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Lidl gets approval for 24 hour deliveries at Clifden store

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Galway Bay fm newsroom – A discount supermarket in Clifden has succeeded in an effort to remove a condition of its planning permission.

Lidl applied to the County Council for permission to develop a delivery bay enclosure at its Clifden site and remove Condition 17 of its previous planning permission.

This condition related to the hours for loading and unloading of stock at the store.

The condition in question stipulated that loading and unloading at the Lidl store in Clifden only happen between 8am and 8pm Monday to Friday and 8am and 4pm on Saturdays.

The discount retail company applied to have this condition removed.

It also sought to erect a 4-metre high acoustic screen the full length of the truck delivery loading bay and other noise reducing measures.

This was in a bid to extend the loading times at the store to any time of the night or day.

The Council has given approval for the proposal by Lidl in Clifden.

5 new conditions have now been attached, including the stipulation that the approval for deliveries at any time of night only be for a period of 18 months.

During that time, Lidl must keep a log book of the times of every delivery to the store.

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1,400 fewer people claiming PUP in Galway this week

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Galway Bay fm newsroom – Over 1,400 fewer people will claim the Pandemic Unemployment Payment in Galway this week.

13,218 people will receive the payment today – compared to 14,683 this day last week.

It comes as the number of people receiving the Pandemic Unemployment Payment nationwide is at its lowest level since last October.

Just over 244,000 people received the payment today, which is 23,000 fewer than last week.

The payment will close to new applicants at the end of this month.

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Digital hub set to be established on Inis Meáin

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Galway Bay fm newsroom – A digital hub is to be established on Inis Meáin.

The Board of Údarás na Gaeltachta has approved a capital investment of up to €62,000 to develop the hub as part of the growth of the gteic network.

Under the plan, the hub is to be set up in the new Community and Enterprise Centre that is currently under development on the Aran island.

It will involve an open space of over 20 square metres in a hub with five hotdesks as part of the initial phase.

The initiative is all in a bid to serve the community and businesses and to provide remote working opportunities on the Island.

There are 16 gteic hubs open throughout the Gaeltacht at the moment, with four in county Galway located in Furbo, Spiddal, Carraroe and Carna.

It is hoped that the gteic hub at Tír an Fhia and at Inis Mór will open in the weeks ahead.

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Gardaí renew appeal concerning disappearance of Carna woman in 1985

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Galway Bay fm newsroom – Gardaí have renewed their appeal for information on the disappearance of Barbara Walsh from her Carna home 36 years ago.

The appeal has been renewed today as her family mark 36 years since she went missing from her home in Rusheenamanagh on June 22nd 1985 at approximately 4am.

Tuesday June 22, 2021 marks the 36th anniversary of the disappearance of Barbara, who was a mother of seven.

Today An Garda Síochána are issuing an appeal with Crimestoppers as part of the ongoing investigation.

In particular An Garda Síochána are appealing to the wider Carna community for their assistance, and believe that individuals in this Gaeltacht community have information which may provide Barbara’s family with some answers.

On Friday June 21, 1985 Barbara held a party at her house in Rusheenamanagh in Carna.

She was last seen at her home at 4am on June 22, 1985.

Her family have not seen or heard from her since.

A full case review was conducted in January 2015 and a series of planned searches were also carried out at that time, and since, by investigating Gardaí with the assistance of the Garda Technical Bureau, a cadaver dog from the UK and also a forensic anthropologist.

Detective Sergeant Colm Mac Donnachadha says Carna is a close-knit Gaeltacht community and Gardaí believe there are people in this community who may have information that can help their investigation.

Anyone with information can contact Crimestoppers on 1800 250 025, Salthill Garda Station on 091-514720, any Garda Station, or the confidential line 1800 666 111.

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