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Scam victims lost €15.6 million in 2020

The amount of money lost by scam victims last year went up by more than half last year, with a huge jump in the...

Galway man and company named on Tax Defaulters list

There are two Galway names featured on the latest tax defaulters list from the Revenue Commissioners released this week. The Morristown Educational Trust Fund, with...

Three Galway men named in latest tax defaulters list

Three Galway names feature in the latest tax defaulters list from the Revenue covering settlements made in the first three months of this year. In...

Dog clothes and board games were really drugs bound for Galway

More than €60,000 worth of drugs seized by agents of the Revenue this week was bound for delivery to Galway among other locations. On Wednesday,...

Three Galway people and companies on the latest tax defaulters list

Three companies and individuals have been named on the latest tax defaulters list published by the Revenue Commissioners, with the combined settlements of over...

Galway among destinations for €108,000 of cannabis seized at mail centre

Over €100k worth of cannabis has seized by the Revenue at a mail centre, bound for multiple locations including in Galway. Yesterday a detector dog...

€20,000 in drugs bound for Galway seized at Shannon Airport

The Revenue Commissioners seized 1kg of illegal drugs at Shannon Airport this week which were bound for an address in Galway. On Tuesday, 1kg of...

Galway man named on latest tax defaulters list

A Galway man has been named on the latest list of tax defaulters published by the Revenue Commissioners this week. Michael Carr, a milk delivery...

Sports clubs reminded to apply for Texaco Support funding

A reminder has been issued to registered sports clubs that the closing date to apply for funding under the Texaco Support for Sport is...

Palas cinema founders on latest tax defaulters list

The company which started the Palas arthouse cinema project, and later had to pass it off after years of financial issues, has been named...

Staycation tax credit scheme discriminates against older people – Naughten

The government's new scheme to encourage people to staycation and spend money in Irish hospitality businesses discriminates against older people a Galway TD has...

Less than 15,000 receiving Pandemic Unemployment in Galway

There are 800 fewer people receiving Pandemic Unemployment payments in Galway this week, as the numbers claiming COVID-19 benefits continues to drop. The government made...

Pandemic Unemployment claims in Galway fall by 1,800 people

There are 1,800 fewer people in receipt of Pandemic Unemployment payments in Galway this week as the number of people claiming the emergency benefit...

Pandemic Unemployment claimants in Galway drop below 20,000

The number of people on COVID-19 Pandemic Unemployment has fallen below 20,000 after a massive decline in the past week. There are 18,800 people in...

1,500 people come off Pandemic Unemployment in Galway

There are 1,500 fewer people in receipt of pandemic unemployment payments in Galway this week according to the latest government figures. 24,200 people in Galway...

Cannabis worth over €40,000 seized on its way to Galway

Cannabis packages with an estimated street value of more than €40,000 were seized en route to Galway this week. Officers with the Revenue Commissioners seized...

1,400 fewer people in Galway on Pandemic Unemployment this week

There are 1,400 fewer people on Pandemic Unemployment payments in Galway this week than last according to new figures. Data from the Department of Social...

32,000 people now on Pandemic Unemployment Payment in Galway

There are now 32,000 people in receipt of the Pandemic Unemployment Payment in Galway with the addition of 400 new people this week. In total...

Fitzmaurice claims Wage Subsidy rule hurting small businesses

Employers are being deemed ineligible for the Wage Subsidy Scheme and forced to cut ties with workers due to a "technicality" in the rules...

Tourism and hospitality sectors need help to survive coronavirus crisis – Canney

Ireland's tourism and hospitality sectors, and the many businesses therein, need help from the government to survive the coronavirus pandemic a Galway TD has...

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