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14,000 more uninsured vehicles were on Irish roads in 2019

There were 14,000 more uninsured vehicles on the roads in Ireland last year according to new figures released by the Motor Insurers’ Bureau of...

Motor insurers urged to ensure “level playing field” for Galway customers

An East Galway TD has called on all motor insurers to clarify which discount premiums or refunds will be given to customers in response...

Canney calls for insurers to work “fairly and honestly” with businesses in crisis

Insurers must deal "fairly and honestly" with businesses and business owners who have been affected by the ongoing Covid-19 crisis a Galway TD has...

Claims relating to uninsured drivers drop by 21% in Galway

There was a significant drop in the number of claims relating to uninsured drivers and vehicles in Galway last year according to the latest...

Insurance costs trebling for childcare providers

The insurance crisis has seen costs for many childcare providers triple according to Independent Galway-Roscommon TD Denis Naughten. He said that the difficulty many in...

Galway Community Circus struggling to secure insurance cover ahead of Galway 2020

Galway Community Circus is due to play a key role in Galway 2020, but the group is struggling to secure adequate insurance cover. After months...

Jobs on the line as Galway Community Circus faces closure amid insurance crisis

Twenty jobs could be lost and one of the flagship events for Galway 2020 put at risk at Galway Community Circus due to spiraling...

City councillor says “spiraling childcare costs” not being addressed by government

Fianna Fáil City Councillor, Alan Cheevers, has said the government are not taking any actions to curtail soaring childcare costs, despite claiming to do...

Site chosen for new building of Ballinasloe special needs school facing closure

A preferred site has been chosen for a new building for St. Teresa’s special needs school in Ballinasloe which is facing closure over spiraling...

US software company to create new jobs in Galway

The US based software group Sedgwick will be creating new jobs in Galway as part of a major expansion of its Irish offices. The software...

Minister meets with Galway businesses about rising insurance prices

Minister for Financial Services and Insurance Michael D'Arcy met with Galway business leaders about the cost of insurance on Monday. The Minister was in town...
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