Date Published: 12-Sep-2008
Five Galway names are on the latest tax defaulters list.
They’ve made settlements totalling almost four hundred thousand euro with the Revenue commissioners.
They relate to agreements reached with the Revenue between the 1st of April and the 30th of June this year.
Topping the Galway list is farmer John Morris of Abbeyland Great, Eyrecourt, Ballinasloe.
John Morris made a settlement of just over 168 thousand euro for underdeclaration of Income Tax, a single premium insurance products case and a bogus non-resident account case.
The second highest Galway tax settlement was made by B&B/Restaurateur Kevin Feeney of Auburn Lodge, 180 Upper Salthill.
Kevin Feeney made a settlement of just over 73 thousand euro for underdeclaration of Income Tax and VAT and a revenue audit case.
Appeal for information following Portumna crash
Date Published: 08-May-2013
Gardai are appealing for witnesses following a single vehicle crash at the Portumna bridge this morning.
The road from Nenagh to Loughrea reopened shortly after 11 this morning following the completion of a technical exam.
Four men were travelling in a van when they hit the Portumna bridge around 6:30 this morning.
Gardaí, ambulance and two units of Portumna fire services rushed to the scene, and one of the men was taken to Portiuncula hospital in Ballinasloe.
He is being treated for head injuries, which have been described by Gardaí as serious.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Portumna Garda station on 09-097-42060
President Higgins among GMIT’s first ever honorary fellowships
Date Published: 10-May-2013
GMIT is to honour seven outstanding individuals including President Michael D Higgins with Honorary Fellowships at a special ceremony later this month.
It’s the first time in the 40 year history of the Institute the Governing Body of GMIT has decided to award honorary fellowships.
The GMIT Honorary Fellowships will be conferred at the g Hotel in the city this day two weeks Friday 24 May at 2.30pm in front of 200 invited guests.
Galway commuters hold their breath as LRC intervenes in bus strike
Date Published: 13-May-2013
Galway commuters are holding their breath as there has been a potential breakthrough in the Bus Eireann dispute, as both sides have agreed to talks at the Labour Relations Commission.
The LRC intervened this afternoon, on day two of strike action that has seen 95 per cent of bus services disrupted across the country.
The LRC’s Director of Conciliation Services, Kevin Foley, says the National Bus and Rail Union and the company have agreed to meet for mediated talks at 8 this evening.