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Man killed in Tuam road crash

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A man in his 20s was killed in a car crash in Tuam overnight.

The incident happened at Airglooney on the Ballygaddy Road at around 1.20am.
He was the sole occupant of the car which collided with a wall.

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Progress on plans to reinstate child psychology services in Headford

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Galway Bay fm newsroom – Progress has been made on plans to reinstate child psychology services in the Headford and Lackagh areas.

That’s according to Galway East Deputy Sean Canney, who raised the matter via parliamentary question.

He says the HSE have now confirmed they intend to restore the service, with approval granted last month to fill a permanent post.

In its response to Deputy Canney, Community Healthcare West acknowledged the post has been vacant since June 2019.

Independent Deputy Canney argues it’s intolerable that such a vital post would remain unavailable for so long – to hear more, tune in to FYI Galway@5…

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Confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Galway hospitals fall below 100 for first time in three weeks

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Galway Bay fm newsroom – Confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Galway hospitals have dropped below 100 for the first time in three weeks.

There are 88 Coronavirus patients being treated in the city and county today – with 83 at UHG and five at Portiuncula Hospital Ballinasloe.

That’s the lowest figure since January 9th when there were 86 patients being treated in Galway’s two main COVID-19 hospitals.

Of the 88 COVID-19 patients in the city and county today, 20 are in ICU – with 16 at UHG and four at Portiuncula Hospital.

Nationally, 1,727 people with the virus are receiving treatment at Irish hospitals today.

It’s the lowest number of patients on wards since January 12th.

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Storm water diversion works due to begin in Clifden next week

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Galway Bay fm newsroom – Storm water diversion works are due to begin in Clifden in the next week.

The flood protection works are set to commence following engagement with the county Director of Services Jim Cullen.

It’s understood an appropriate assessment has been carried out to allow the works to proceed.

The project aims to reduce the flow of water towards the Low Road in the town.

It comes as Clifden was hit by severe flooding in September when the Owenglen river overtopped.

Senator Sean Kyne says the larger CFRAM project for Clifden is also being progressed by the Office of Public Works and will examine the flooding in Clifden Glen and the main river channel within the town.

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