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Contracts have been signed for the construction a new Garda Divisional Headquarters, opposite Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology in Murrough, and work is expected to begin shortly.
In 1640, on the site of this barracks, there was a three storey slated house to the front, and a one storey thatched house to the back. It was owned by Oliver Dean, an Irish papist. In 1657 it was owned by John Peters, an English Protestant, and was called Peter’s Plot.
The Galway Study Centre will offer two weeks of intensive revision during the Easter holiday period. Leaving Cert revision will take place during the first week of the holidays, from Monday March 31 to Saturday April 4, while the Junior Cert classes will be held from Tuesday April 7 to Saturday April 11. In addition, during the second week, a strictly supervised study programme will be available to Leaving Cert students.
Galway’s ranking in the national litter league tables, published by IBAL this week, has been branded “poor” with the city coming in 34th among the 40 urban areas surveyed. The city has plummeted from 21st place in the previous IBAL survey and only just managed to hold on to its grade of being clean to European norms.
The Galway Study Centre will be offering one week of intensive revision classes, from Monday December 29 and until Saturday January 3. This will be the 30th annual Christmas revision course to take place at the study centre.
The future of Salthill Garda Station is secure as there is “no intention” on the part of either the Garda Commissioner or the Minister for Justice to close the station.
A war of words has broken out between Fine Gael and Independent Galway West TD Noel Grealish over claims that Salthill Garda Station will be closed down within the next two years.
The west side of Galway city and western Connemara region will be left without a dedicated Garda presence as Salthill Garda Station faces imminent closure.
Croí na Gaillimhe is located in the heart of Galway city but its work goes very much to the heart of the Galway community. It was founded in 2009 and is based in Maureen O’Connell House, 1 Mill Street,
The Galway Study Centre at Mill Street, as part of its August summer programme, will be offering courses in Leaving Cert mathematics (algebra, differentiation, and trigonometry) and Leaving Cert English (paper 1) from next Monday, August 18. The centre has consistently provided an excellent learning experience to students for more than 30 years. A team of experienced and enthusiastic teachers maintain a superb teaching reputation and strive continually to help students achieve the best possible grades so they can reach their true academic potential.