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Sixty six homeless in one night looked after by COPE as crisis grows

A local charity which operates services for homeless people provided emergency accommodation for 44 adults and 22 children on one night at the start of this month.

County council adopts homeless action plan to tackle increasing numbers seeking help

The number of homeless people presenting to Galway County Council and other local authorities in the West is increasing with the complexity of cases described as very worrying, necessitating the implentation of a Regional Homeless Action Plan, which will shift the focus from the hostel model to providing a more permanent solution.

Connemara man fails to pay €100 taxi fare after release from prison, court hears

A Connemara man ended up being brought to a Garda station only hours after being released from prison after he failed to pay a taxi driver the €100 fare from Castlerea to Galway.

Chronic wine bottle thief jailed

A Westmeath chronic alcoholic who used up every chance given to him by the court has been jailed for 10 months after continuing to re-offend by nicking bottles of wine from a number of city centre premises and committing public order offences.

Man to serve extra month for keg theft

A 41-year-old homeless man with 58 previous convictions was given an extra month to serve in jail after breaking the conditions of a temporary release order by stealing a keg from a city pub.

Public order offender jailed for four months and ordered to sober up

A homeless man arrested eight times in just three weeks and charged with a plethora of public order offences has been jailed for four months and told to use that time to sober up.

Brothers get nine months for robbing a man on ‘The Line’

Two brothers who robbed a man as he walked along the railway line in Renmore and threatened to cut his throat if he did not comply, have each been sentenced to nine months.

Judge condemns attack carried out by Mayo native on American tourist

The actions of a man and a woman who attempted to rob American tourists, with one courageous tourist being assaulted, have been condemned by a district court judge as it had been terrifying for the visitors and sullies the reputation of Galway as a welcoming city.

Judge condemns city centre attempted robbery of tourists

The actions of a man and a woman who attempted to attempted to rob American tourists, with one courageous tourist being assaulted, have been condemned by a district court judge as it had been terrifying for the visitors and sullies the reputation of Galway as a welcoming city.

Man losing battle with alcohol sent to jail following cider theft

A man with a serious history of alcoholism had a suspended sentence of four months reactivated and received a further one month in jail for thefts of cider when he appeared at Galway District Court this week.

 

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