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Ten Galway businesses feature on latest defaulter list from Revenue

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Galway Bay fm newsroom- 10 Galway businesses feature on the latest list of tax defaulters published by the Revenue.

73 cases are published nationwide with a total settlement amount of over 12 million euro.

P & J Gillane Transport Limited, now in liquidation, of Glenbrack in Gort, made Galway’s top settlement in the latest list with a settlement of over 483 thousand euro.

This involved a revenue audit case.

This was followed by clothes and jewellery retailer Twice as Nice Limited of 5 Quay Street in the city who made a total settlement of over 294 thousand euro in a revenue audit case.

Born Clothing Limited of Newtownsmith in the city made a settlement of over 261 thousand euro in a revenue audit case.

Medical consultancy John McDonnell Anaesthetist Limited of 11 Carraig An Iolair in Barna made a settlement of over 240 thousand euro in a revenue audit case.

Quarry operator Michael Power of 65 Cnocan Rua in Moycullen made a settlement of over 159 thousand euro in a revenue audit case.

Paul Madden trading as Forest Catering of Forest View, Lisheenkyle, Oranmore made a settlement of over 97 thousand euro.

Medical practitioner Philippa Kildea Shine of 11 Carraig An Iolair in Barna made a settlement of over 76 thousand euro in a revenue audit case.

Contract Trading Limited, a builder from Mullaghmore in Moylough, made a settlement of over 50 thousand euro in a revenue audit case.

Bookmaker James Dillon, trading as T&N Betting of Derryhoyle More in Craughwell made a settlement of 41 thousand euro in a revenue audit case.

Landlord Ann Mulryan Hanley of 42 Castlegrounds in Corofin made a settlement of over 40 thousand euro in a revenue offshore assets investigation case.

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11,139 new cases of COVID-19

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From the Galway Bay FM newsroom:

A further 11,139 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed.

It’s the lowest daily number of cases reported in almost three weeks.

6,329 cases were detected by PCR tests, and 4,810 were positive antigen tests registered on the HSE portal.

There are 1,006 Covid patients in hospital, and 97 are in ICU.

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Junior Minister Anne Rabbite introduces changes at constituency office following confrontation at Portumna base

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From Galway Bay FM newsroom- A Junior Minister and Galway East TD has revealed she was left ‘uncomfortable and exposed’ following a recent incident where she was confronted and detained while alone in her constituency office.

Deputy Anne Rabbitte says she was targeted by an anti-vax campaigner in an ordeal that lasted around 40 minutes.

The Galway East TD has now introduced changes to how she does business since the incident occurred in Portumna, and is no longer alone in the office at any time.

Her revelation comes as senior Cabinet Ministers are now to be given greater security such as bodyguards following a review of their personal safety.

Deputy Rabbitte told Galway Talks earlier, there often seems to be no boundaries in Irish politics and social media can drive a lot of the hatred and abuse.

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Local representatives support campaign by students from an East Galway secondary school for hybrid leaving cert model this year.

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From the Galway Bay FM newsroom:

A number of local representatives have lent their support to a campaign by students from an East Galway secondary school for the Government to reconsider a hybrid leaving cert model this year.

This year’s Leaving Cert is due to return to the old model in place before the pandemic.

Earlier today 38 Leaving Cert students at St. Cuan’s College, Castleblakeney used their 40 minute lunch break to hold a demonstration in a bid to highlight the level of student unease about the model proposed for the upcoming final State exam.

Today’s demonstration comes as a survey of nearly 19,000 students by the Irish Second-Level Students’ Union of Leaving Certificate students showed 68 per cent of Leaving Cert students want a hybrid exam this year.

Head Girl at St. Cuan’s College Aoife Gormally says COVID-19 related abscences continue to have an impact on final year students preparing for exams.

Students from St. Cuan’s College were joined by a number of public representatives including Roscommon Galway Sinn Féin TD Claire Kerrane.

Deputy Kerrane says students are making their voices heard and it’s time that the Education Minister listened to their requests.

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