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Local Sinn Féin spokesperson for Agriculture, Deputy Claire Kerrane, has called on the Government to allow her party’s legislation to establish one authority to manage the River Shannon to be progressed.
James Corballis and Aaron O’Reilly, two trainee crew with the Galway Lifeboat Station, have this week completed their training programme and passed their final assessments which means that they can progress to fully-fledged crew.
Storm Debi may have set new high water levels in Galway last week, but expert analysis shows city and county could have faced floods more than 2ft higher if tides had been at seasonal peaks.
The water safety classes organised by the County Galway Water Safety Committee resume in Leisureland on Sunday January 14.
I remember back in the day before I ever sat behgnd a wheel, an old relative telling me that to always expect a car to come around any bend I approach. That way, nothing takes you by surprise. It's funny how that has stuck with me over the years, even though it might seem like the bleeding obvious.
Applying for a driving licence or learner permit is a fairly straightforward process.
Drivers are being warned of engine fires if they don’t clear fallen leaves from their cars this winter.
A survey of Irish drivers, conducted by German premium tyre manufacturer Continental Tyres, shows that one third (30 percent) of drivers here are either somewhat nervous or very nervous when driving in the rain.
The closing of the lay-bys on motorways by TII flies in the face of their own advice not to drive if you are tired, a Galway TD has warned.
The Lexus RZ is the brand's first globally available all-electric executive model and the latest vehicle to be tested by Euro NCAP.