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By: Tuam Herald  05/12/2011

A KILCONLY man who is well known to Tuam Court and Tuam Gardai was warned that if he gets into trouble in the next two years he will be going to prison Packie Devaney of Lissananny has a number of convictions for public order and was before the Court again on November 22 charged with [..]

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MRS Teresa Feely of Feely’s Pharmacy on Dublin Road, Tuam, died in University Hospital Galway on Tuesday morning. Aged 92, Mrs Feely (née Scully, Kilmaine) retired some years ago from the business which is now run by her children John and Noreen. She lived in her home on Dublin Road until her 91st year, and [..]

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By JACQUELINE HOGGE A MINISTERIAL visit with a difference was experienced in Kiltullagh last week when the local national school welcomed back a past pupil to perform the official opening of its new extension. Ciarán Cannon, Minister of State for Training and Skills joined his mother, Marie, a former principal at the school, and the [..]

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AS another week goes by in Transition Year, it’s as busy as ever. Firstly, on behalf of the TY class I would like to thank everyone who came and supported our choir in the Our Schools Got Talent competition final last Saturday in the Radisson Hotel in Galway City. Unfortunately, we did not get through [..]

HOMELESS people are set to benefit from a winter wonderland of sweet treats that will be unveiled at the Ard Rí House Hotel in Tuam this weekend. Santa’s Christmas Village, which will be located in the hotel’s foyer, is made entirely from confectionery and includes a train station with its very own train. *****You need to [..]

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By SIOBHÁN HOLLIMAN MORE than 200 people are expected to attend a public meeting in Glinsk next week, to highlight the increasing fear and frustration regarding the chaos surrounding accident and emergency care for the region. Residents from the areas around Glenamaddy, Glinsk, Creggs, Williamstown and Ballymoe will attend the meeting along with members of [..]

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By SIOBHÁN HOLLIMAN OBJECTIONS have been lodged against a proposal to locate a major children’s outdoor adventure park near Athenry. The significant leisure facility is earmarked for a five-hectare site owned by Roger and Michelle Leggett at Farranablake, on the Athenry-Craughwell road. *****You need to be logged in to see this part of the post. Login [..]

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By JACQUELINE HOGGE A BALLYGAR businessman has become the top-performing member of the Business Network Initiative (BNI) in Ireland following his referral of over €266,000 worth of business to fellow members of the Tuam branch over the past six months. *****You need to be logged in to see this part of the post. Login using the [..]

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THERE will be no happy Valentine’s for a Tuam groom if he can’t come up with €3,500 to pay for toys he stole because he’s been given until that date, February 14, to find the money or go to prison. Tuam Court was told the defendant in the case, Gary Ward, 68 Parkmore, Tuam, was [..]

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IN the November 24 edition of this newspaper in a court report concerning defendant Sean Keaveney of Knickanes, Williamstown, a witness implied in evidence that Mr Keaveney has a conviction for assault. Sean Keaveney has asked us to point out that he has never been convicted of assault. We are happy to make this clarification [..]

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The information in this article was current at 02 Dec 2011


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