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43 year old man arrested in Galway on European Arrest Warrant

A man arrested in Galway wanted in the UK was one of nine people brought before the courts on a European Arrest Warrant this...

Judge doesn’t buy musical chairs explanation from drunk driver

A man's explanation that he wasn't the one driving a car that fled Gardaí at speed before crashing, despite jumping out the driver side...

Tributes paid at passing of Patricia Carrick who received state apology over cervical cancer misdiagnosis

Tributes are being paid and sympathies expressed at news of the passing of Cervical Check campaigner Patricia Carrick or Oranmore. The 51 year old woman...

Committee of Inquiry to review citizenship application refusals

The Minister for Justice and Equality Miss Helen McEntee recently announced that a new Committee of Inquiry has been set up to review Irish...

Plans submitted to build 121 homes outside Barna

Plans for a large scale housing development outside of Barna are back before An Bord Pleanála, with planning permission sought for 121 homes. Burkeway Homes...

Prosecution of casino accused of selling alcohol without a licence collapses

A casino operator in Galway City had charges of serving alcohol without a valid liquor licence dropped by the state after the company went...

Turf cutters “hamstrung” by An Bord Pleanala’s indecision

Bord na Mona and ordinary turf cutters are stuck in limbo waiting for An Bord Pleanála to make a decision on peat harvesting a...

Fresh plans in the works for Barna housing development

Plans are once again in the works for a large housing development outside Barna after the High Court overturned previous planning permission. Burkeway Homes is...

CCTV catches burglary at Subway store twice in a week

A Galway city man was caught on CCTV committing burglary at the same Subway store on two separate occasions within a week. Jonathan Cronin (26),...

Government accused of using ‘money message’ to block opposition bills

The government is being accused of using the little known 'money message' rule to block opposition bills which have been passed by the Dáil. The...

Is Galway’s famed Hole in the Wall pub reopening?

The famed and notorious Hole in the Wall pub could be reopening after its closure last April. A new Facebook page for the Hole in...

Apple Athenry data centre saga comes to end

The long running story of Apple's once planned €850 million data centre in Athenry has come to a conclusion as the Supreme Court has...

Galway solicitor suspended for misconduct with client money

A Galway based solicitor has been suspended from practicing law for a year after admitting to misconduct involving client money. The High Court refused the...

Late Bishop of Galway Eamon Casey accused of sexually abusing three women as children

The former Bishop of Galway the late Eamon Casey was accused of sexually abusing three women as children, two of whom received compensation. The Irish...

Head of Saolta Hospital Group sues to stop HSE removing him

The CEO of the Saolta Hospital Group, which includes Galway's public hospitals, is taking a court case against the HSE to prevent it from...

Receiver appointed to shareholder in Galway Clinic dispute

A receiver has been appointed to one of the shareholder companies involved in a bitter dispute about the Galway Clinic. The British lender Glas Trust Corporation...

Struck off Tuam solicitor refused order to refund thousands in excessive fees

A former Tuam solicitor was found guilty of misconduct for charging tens of thousands in unnecessary fees and refusing an order to refund them. Thomas...

Campaigners against ‘Ireland’s biggest environmental threat’ to host city meeting

Campaigners trying to stop what they see as 'Ireland’s biggest and most urgent environmental threat' will be speaking in Galway city this Friday, to...

Mother of child with cerebral palsy takes negligence case against obstetricians

A girl with cerebral palsy would have suffered little or no brain injury if the she had been delivered just a few minutes earlier...

Galway man gets injunction against ex-employer he says defamed him

A Galway man has been granted a High Court injunction against his former employers whom he alleges have defamed him with online statements. Gerard Flannery...

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