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Operation Slow Down this Bank Holiday weekend

From 7am on Friday May 31 to 7am on Saturday June 1, An Garda Síochána, along with other stakeholders, will run Operation Slow Down. The objectives of the operation are to raise awareness of the dangers of inappropriate and excessive speed, reduce the number of speed related collisions, and therefore save lives and reduce injuries on our roads.

Operation Slow Down this weekend

From 7am on Friday May 31 to 7am on Saturday June 1, An Garda Síochána, along with other stakeholders, will run Operation Slow Down. The objectives of the operation are to raise awareness of the dangers of inappropriate and excessive speed, reduce the number of speed related collisions, and therefore save lives and reduce injuries on our roads.

New road safety strategy won’t be exciting but will be important

This week the RSA will be publishing the latest Road Safety Strategy for Ireland. It will run for seven years taking us up to 2020.

Reducing Garda Traffic Corps is a ‘short-sighted retrograde action’ says Cuddy

Reducing the size of the Garda Traffic Corps “is a short-sighted and retrograde step” that will have a “detrimental effect on policing across the country”.

Cutting Garda resources will see road deaths increase - Higgins

Jim Higgins MEP for Ireland North West has warned that unless there are increased numbers of gardaí patrolling roads, the record low number of deaths recorded for 2011 will not be achieved again in 2012.

The Soap Box – A regular column in which readers tell us about what matters to them....

Since the Road Safety Strategy 2007 to 2012 was introduced in 2007, road deaths have dropped by 50 per cent. When compared to the year before the introduction of the first ever road safety strategy in 1998, deaths have fallen by 59 per cent.

Army HQ should be in Mullingar - Cllr Dollard

Local councillor Mick Dollard has said he believes Columb Barracks in Mullingar would be a more appropriate home for the 4th Western Brigade than its current headquarters in Athlone’s Custume Barracks.

City councillors - all revved up with nowhere to go

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Monday’s emergency Galway City Council meeting to tackle traffic congestion had a lot in common with the gridlock that it aspired to solve - it was stop-start, slow-moving, tempers became frayed, and after four hours you realised that you hadn’t actually got anywhere.

Road safety debate on CRC FM

The topical matter of road safety will be be the subject of debate on the Saturday Forum programme on CRC 102.9fm this weekend from 11.30am when presenter Stephen Burns will talk with guests Noel Brett, chief executive, Road Safety Authority, Sergeant Donie Duignan, Garda Traffic Corps, and Noel Gibbons, road safety officer, Mayo County Council.

Foróige course shows Co Galway youth importance of farm safety

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Learning to operate and run farm machinery properly and safely is an important part of life for young people in rural areas, and last weekend saw Foróige provide just such skills to Gort youths.

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