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Publican tops list of Galway tax defaulters

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Galway Bay fm newsroom – A publican from Tuam has topped the latest list of tax defaulters in Galway.
Vincent McGagh from Liskeavy, who is also a farmer, made a settlement of more than 165 thousand euro to the Revenue Commissioners.
It related to underdeclaration of Capital Gains Tax.
6 other Galway residents made settlements with the Revenue Commissioners in the first three months of this year.
The second highest settlement in Galway was made by medical consultant, Fabio Bartolozzi from Cloan, Stradbally North, Clarinbridge.
He made a settlement of almost 97 thousand euro for underdeclaration of Income Tax and PAYE/PRSI.
A settlement of 94 thousand euro was made by Marie Anne Smith of Truskey West, Barna for underdeclaration of Capital Acquisitions Tax.
The fourth highest Galway settlement was made by Brendan O’ Toole, a courier from Henry Street.
He made a settlement with Revenue Commissioners of 94 thousand euro for underdeclaration of Income Tax and VAT.
Tom Moran, a landscape gardener from Carranthomas, Craughwell is 5th of the list of Galway tax defaulters.
He made a settlement of over 85 thousand euro for underdeclaration of VAT and Income Tax.
The 6th Galway settlement was made by food outlet proprieter and landlord, John Casey from Bramley, Renville West, Oranmore.
He settled with the Revenue Comissioners for almost 62 thousand euro in relation to underdeclaration of Income Tax.
The final Galway name on the tax defaulters list is John O’ Rourke, a plasterer from Derreen Upper, Kilkerrin, Ballinasloe.
He made a settlement of just under 48 thousand euro for underdeclaration of VAT.
The total settlement amount made by 7 Galway people to Revenue Commissioners between January and March this year was just over 646 thousand euro.

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Tuam student wins award for outstanding business and accounting Leaving Cert results

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Galway Bay fm newsroom – The inaugural N17 Plaza Business Award has been presented to University of Galway student, Eimhin Mulligan.

The award, exclusive to St Jarlath’s College in Tuam, is aimed at encouraging students to pursue careers related to business.

Eimhin, who did the Leaving Cert last year, excelled in both business and accounting exams

He’s now studying for a Commerce Degree at University of Galway.

Supermac’s MD, Pat McDonagh, presented the cash prize and a plaque at a function at the secondary school campus in Tuam

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Appeal to An Bord Pleanala over apartment block at Ballymoneen Road

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Galway Bay fm newsroom – An Appeal has been lodged with An Bord Pleanala against approval for an apartment development at Ballymoneen Road.

The project, led by Crescent Co. Ownership, would include 17 apartments in a mix of single and two-bed units.

The three-story building would be located on a site near the existing Portacarron estate and the Western Distributor Road junction.

The plans were given the green light by city planners earlier this month.

An appeal has now been lodged with An Bord Pleanala – with a decision due in May.

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New care programme for older people launched at embattled Clifden District Hospital

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Galway Bay fm newsroom – A new care programme for older people has been launched at Clifden District Hospital.

The clinic aims to cater to those with complex health and social care needs in their own community.

The new clinic comes amid long-running local concerns on the future of the hospital, difficulty in recruiting staff, and the downgrading of services.

The First Integrated Care Programme for Older Persons – or ICPOP – is a one-stop shop for those with complex health and social care needs.

It aims to shift the delivery of care away from acute hospitals towards community based, planned and co-ordinated care.

The team will work closely with local GP’s and Primary Care staff, in line with the vision for Sláintecare.

Galway Bay fm news contacted the HSE for comment, but was told no-one was available at this time to discuss the new clinic.

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