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Circuit court to hear more than eighty repossession cases today

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Galway Circuit Court will today hear 82 repossession cases of principal home dwellings and buy-to-let properties. The Galway Housing Action Group will hold a rally outside the courts at 12 noon to highlight the situation of homelessness, repossessions, and evictions.

Teenager charged in connection with Athlone shooting is released on bail

A 17-year-old boy appeared in court in Longford on Tuesday this week charged in connection with a shooting incident that took place in Athlone on Saturday night, November 18.

Disability and older persons services and information event

It is that time of year again. Westmeath Community Development will host its annual Disability and Older Persons Services and Information event in The Mullingar Park Hotel on Monday, December 4 between 11am and 2pm.

The death penalty and The Exonerated

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THE EXONERATED, hailed as “an artful and moving evening of documentary theatre” by Variety, in its examination of the lives and experiences of six people exonerated from death row, has its first staging in Galway this month.

Referendum will be about human rights

Dear Editor,

It’s time to repeal the Eighth - women are counting on you to vote pro-choice

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Since its introduction into our Constitution, the Eighth Amendment has been a serious issue of contention. For many years, women and men have fought for its removal and for reproductive rights in Ireland.

Price sensitive for first time buyer

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Not everyone will want a semidetached suburban home, and Long Meadow is the perfect option for those seeking a convenient detached house at a great starter price.

Stop breaking your promises and join Educogym today

How many times have you made a promise to yourself that your new health regime starts next week? If we’re honest, we all make these promises from time to time, but all too often we allow life to get in the way and convince ourselves that we are too busy to commit.

Increase in minimum wage will benefit lower paid workers – Burke

The Low Pay Commission is recommending an increase to the minimum wage of 30 cents, bringing it to €9.55 per hour.

Arrests for drink driving in 2017 are now up 10pc

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New data from An Garda Síochána on arrests from drink driving indicates that between January and April this year there was an increase of 18 per cent in the number of arrests for driving under the influence (DUI), compared with the same period in 2016.

 

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