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Man seeks return of money though not gadgets taken in raid

A street trader seeking the return of €2,500 seized in a police raid lost some sympathy in court this week (December 11) when it was revealed he made no such move for a laptop and satnav taken at the same time.

Spending on agency staff in HSE west area soars by twenty one per cent in first quarter

Spending on agency staff in the HSE west area has increased by 21 per cent in the first quarter of this year when compared with the first quarter of 2012. In the first four months of 2013 HSE West spent €5.275 million employing agency staff compared to €4.354 million for the same period in 2012.

Council has ‘no plans’ to link household charge with third-level grants

The Galway County Council has “no plans” to ask third-level grant applicants to prove they - or their parents - have paid the household charge.

Pothole related damage down year on year

After a mild winter, damage to vehicles in Ireland as a result of potholes is down on last year, according to an AA poll of more than 20,000 people.

Pothole related damage down year on year

After a mild winter, damage to vehicles in Ireland as a result of potholes is down on last year, according to the results of an AA poll of more than 20,000 people.

Pothole related damage down year on year

After a mild winter, damage to vehicles in Ireland as a result of potholes is down on last year, according to the results of an AA poll of more than 20,000 people.

Coady is a class act all around

In 2004 as All Ireland weekend approached the Mayo senior football management discussed the option of getting in a guest speaker to have a chat with the footballers before we lined out against Kerry. Certain individuals were suggested. . . the usual suspects from the various codes of sport. In recent times lots of teams have used big stars/names as they seek to gain the edge on match day. The likes of Roy Keane, Bernard Dunne and Keith Wood have all being invited to provide words of wisdom and reassurance on the eve of big matches. We invariably hear about the wonderful job these guys did if, and only if, the team manages to go on and achieve victory.

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From Wednesday to Monday August 3-8, the Feakle Traditional Music Festival will celebrate its 24th year with a vibrant programme of Traditional music, song, and dance.

Galway could be be ‘managerless’ for six months

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Galway City Council could be without a manager for up to six months once the current incumbent Joe MacGrath leaves to take up his new position as North Tipperary County Manager.

Architects slam Galway’s planning process

Galway City Council’s planning department is one of the five worst in the country, according to a new survey by the Royal Institute of Architects.

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