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Galway families face surge in health insurance costs warns Kitt

Galway families could see their health insurance soar by a further 30 per cent under new legislation being introduced by the Health Minister James Reilly.

Fire charge to be paid in all but exceptional circumstances

Athlone residents are being advised to check their insurance policies to ensure they are covered for the local authority fire service call-out charge.

Seven per cent of Irish drivers have had damage done by an uninsured driver

No-one likes paying bills especially when they are compulsory. Motor insurance is a classic grudge purchase. It is resented and resisted. People tend not to have any loyalty to a particular company and will do whatever they can to lower the cost.

Seven per cent of Irish drivers have had damage done by an uninsured driver

No-one likes paying bills especially when they are compulsory. Motor insurance is a classic grudge purchase. It is resented and resisted. People tend not to have any loyalty to a particular company and will do whatever they can to lower the cost.

Case adjourned for more similar charges following guilty plea

A Claremorris man who pleaded guilty to a charge of driving without insurance had his sentencing adjourned till a later date following the emergence that he was facing similar charges in the coming months at a different court.

Fire brigade call out charges a bad idea

There have been a couple of occasions in my life when I have had to call the fire brigade. Not often, thank God, but often enough to know that when you need them you are likely to need them badly.

Fire brigade call out charges a bad idea

There have been a couple of occasions in my life when I have had to call the fire brigade. Not often, thank God, but often enough to know that when you need them you are likely to need them badly.

Letter from Australia

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I was interested in the following letter from Leonard McDonnell, about his father and grandfather. His grandfather, Petie Joe McDonnell, born in Leenane, worked as a coach builder with Kilroys of Newport, before joining the Irish Volunteers in 1914. He had good military instincts, and was well regarded by the Dublin IRA. In March 1921 he was appointed OC Western Connemara Brigade. Pádraic Ó Máille served under him. While on the run he married Matilda (Tilly) Kilroy. They had eight children. He took the anti Treaty side during the Civil War. During World War II he served as a captain in the Irish Army. Afterwards he worked in the insurance business in Galway, and died in the city in 1967.

Westmeath’s €675 fire call-out is at top end of scale

The fee of €675 for a fire brigade call-out in Westmeath is at the higher end of the scale, according to a recent survey of fire authorities across the country.

Connemara becomes battlefield in Tan war

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