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# Tuam

Last month
April 2024
‘Sign of the times’: Two dioceses in the West to lose Bishops as part of Church restructuring
This year
Galway councillor and former TD Colm Keaveney accused of driving under the influence of cocaine
Debunked: No media 'blackout' on reporting clash in Tuam, as rumours and footage spread online
Last year
Excavation of Tuam mother and baby home site one step closer as Advisory Board is chosen
16-year-old boy dies in hospital after falling from tractor in Co Galway last week
Pilgrims urged to 'take care' as thousands prepare for Croagh Patrick climb
Red Cross envoy appointed to oversee excavation and exhumation at Tuam mother and baby home
Tuam mother and baby home site will finally be excavated after Director is appointed next month
All time
Man, 20s, dies in single-vehicle crash in Co Galway
'Five grand can't give me my son back': Mother and Baby Home survivors hit out at redress plans
Redacted Lives: Final episode explores redress and plans to excavate Tuam mother and baby home site
Redacted Lives: Listen to the third episode of our new documentary series here
Recruitment launched for Director who will oversee excavation of Tuam mother and baby home site
Redacted Lives: How boys robbing apples, and a local historian, uncovered a dark part of Irish history
'These were babies, not numbers': New website documents deaths in mother and baby homes
Man arrested after gardaí seize €60,000 worth of cocaine in Tuam
'This isn't justice': Relatives criticise fact Bessborough site won't be excavated like Tuam
Campaigner criticises Government’s exhumation plans at Tuam mother and baby site
'Two babies from one family, gone': Tusla unable to locate records despite 'extensive' search
'Where is she?': Survivor of Tuam home discovers he has a second sister with no burial record
Independent office to lead excavation of Tuam Mother and Baby Home site
Tuam mother and baby home site to be excavated after President signs Burials Bill into law
Long-awaited bill passed to allow excavation of remains found in Tuam
Gardaí appealing for witnesses following collision in Tuam yesterday
Burials Bill: New law will allow for Tuam mother and baby home and other sites to be excavated
Burials Bill will be published today, paving the way for Tuam site to finally be excavated
Long-awaited Burials Bill to be published next week
Tuam site may finally be excavated in 2022 - five years after 'significant' human remains found
Gardaí charge eight people in connection to 'violent disorder' at a funeral
UN experts warn Burials Bill may 'create obstacles' to examining deaths at Mother & Baby Homes
'Four years on and still no action': Call for Tuam mother and baby home site to be excavated
One arrested and seven injured after violent altercation at Galway graveyard
Man (40s) rushed to Beaumont hospital after assault in Tuam
'Yet another blow to survivors': Women get few answers as Commissioner defends report
DNA testing for Mother and Baby Home sites could include 'aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews'
Army bomb disposal make safe a viable explosive device found in Tuam
Bessborough survivor says more women 'will die not knowing if their child is rotting in a septic tank'
'Is she dead or alive?': Call for inquests into deaths at mother and baby homes
Galway County Council 'profoundly sorry' for failing those at Tuam mother and baby home
'We did not live up to our Christianity': Bon Secours apologises for Tuam mother and baby home