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City council traffic wardens hand out an average of forty parking fines per day

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The Galway City Council collected more than half a million euro in revenue from parking fines last year. Figures released by the local authority show that 14,683 parking tickets were issued by traffic wardens around the city in 2014. That equates to an average of just over 40 tickets per day.

Despite scourge, no dog fouling fines issued in Mullingar last year

Not a single fine was issued to a dog owner last year on foot of a dog fouling detection.  

Parents urged to stop parking illegally at Scoil Caithriona

Motorists who park on double yellow lines on the main road at Scoil Caithriona in Renmore, will face parking tickets and fines, unless they start using the nearby carpark.

Coralstown illegal dumping not council’s responsibility

A recent spate of illegal dumping, or fly-tipping, in a Coralstown townland which drew complaints from residents and ramblers is not the responsibility of the county council. This was confirmed by a spokesperson this week because “as far as we’re concerned, this is private property”.

Walkers discover dumped dead dogs inhumanly killed

Four dead dogs found abandoned along a rural laneway in the Kilbannon area of Tuam recently had all been shot at close range in an inhuman attempt to put them down.

Woman landed €300 for cigarette litter

A woman who threw a cigarette butt from her car has been fined €300 at a recent sitting of Mullingar District Court.

Anger over vandalism to new playground

A young mother has called on the local authority to provide CCTV cameras or a patrol person to watch over Mullingar’s newest children’s park after weeks of vandalism at the facility.

Council needs tough policy to stamp out dumping says Connolly

A policy must be put in place that tolerates zero dumping in any estate, as protecting residential amenities and the health and safety of child should be the priority.


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