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May has arrived and Galway is still experiencing dreadful bouts of rain, wind, and cold.
Gardai have issued a warning following several reports of people receiving requests for personal information over the phone and via email.
The public have been warned to be on the alert for a major phone scam that has been ongoing over the past while. The crooks involved are ringing people, who will hear distressed screaming or shouting in the background. The line then goes dead. If the number is called back, it can drain the victim's phone of top-up credit, or add a large fee to the phone bill.
The voting stage of the Best of Midlands awards is coming to an end at midnight, April 28. It’s important to show your support for local businesses by taking a few minutes out to log on to www.bestofmidlands.com before Monday and show your appreciation for your favourite businesses across the Midlands.
ISME, the Irish Small and Medium Enterprises Association, has issued a warning to all businesses to be extremely vigilant, particularly during the holiday period, as international fraudsters are targeting the Irish enterprise community.
Bookkeeper Eamon Ward gives helpful suggestions on how small to medium businesses can gain valuable customers in a month
Gardaí in Galway have warned people not to respond to letters stating they have won the French Euromillions following reports of a number of such letters in Galway in recent weeks.
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An immigrant father-of-one involved in a “phishing” scam on a Kilkenny bank customer has escaped jail after Judge Desmond Hogan gave him a suspended sentence at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court.
There is a growing movement - or, more accurately, a growing feeling - that the day of the election poster is coming to an end. If it is though, what might replace it?