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Remove penalty point appeals from gardai says Higgins

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Penalty point appeals must be removed from An Garda Síochána and be decided upon by district judges instead.

‘Vile’ killing of foal must be catalyst for action on horses in estates

The horrific killing of a foal on the city’s east side has led to calls for the development of community fields and stables, as a way to tackle the problem of horses in the city, and prevent any more horses coming to serious harm.

Galway takes a ‘quick-step’ towards becoming an age friendly county

Last week, the Menlo Park Hotel hosted an event which saw more than 250 older people from the Galway city, county and islands come together as part of the Age Friendly County programme for Galway.

Gardaí warn of fundraising fraud in Knocknacarra

Gardaí have warned householders to beware of bogus charity collectors following incidents of fraudsters collecting money door to door in Knocknacarra.

Neighbourhood watch schemes to be rejuvenated

Garda Superintendent of Westport, Aiden Foley, said that community alert and neighbourhood watch schemes are to be rejuvenated in the Westport area.

Search for missing man continues

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The search for missing man David Gilligan is continuing, over a week after the Roscommon native was last seen.

Crime figures down despite drop in Garda numbers

Crime figures in the county are down significantly on 2011 according to a new Garda report which was presented to the Joint Policing Committee at County Buildings on Monday.

Mayor lashes city council officials and gardai for not addressing traffic crisis

City Hall and the gardaí need to focus on what can be achieved instead of what cannot be done in dealing with the serious problem of traffic congestion in Galway.

The day war came to Galway

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On Monday morning September 4 1939, the Galway harbour master Capt T Tierney was listening to a radio message from the Norwegian freighter Knute Nelson to say that it was steaming to Galway with 430 survivors from the Athenia, which was sunk by torpedo 250 miles north-west of Inishtrahull Island, off the Donegal coast. There were injuries among the survivors. Many were distressed and suffering from hypothermia. It requested urgent assistance.

Graffiti issue needs to be tackled, says McNelis

Graffiti can be an art form but it can also be plain vandalism, and where it is art it should be encouraged and where it is vandalism it should not be tolerated.

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