Minister for Health, James Reilly has agreed to allow the Emergency Aeromedical Support (EAS) air ambulance based in Custume Barracks to continue for three months while the 12 month pilot scheme is reviewed.
Supported by the Air Corps, an assessment of the service’s first 12 months is due to be completed shortly, at which time the future of the service will be decided.
It is not often enough that audiences leave theatres with a smile on their face and a tear in their eye, but Mikel Murfi’s new show The Man in the Woman’s Shoes is repeatedly having the same effect on audiences throughout the country.
O’Donnellan & Joyce conducted the most remarkably property auction ever held in the west of Ireland when the company placed 29 properties under the auction hammer and sold 27; the remaining two are under an advanced stage of negotiations.
June means a change of pace and a different set of priorities for us in the AA. Traffic is never as bad in the Summer months. Car breakdowns do still happen but they tend to be more scattered through the day and across the country, reflecting travel patterns as many families start to think of summer holidays.