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Galway service for separated families to move to Doughiska

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Galway Bay fm newsroom – A unique service for separated families in Galway, Time 4 Us, is to move to Doughiska following threats of closure for more than a year.
Galway West TD Noel Grealish met with the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs this week who confirmed the move.
Time 4 Us is a play centre which helps separated fathers and other family members spend quality time with children they don’t live with.
It’s been operating in a house, owned by Tusla, in Shantalla since 2007 however it’s been threatened with closure for over a year.
Minister Katherine Zappone has confirmed its service will be transferred to Cumasu in Doughiska, home to the ARD Family Resource Centre.

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Public meeting in Ballinasloe to discuss concerns about waste facility

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Galway Bay fm newsroom – A public meeting about a controversial licence for a waste facility in Ballinasloe will take place next week. (26/8)

It’s being organised by the ‘Ballinsloe Says No’ campaign group to discuss environmental and health concerns in relation to the planned waste facility.

Last year, the High Court overturned a decision by the county council granting the waste permit, however a new application for a licence has now been submitted.

The meeting will take place in Gullanes Hotel in Ballinasloe next Monday evening at 7 o’ clock.

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Over €50 thousand worth of Cannabis seized in Gort

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Galway Bay fm newsroom – More than 50 thousand euro worth of cannabis plants have been seized in Gort.

The drugs were found when Gardaí searched a house in the area earlier today.

No further details are available, but no arrests have yet been made and investigations are ongoing.

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Traffic delays expected in Oranmore following major watermain burst

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Galway Bay fm newsroom – Motorists are being advised to expect traffic delays in Oranmore this evening following a major watermain burst in the village.

Crews are currently working at the site of the burst at the Maldron Hotel and it’s expected the works will take a number of hours to complete.

Residents in the immediate area are being advised they may be without water until late tonight.

Traffic management measures are currently in place.

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