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It is all about the customer at Blackberry Hearing

Do you know that one in three people aged older than 65 in Ireland have a significant or disabling hearing loss?

Leo delivers first speech and our rugby stars soar

Well, so much happened in the last week, and most of it during the weekend.

Making it in the global village

The CAO online application system has just recently opened, bringing many students to that critical juncture regarding decisions about their life path. Those who are considering apprenticeships, post Leaving Cert courses (PLCs), private colleges, and gap years still have time to mull over their options while they prepare for exams. Students who are seeking to enter programmes in a wide range of disciplines, in systems where entry requirements are low, need to make those big decisions soon.

It is all about the customer at Blackberry Hearing

Do you know that one in three people aged older than 65 in Ireland have a significant or disabling hearing loss?

Katie triumphs as Catalan independence appears lost

Well, we had great news earlier this week with our very own Katie Taylor being crowned World Boxing Champion.

Referendum will be about human rights

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United's premiership survival heading to the wire

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Retaining SSE Airtricity League premier division status remains the aim for Galway United, who face another critical encounter against Limerick FC at the Markets Field tomorrow evening (7.45pm).

Ophelia brings both tragedy and heroism

Well, the story of the week was Ophelia. By the way, I looked up Ophelia and it comes from a Greek word meaning “help” – very appropriate, I think. Of course, it also was the name of Hamlet’s doomed lover in the play by Shakespeare.

Considering the value of the Eighth Amendment - Ireland’s right to life amendment

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I remember very well when I first got involved in the pro-life movement. I was at an information stand on Societies day in NUI, Galway and a second-year student approached me. She said, ‘Please tell people that it’s not the answer’. She had been through abortion. It was offered to her as a ‘choice’ that would liberate her but instead had caused her significant suffering. It’s distressing that her voice and the voice of many other women like her are not given a hearing during this debate. They deserve better.

International cancer trial seeking cure for leukaemia opens in University Hospital Galway

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To coincide with Cancer Week (September 25 to October 1), Cancer Trials Ireland has announced the opening of the Irish arm of an international cancer trial at University Hospital Galway investigating promising cures for leukaemia

 

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