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Gardaí investigating the murder of Sandra Collins are renewing their appeal for information on the 20th anniversary of her disappearance.
A 37 per cent increase in the recording of domestic disputes by the gardai for this year has been described as frightening by Deputy Catherine Connolly.
The newly established Mayo Divisional Protective Service Unit (DPSU) commenced this week.
Fears that the Government will impose a county-wide lockdown on Galway have, throughout this week, hardened to a resigned certainty, after hundreds of students congregated in the Spanish Arch area in defiance of public health guidelines and social distancing requirements.
The Mayor and Chief Executive of Galway City Council convened an emergency virtual meeting on Tuesday morning of various agencies and interested parties in response to the incidents that occurred in Galway City on Monday night.
Community activists are calling on Galway City Council to honour pre-Covid budgetary commitments to substantially increase labour and financial resources in the city’s parks, as well as to immediately implement the lessons learnt from the lockdown that safe well-maintained biodiversity-rich urban green and blue spaces are vital to people’s health and that of the planet.
Since being expanded last December, the Divisional Drugs Taskforce from the Mayo Garda Division has seized €1.2 million worth of suspected drugs, along with €30,000 worth of counterfeit currency and €12,500 in cash in the county.
Following an operation by Athlone Gardaí supported by the Garda Air Support Unit a house was searched by Athlone Gardaí at 8pm on the May 24 at Fardrum, Athlone on foot of a warrant under Section 26 (Cultivation) Misuse of Drugs Act 1977/84.
Gardaí in Mayo with the assistance of the National Garda Dog Unit have seized approximately €14,500 worth of suspected cannabis (pending analysis) in Ballyhaunis.
Helping people to stay at home is the new role of Local Link Mayo rural transport services.