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Councillors say gardai should make more effort to prosecute law-breaking cyclists

Galway city councillors have raised concerns whether enough is being done to tackle offences committed by cyclists in the city.

Gardai confirm €650,000 worth of drugs seized in city last year

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Drugs with an estimated street value of more than €650,000 were seized by gardaí in Galway city for the whole of 2018; while the number of rapes reported increased by 15 per cent.

Athlone GAA host annual festive draw at the Sheraton Hotel

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Galway stands with Ahmadiyya community against Islamophobic attack

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The emergence of racist and neo-Nazi graffiti in Galway has been linked with vandalism on the city's main mosque this week. However the public has stood firm with the Muslim community against any form of Islamophobia, while politicians have condemned the attack as "cowardly" and "dreadful".

Gardaí unveil new approach in crackdown on driving offences

The Garda is varying its approach to checkpoints in a bid to crack down on motoring offences, it was revealed this week.

Rural Galway declines - and no one is shouting stop

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It only seems like yesterday that rural Ireland was standing up to the Dublin 4 diktat. Luke 'Ming' Flanagan was in the Dáil and the Turf Cutters and Contractors Association was waging a crusade which took rural areas by storm. Ming and Michael Fitzmaurice, backed by an able backroom team, were uniting people against the over-centralised Irish State and its masters in Brussels and Berlin.

Paper parking tickets may return to highlight illegal parking in the city

Gardai are considering a return to placing physical tickets on illegally parked vehicles in the city in order to underline the problem of illegal parking, it emerged this week.

City crime drops in first quarter, but assaults and drug possessions increase

Preliminary figures for Galway city show reported crimes dropped by more than a third in the first quarter of this year, though there were increases in a number of categories, most notably drug offences, public order, assault causing harm, and incidents of domestic violence.

 

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