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Man accused of rape sent to trial at the Central Criminal Court

A man has been sent forward to trial for the alleged rape of a woman in Galway City last year.

Man sent for trial for alleged rape

A 21 year old man has been sent for trial to the Central Criminal Court for alleged rape committed in 2017. The man, who cannot...

Man jailed for threats to stab, rape, and more

A man who made violent threats to stab, rape, and more to multiple people at businesses in the city has been sentenced to eight...

Solicitor of foster care victims says it’s “not an isolated incident”

Ronan Hynes, the solicitor for two of the three victims of sexual abuse in foster care in Dunmore has said that this was "not...

Tusla acknowledges failings after children raped in Galway foster care

Tusla has acknowledged that child protective services failed to keep safe three children who were raped while in foster care in Galway. Three girls were...

Support Galway Rape Crisis Centre this Flag Day fundraiser

There's just over two weeks to go until the annual Flag Day fundraiser for Galway Rape Crisis Centre and volunteers are needed to shake...

File being prepared for DPP on alleged Connemara sexual assault

A file is being prepared for the Director of Public Prosecutions in connection with the alleged sexual assault of a US student in Connemara...

Gardaí investigating alleged rape of visiting student in Connemara

Gardaí are investigating the alleged rape of a US student out in Tully Cross, Connemara. It's understood that a 19 year old girl is in...

Galway sexual assault treatment unit in line for additional funding

The sexual assault treatment unit is expected to receive a boost in funding in response to increased demand for services. An additional half a million...

Galway mother charged with rape of her own daughter

A Galway woman has been charged with the rape and sexual abuse of her daughter, along with two men accused of raping her two...

Powerful ‘Not Consent’ exhibition to open Sexual Health week at NUI Galway

A sobering exhibition on how our society still too often blames victims of sexual assault and rape for being attacked will open in Galway...

Imprisoned sex offender to be sentenced for Galway rape

A convicted rapist currently serving a prison sentence for the rape of his former partner's daughter has pleaded guilty to also raping his first...

Justice Minister backs Garda forum after dozens of Galway students report sexual assaults

Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan has said that he supports an urgent forum of the Gardaí, Rape Crisis Centres, and Colleges after reports of up...

Nearly 50 students in Galway report being sexually assaulted in six months

Almost 50 students in Galway have reported being the victim of rape or sexual assault in the past six months. Galway Rape Crisis Centre have...

Convicted Galway rapist gets 11 months for not registering as a sex offender

Convicted rapist Garrett Phillips has been given an 11 month sentence for failing to register as a sex offender after being found guilty of...

NUIG professor appointed to scrutinise how Ireland handles rape and sexual assault trials

The Minister for Justice has appointed NUI Galway law lecturer Tom O'Malley to review how sexual assault trials are carried out in Ireland. Minister Flannagan...

Nine out of ten recorded rapes in Ireland end in…nothing

Following on from yesterday's ruling in the high-profile Belfast rape trial - in which four men were cleared of all charges relating to the...
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