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Conneely threatens no confidence vote over Lesiureland

An ultimatum has been given to the Lesiureland management that it either re-open the facility in October or face a vote of no confidence.

Swimming clubs fear Leisureland to stay closed until 2015

Leisureland swimming pool will remain closed to the public until October or November, meaning Galway’s summing clubs are set for another nine months of having to suspend classes.

Fifteen Galway community groups receive €91,000 funding from IPB Insurance

Irish mutual insurer, IPB Insurance, has recently announced that 15 Galway-based community groups are among the recipients of their Youth and Community Fund.

Call to ‘name and shame’ tardy hospital consultants fails

A call to “name and shame” local hospital consultants who are costing the HSE West millions of euros by failing to sign off on private health insurance claims has been rejected by the health authority.

New website to help policyholders who experience property loss or damage

DM Claim Consultants has recently launched its new website dmclaims.ie.

New website to help policyholders who experience property loss or damage

DM Claim Consultants has recently launched its new website dmclaims.ie.

Bill for storm damage and repairs to rise by €135,000

As storms continue to bombard Galway city and coastline the bill for the cost of repairs, continues to rise with an extra €135,000, on top of the original estimation of €1.3 million, needed to reinstate and improve rock armour.

Government to enforce offences for car clocking and write-offs

The Minister of Transport, Leo Varadkar, is moving to deal with two issues that have been a dark shadow over the motor industry for a long time. The offences of car mileage clocking and write-offs returning to the road, perpetrated by a small number in the Irish motor industry, are at long last having their actions legislated for, with legal sanctions being put in place.

Government to enforce offences for car clocking and write-offs

The Minister of Transport, Leo Varadkar, is moving to deal with two issues that have been a dark shadow over the motor industry for a long time. The offences of car mileage clocking and write-offs returning to the road, perpetrated by a small number in the Irish motor industry, are at long last having their actions legislated for, with legal sanctions being put in place.

Bill to repair city storm damage could top €1.3 million

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The bill for reinstating the city’s coastline and Leisureland in Salthill to its pre-storm condition will come to more than €1.3 million, according to a preliminary estimate of costs which was presented at the Galway City Council meeting on Monday.

 

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