy where gardai made no objection to bail subject to certain conditions.
Judge McCarthy remanded the accused on bail to appear before Galway District Court on September 18th.
Covid-19 walk-in vaccination clinics to open in Clifden and city this weekend
Galway Bay fm newsroom – Covid-19 walk-in vaccination centres will once again open in Clifden and the city this weekend. (7/8)
The centres are open on Saturday to those aged 16 and over who have not yet received a first dose vaccine.
The Clifden centre is based at Clifden Community School, and will be in operation from 10am to 2pm.
Meanwhile, Ballybrit Vaccination Centre will be open for walk-in appointments on Saturday from 10am to 4pm.
The Saolta Hospital Group says last weekend proved a tremendous success for both centres, with over 800 people receiving first dose vaccinations.
Coming up on FYI Galway@5
- The Health Minister is encouraging parents and young people to seek information from reliable sources as registration for COVID vaccines for 12 to 15 year olds will open next Thursday
- Covid-19 walk-in vaccination centres will once again open in Clifden and the city this weekend
- Partners will be able to attend 12 week maternity scans and C-sections under new HSE guidance to be issued to hospitals tomorrow
€320k to support street enhancement works in towns and villages across Galway
Galway Bay fm newsroom – €320 thousand has been awarded to support the enhancement of streetscapes in towns and villages across Galway.
The allocation is part of a national €7m fund announced by Minister for Rural and Community Development, Heather Humpreys.
Projects eligible for funding include the painting of buildings in vibrant colours, commissioning of murals, restoration of historic shopfronts, and the installation of canopies and street furniture.
It also supports works such as the decluttering of streetscapes with the removal of unnecessary signage or wires.
Local Senator Aisling Dolan says it’s all about working with local communities to make towns and villages places to live, work and visit.
To hear more, tune into Galway Bay fm news.