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Farrell demands 'more gardaí on the beat' to tackle anti-social behaviour on city's east side

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It is "madness" that a new major Garda HQ for Galway has opened on the east side of the city, but there are "deep anti-social problems" causing distress to people in areas "within a few minutes drive of it".

Boxer’s key Housing Bill progressing towards formal adoption status

A Housing Bill, initiated by local Minister of State, Kevin ‘Boxer’ Moran, aimed at helping distressed mortgage holders has passed committee stage in the Oireachtas.

Falling numbers in Army has ‘reached crisis point’ says Grealish

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The problem of retaining personnel in the Defence Forces has “reached crisis point”, according to Galway West Independent TD Noel Grealish, who also alleged the root of the problem lay in the Department of Defence, and not within the army itself.

Waiting for answers, waiting for direction...

What a deep sadness lies over Co Mayo. One can only imagine the devastation felt by the families of the two missing men from the aircraft at Black Sod and Blackrock.

Loss, memory, life, and hope - all in a week’s work

I hope you had an opportunity to enjoy the last four or five days of beautiful sunshine. It was amazing and, really, I hope you had more than a few minutes to yourselves to appreciate the welcome spring weather.

Crossmolina centenary parade puts out call families of veterans

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The organisers of the Crossmolina 1916 centenary parade have put a call out to all family members of 1916- 1921 volunteers, past and current serving members of An Garda Síochana, Prision Officers, Army, Navy, and Air Corps from the north Mayo area to come along and parade in their uniform in their celebration.

Week of contrast as violence and celebrations erupt

In the past seven days we have had the most contrasting pictures of Ireland. In Dublin we have witnessed the dreadful murders between feuding gangs. Murders it seems carried out without any worry of danger or of being apprehended.

Local family secure €60,000 in damages after son was removed by gardaí

An Athlone-based Roma family whose two-year-old blond son was removed by gardaí, in what their lawyer described as a case of “hysterical” and “overzealous” policing, has secured €60,000 damages under a settlement of their legal action.

 

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