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Unsung heroes of Galway lifeboat stations honoured

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Four RNLI Galway volunteers were honoured at awards ceremonies in Dublin and Belfast.

Lough Ree Lifeboat Station celebrating two years

Lough Ree RNLI Lifeboat Station has had another busy year and would like to invite you to celebrate their second year in operation at their open day on June 21 at 12pm.

Support Lough Ree lifeboat this Mayday

The RNLI is calling on the public to give it some welly and support Mayday, the charity’s upcoming fundraising campaign. Members of the public are being asked to buy and wear a yellow welly pin badge or keyring or to hold a welly-themed event to raise funds for their local lifeboat.

Give it some welly for Galway lifeboats

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The RNLI is calling on the public to ‘give it some welly’ and support Mayday, the charity’s upcoming fundraising campaign in Galway.

New lifeboat berth for Aran completes major building project for RNLI

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Volunteer lifeboat crews with Aran Islands RNLI will now be able to launch their all weather Severn Class lifeboat faster following the installation of a 24 metre pontoon.

Galway-based security service Nightguard offers 24-hour monitoring

Are you happy with your security? Are you happy with your alarm being monitored in Dublin, Cork, or elsewhere?

Calls for CCTV cameras for Salthill and Knocknacarra

CCTV cameras should be installed in “trouble spots” in Salthill and Knocknacarra as a way of both tackling and discouraging anti-social behaviour.

Lap Lough Ree for charity

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Ever thought of cycling around Lough Ree? Enjoying the 87km route as you raise funds for RNLI lifeboats?

CCTV has reduced crime by ninety per cent says Burke

Fine Gael councillor Michael Burke told a meeting of the Mayo Joint Policing Committee that since the installation of CCTV in Ballinrobe there has been dramatic drop in crime in the area. Speaking at the committee, Cllr Burke said: “We had CCTV installed in Ballinrobe and we have our neighbourhood watch scheme going. A few weeks ago the Gardai informed me that in the town, crime has fallen by about 90 per cent in the area that’s covered by the scheme. Now, that’s probably the highest drop in crime rate in any part of the country. I want to say thank you to the superintendent in our area who worked very hard with us to get this and I’ve to compliment the county manager who made such substantial funds available to it.”

Shortage of Garda patrol cars at ‘crisis level’, warns Lyons as crime rates increase

The shortage of Garda patrol cars available in the Galway West Garda Division is now at “crisis level” and immediate action is needed to ensure a more visible Garda presence to combat the worrying increase in crime levels in housing estates in the west of the city.

 

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