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MAN TO APPEAR IN ROSCOMMON COURT OVER GLENAMADDY DEATH

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Date Published: 16-Dec-2008

A 45 year old man will appear in court in the next hour in connection with the death of Frank Fahey in Glenamaddy yesterday.

The 20 year old from O’ Keefe Park, Glenamaddy, died at Roscommon Hospital at 2.30am yesterday from suspected stab wounds received in an altercation at the Square in Glenamaddy an hour earlier.

Another man was treated in hospital for his injuries which were not life threatening.

A 45 year old Scottish man was arrested shortly after the incident and was questioned at Tuam Garda Station.

The investigation was upgraded to murder after a post mortem was carried out on the victim.

A man is due to appear at Roscommon District Court in the next hour charged in connection with Frank Fahy’s death.

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Galway has country’s largest population of young people

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Date Published: 07-May-2013

Galway has a population of young people which is more than twice the national average.

According to information gathered by the Central Statistics Office, Galway’s population of 20 to 24 year olds is more than twice the national average.

The number of 25-34 year olds in Galway is also more than the norm nationally, with the two main colleges thought to be the main reason.

However immigration in Galway is much higher than in other areas at 19.4 percent, compared to the national average of 12 percent.

 

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Call for direct donations to city charity shops

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Date Published: 07-May-2013

A city councillor is encouraging people to donate goods directly to charity shops.

It follows allegations of thefts from clothes banks in Galway and across the country in recent months.

However, cameras are in place at some clothes banks and surveillance is carried out by local authorities.

Speaking on Galway Talks, Councillor Neil McNeilis said the problem of theft from clothes banks is widespread.

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Galway ‘Park and Ride’ could become permanent

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Date Published: 07-May-2013

A park ‘n’ ride scheme from Carnmore into Galway city could become a permanent service if there is public demand.

That’s according to the Chief Executive of Galway Chamber of Commerce, Michael Coyle.

The pilot scheme will begin at 7.20 next Monday morning, May 13th.

Motorists will be able to park cars at the airport carpark in Carnmore and avail of a bus transfer to Forster Street in the city.

Buses will depart every 20 minutes at peak times and every 30 minutes at offpeak times throughout the day, at a cost of 2 euro per journey.

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