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The true cost of fertility treatment

Galway Fertility Clinic boasts exceptional success rates, when compared with both Irish and European clinics, making it a centre of excellence in the fertility arena. There are only three fertility sub-specialists in Ireland, with two of those now based at Galway Fertility Clinic.

Galway Fertility Clinic celebrates twenty-one years

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This year Galway Fertility Clinic turns 21, along with many of its first babies.

268 enumerators to be recruited in Galway

268 enumerators are to be employed in Galway for the duration of next April’s Census collection, it has been confirmed by the Central Statistics Office.

Detox and rejuvenate weekend retreat -  November 6 to 8 at the Bog Hill Centre Co Clare

Do you ever feel like you just need some time out to focus on you and where your life is really going? 

Remembering babies who have died

A service of remembrance for babies who died around the time of birth will take place on Sunday at 3pm at the Church of the Holy Family, Mervue.

Migrant children less likely to attend university because of education system

The headline on last week’s story ‘NUI Galway study shows non-migrant children have less chance of college’ contained a typographical error and should have read ‘migrant children.’

Joe Schmidt kicks ageing into touch in Westmeath

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Home Instead Senior Care is calling on older people across Westmeath to ‘age loudly’ in 2014 with the launch of their new edition of Senior Citizen: The Essential Guidebook, a survival guide to ageing in Ireland.

A List-er anti-ageing treatment now available in Galway

Award season is well and truly upon us with the BAFTA’s taking place only a few days ago and the biggest awards of all, the Oscars, taking place in LA this weekend.

Anti-wrinkle injectables could be the ‘little extra help’ you need

Therapie Clinic, Galway, is bringing Dr Mark Hamilton, who specialises in anti-wrinkle injectables, to its clinic on Wednesday and Thursday, February 26 and 27.

Asylum support group gets funding

A voluntary group that helps 250 asylum seekers living in The Old Convent, Ballyhaunis, is to get EU funding of almost €90,000.

 

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