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Two men charged with allegedly forging bills and letters of employment to deceive banks in opening an account have been remanded on continuing bail to appear in court again next month.
The latest report on lending figures from the Central Bank is a damning indictment of the Irish banking system and must act as a wake-up call for the Government, according to Ballinrobe based Fianna Fáil councillor Damien Ryan.
Three artworks celebrating our equestrian heritage will be raffled next week at a fundraising event for a young Galway woman currently undergoing medical treatment in the UK.
A Galway man who is accused of causing criminal damage to a number of banks in the city during the course of two days has been sent forward for trial.
A receiver has been appointed to Greenstar, which operates the massive landfill site at Kilconnell near Ballinasloe with a staff of approximately 15.
Leading student groups, including Free Education for Everyone (FEE) and the Union of Students in Ireland (USI), have attacked the decision of more than 20 third level institutions, including NUIG and GMIT, to agree a student fees loan deal with the Bank of Ireland.
NUI Galway and Bank of Ireland have teamed up to introduce a new college finance loan to students and parents.
A man who took part in a scam by accepting delivery of mobile phones bought with stolen credit card details had been using a false name and identification to get work in a Galway city centre shop after sneaking into the country from Belfast, the Galway District Court heard this week.
A woman from Galway, who lives in Castlebar and teaches in Achill, was convicted and fined at this week’s sitting of Castlebar District Court.
Bank of Ireland Castlebar is holding a Developing Local Enterprise in Mayo Evening on Monday May 21 next at the Harlequin Hotel Castlebar.