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Galway senior hurler gets community service for theft from employer

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Galway Bay fm newsroom – A Galway senior hurler who faced 23 charges of theft from a former employer has been sentenced to community service
26 year old Davy Glennon from Loughrea appeared before Galway Circuit Criminal Court today.

Mr Glennon was given 240 hours community service to be completed within 12 months in lieu of concurrent 2 year sentences for each count.
Sentencing was adjourned in January due to the absence of a probation report.
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  • Galway County Council has outlined the timeline for a controversial plan for a large scale social and affordable housing development on the Oranmore Road in Claregalway
  • The Dáil’s Business Committee is in session to discuss criticism of the Oireachtas from President Michael D Higgins. The President says too much legislation is being left until the end of the Dáil term – leaving him little time to consider it.
  • Kinvara nurse turned farmer, Deirdre McMahon, has won the national title of Teagasc/FBD Student of the Year
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Bons Secours submits plan to extend operating theatre department at Renmore facility

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Galway Bay fm newsroom – There are plans to extend the operating theatre department at the Bon Secours Hospital at the Dublin Road in the city.

Bon Secours Health System CLG has lodged an application for the construction of a single storey extension to the operating theatre department, and an extension of the existing theatre plantroom on the first floor level.

City planners are due to make a decision in September.

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Operation times scaled back at Galway’s walk-in COVID-19 test centres

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Galway Bay fm newsroom – Walk-in services at the COVID 19 test centres in the city and at Carnmore have been scaled back.

At the former Galway Airport site, members of the public can avail of a walk-in test from 10am until 2pm, Monday to Sunday.

However, it will remain open for scheduled GP referrals until 7.30pm on a daily basis.

Meanwhile, the walk-in testing service at the city base at Forster Street will be available from 10am to 3pm, Monday to Sunday.

It’ll continue to accept scheduled GP referrals until 5pm each day.

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