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Gardaí are appealing for information following a number of break-ins in Newcastle and Knocknacarra in recent days.
Government commitments to increase garda numbers must be met following years of "serious depletion" of resources and manpower, resulting in "a spate of burglaries" in east Galway, which has left villages across the county "on edge".
The traffic situation in Parkmore Business Park is “not only an inconvenience, it is dangerous”. With people “caught in their cars for over an hour”, demands are being made for the gardaí to be brought in to deal with traffic management at peak hours.
The traffic situation in Parkmore Business Park is "not only an inconvenience, it is dangerous". With people "caught in their cars for over an hour", demands are being made for the gardaí to be brought in to deal with traffic management at peak hours.
Gardaí from Claremorris are appealing for witnesses to a single vehicle fatal traffic collision. At approximately 8am a 35-year-old male died when his car left the road on the R327 near Cloonfad and entered the Dalgan River. He was pronounced dead at the scene. His body has since been removed to Mayo University Hospital for a post-mortem examination.
Fianna Fáil General Election candidate for Galway West John Connolly is calling on the Minister for Justice to immediately implement the recommendations of the recently published Garda Inspectorate Report. He said that people in Galway are genuinely fearful following a rise in assaults, burglaries and thefts across the city and county.
Minister for Justice and Equality, Frances Fitzgerald has announced the opening of a recruitment campaign for new members of An Garda Síochána in 2016.
A Mayoman was on crystal meth when he carried out a frenzied and unprovoked attack on Dublin GAA star Jonny Cooper hours after attacking a taxi driver. Mark Lavelle (32) originally from Bollingbrook, Swinford but with an address at Basin Street, Dublin, was given a seven year sentence with the final two years suspended after he pleaded guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to assault causing harm to the Dublin and Na Fianna footballer in the early hours of September 20, 2014 at Dorset Street Upper in Dublin. He also admitted to the assault causing harm to Thomas Smith at Kennelsfort Road Upper in Palmerstown at around 2am on the Saturday morning and to hijacking Mr Smith's car.
A third day of searches of premises and lands at Rusheenamanagh, Carna took place yesterday (Wednesday) as part of the investigation into the disappearance of local woman Barbara Walsh, more than three decades ago.