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Supermac’s ‘shocked’ by claims of possible fake submissions on Galway-Limerick motorway plaza application

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Galway Bay fm newsroom – Supermac’s says it is shocked by possible fake submissions of support on its planning application to build a plaza on the Galway-Limerick motorway.
It’s as today’s Irish Times reports a number of letters of support may have been submitted using forged signatures.
Supermac’s founder, Galway businessman, Pat McDonagh is hoping to build a new Obama-style plaza along the M18 Galway to Limerick motorway outside Ennis.
According to the Irish Times, a number of submissions of support for the development may have been made using fake signatures.
It reports that the situation came to light when Clare County Council wrote to people to acknowledge their submission – only to have a number of people claim they never made a submission and their signatures appeared to be forged.
It says a small number of people subsequently withdrew, in writing, the submissions made in their name.
In a statement, Supermac’s says the revelation is ‘shocking’ to the company and adds that if this is the case, it utterly condemns such action.
The statement further says that Supermac’s disowns such support for its planned development.
It finishes by stating that the company remains committed to the delivery of an ‘outstanding’ motorway service station at Kilbreckan.

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Local TD urges Government to support smaller hospitals as patients are left waiting on trolleys

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From Galway Bay FM newsroom- A local TD is calling on the Government to lend more support to smaller hospitals as patients are left waiting on trolleys.

New figures released today show the trolley numbers as a percentage of the total bed capacity in each hospital.

While larger hospitals have more patients waiting on a bed, smaller hospitals have more patients on trolleys compared to the capacity of the hospital.

Independent TD for Roscommon-Galway, Denis Naughten, wants more resources for small hospitals:

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Plans for ‘habitable treehouse’ overlooking Killary Fjord in Connemara

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From Galway Bay FM newsroom- Plans have been lodged for a ‘habitable treehouse’ overlooking Killary Fjord in Connemara.

The commercial treehouse would be located on the grounds of the estate of the Killary Adventure Company.

The proposed treehouse is billed as a luxury escape from normal life for guests – and would accommodate up to four people.

It would be placed on poles planted in the ground, as the surrounding woodland is of limited height and unable to carry a house of the size planned.

It’d be designed to blend into the environment and be essentially invisible from the fjord while maintaining a view.

The application acknowledges the design has to be eco-conscious in construction and sustainable in operation.

It adds the treehouse should provide comfortable spaces to spend time – but the idea is to offer the guests the possibility to stay outside as much as possible.

County planners are due to make a decision in February.

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N63 between Newbridge and Ballygar reopens following fatal road traffic collision

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From Galway Bay FM newsroom- The N63 between Newbridge and Ballygar has reopened following a fatal road traffic collision yesterday afternoon.

The single vehicle collision happened on the N63 at approximately 12.45 pm.

The passenger in the car was pronounced dead at the scene.

His body has been taken to Portiuncula University Hospital where a post-mortem will take place.

The driver, also in his 20’s, was taken to hospital where he is receiving medical attention.

The road has since reopened and gardai are appealing for witnesses to contact them.

Anyone with any information in relation to this incident is asked to contact Ballinasloe Garda Station at 090 963 1890, the Garda Confidential Line at 1800 666 111, or any Garda station.

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