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Men tracked down on Facebook apologise for bakery break-in

Three young men have apologised to the owner of Griffin’s Bakery after they were caught with their hands in the cookie jar. The three men broke into the bakery on a...

Academics at NUI Galway get pay increase reinstated

Associate professors at NUI Galway have had an increase in pay reinstated following a ruling of the Labour Court. The case before the court involved a dispute between NUI Galway, represented...

Planners rule Supermac’s can keep outdoor seating

Supermac’s have been successful in their bid to retain a controversial outdoor seating area in front of their premises in Newcastle. The decision is expected to be appealed by local residents...

Gardai probe ‘boy with knife’ incident at city school

Gardai are investigating an incident in which a sixth class pupil in a city primary school was caught with a knife in the yard at lunchtime, the Galway City Tribune has learned. ...

Notorious speed limit on airport road to be raised

The notorious traffic speed trap on the Monivea Road near Galway Airport which has left hundreds of motorists with fines and penalty points should be removed with a change of speed limit to be...

Gort-Tuam motorway won’t open before 2018

It could be well into 2018 before the Gort to Tuam motorway is built as there is confirmation that the contracts for the €550 million project will not be signed until well into next...

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