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HSE raised concerns that thousands of Tuam babies may have been trafficked to the US

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The HSE raised concerns in 2012 that up to 1,000 babies may have been illegally adopted to the United States, in “a scandal that dwarfs other, more recent issues with the church and state,” according to a report in the Irish Examiner.

NUI Galway law school director appointed to Government working group

Dr Ciara Smyth, Director of the Doctoral Programme in the School of Law, NUI Galway, has been appointed to the government’s Working Group on Asylum.

Women growing business together at National Women’s Enterprise Day

Creating connections, building business, inspirational talks, mentoring and advice are just a few of elements you can expect at the National Women’s Enterprise Day (NWED) 2014.

Anti-social behaviour a concern for Beechpark residents

There is a serious need for the introduction of CCTV in the Beechpark and Beechpark West areas of Athlone - that’s according to Sinn Fein councillor Paul Hogan.

Summer School on the International Criminal Court

The Irish Centre for Human Rights at the School of Law, NUI Galway has opened registration for delegates for the 2014 Summer School on the International Criminal Court which will be held from June 16 to 20.

Shannon security costs rise as Margaretta D’Arcy spends seventh week in gaol

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As Margaretta D’Arcy enters her seventh week in gaol, Department of Justice figures show security costs at Shannon Airport have hit €2 million due to the presence of the US military hub.

Man who supplied cannabis grow houses avoids jail term

A Chinese man who delivered food and supplies to cannabis grow houses around the country has avoided jail on the understanding that he will be deported.

Female entrepreneurs in Galway sought for new cycle of Going for Growth

Going for Growth, an Irish programme which helps ambitious women entrepreneurs grow their business, is launching a call out for women entrepreneurs in Galway to apply for its 2014 programme.

Justice budget allows for Garda recruitment and €9 million worth of extra Garda cars — Ring

Mayo TD Michael Ring has welcomed the provisions in the Budget dealing with the Department of Justice, which will allow Garda recruitment to begin again next year, and for the purchase of hundreds of new Garda cars.

Bye-laws banning rickshaws do not give gardai power to seize vehicles

Galway gardai require more powers of seizure in order to tackle the potentially dangerous presence of rickshaws on the city’s footpaths and streets, the Joint Policing Committee was told this week.

 

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