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Galway taxis fear a free-for-all as regulator leaves town

 There are fears that the taxi ranks in Galway will return to a ‘free for all’ after it emerged that the current taxi regulator for the city will no longer be in place in...

NAMA appoints receiver to empty Loughrea shop units

A receiver has been appointed to the development company which owns two empty shop units in Loughrea Shopping Centre, and has debts of more than €5 million. The National Asset Management...

Council uses CCTV to nab culprits dumping dead horses

Galway County Council is trawling through CCTV footage to determine who has been dumping dead horses in the North Galway area over the past couple of weeks. Dead horses have been...

Motorway set for major move

Contract documents for the new Gort to Tuam motorway are to be signed in the coming weeks, a public meeting on transport infrastructure in the West was told on Tuesday. Michael...

Traffic tsar says Galway revamp a ‘disaster’

One of Ireland’s most respected traffic tsars has urged Galway City Council: Stop converting roundabouts to signalised junctions. Cormac Rabbitte, a leading engineer and transport specialist, this week criticised the design...

Family claim man was ‘kidnapped and murdered’

An open verdict has been recorded in the death of a city man, whose body was washed up onto the Aran Islands seven weeks after he went missing, but whose family believe that he...


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