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Gardai are continuing their efforts to track down the culprits who left a parish priest tied up and in fear during an aggravated burglary at a parochial house in Caherlistrane at the weekend.
The local members of the Vintners’ Federation, as well as retailers, have been praised by the gardai for doing their part to ensure that the St Patrick’s Day celebrations were enjoyed in a peaceful and well behaved manner.
Concerns that the riotous scenes of previous years could be repeated, or even surpassed, have abated somewhat after Galway gardai confirmed the majority of students taking part in this year’s ‘unofficial’ Rag Week celebrations have been behaving themselves.
Crowe hits out at lack of gardaí on the streets despite increased Garda focus on night-time policing
Gardaí have confirmed this week that a new rostering system introduced earlier this month has allowed the Garda Síochána to target resources, meaning that more gardaí are on the streets at peak times. However Cllr Michael Crowe has this week hit out at the apparent lack of gardaí on the city’s streets at night.
Galway gardai are continuing their efforts to establish the identity of a body found washed up on the rocks of a Lettermullen beach last week with assistance now being sought from international police organisation Interpol.
A Inverin shop manager was left ‘traumatised’ but uninjured following a terrifying ordeal in which he was kidnapped at gunpoint, forced to open the safe of the shop, and left tied up as the culprit fled.
With the final curtain getting ready to come down on the Galway Arts Festival this weekend organisers are already describing the two weeks of top-class music, theatre, art, and comedy as a success, with managing director John Crumlish describing the 2011 festival as a “vintage year”.
A sight-seeing trip turned into tragedy for two tourists after their motorcycle was in collision with a car on sharp country road bend.
The investigation into an alleged serious assault of a British woman during the Bank Holiday weekend is continuing with a man still being held for questioning last night and an appeal for two taxi drivers to come forward with information.
The future of the re-branded College Week is in the balance as a number of arrests were made this week with residents and emergency services under attack by projectile bottles and students exhibiting some shocking anti-social behaviour.