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THE OVER The Edge readings are back! Covid-19 has prevented the city's popular literary institution from taking place in the city library, but Digital technology is facilitating its return next month.
Local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten, has called on the Government to immediately activate financial assistance schemes for farmers, families and businesses impacted upon by the serious flooding within the Shannon basin.
Study seeks people who experienced medical GP errors
Galway city councillors have raised concerns whether enough is being done to tackle offences committed by cyclists in the city.
A Ballyhaunis-based councillor outlined this week the harrowing experiences that a number of recent burglary victims in his area have reported to him in recent months.
On UN International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances, the Irish Council for Civil Liberties (ICCL) has called on the State to ensure that family members of children who were forcibly disappeared, either through forced adoption or unidentified burials while in institutional care, are given information about the children’s fate and whereabouts.
The man in his 20s who had been detained at Claremorris Garda Station in relation to the death of Joseph Deacy in Swinford on August 12, 2017 was released without charge last night. A file will be prepared for The Director of Public Prosecutions.
May has arrived and Galway is still experiencing dreadful bouts of rain, wind, and cold.
A house in Hazel Park in Newcastle was broken into on Friday night, April 27, and a considerable number of personal and electrical items were taken.
A house in Creggpark, Abbey, Loughrea, was broken into last week.