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A new motoring survey has found that one in two car owners in Ireland upgrade their car every five years.
Galway-based company Orreco, which has worked with Olympic athletes and elite professional sports teams around the world, has recently been nominated for the prestigious DatSci Awards.
A new motoring survey has found one in two car owners in Ireland upgrade their car every five years.
GPBuddy.ie, the online resource for GPs in Ireland, is calling on GPs and members of the public in Westmeath to submit their nominations for this year’s GPBuddy National GP Awards.
Galway United travel to the Carlisle Grounds for another vital SSE Airtricity League premier division encounter against Bray Wanderers tomorrow evening.
The Mayo Healthy Reading Scheme was recently launched at Castlebar Library. This joint initiative by the HSE and Mayo County Council Library Services aims to promote the availability of a wide variety of self help books on a range of common psychological, emotional, and parenting issues. A total of 88 books are available free to all library members at the various library branches throughout the county. Topics covered include bereavement, depression, relationship problems, parenting issues, and self esteem. Some of the books available include Children and Bullying, Overcoming Depression, Overcoming Childhood Trauma, The Mindful Way Through Depression, and Parent Power. All of the books have been recommended by health professionals.
Orreco, the city-based sports and data science company, will up scale its operations in Galway and the United States following a two million dollar series A investment from Silicon Valley-based venture firm True Ventures.
The Mayo Intercultural Action (MIA) project of South West Mayo Development Company welcomes the news of the temporary hosting of 80 Syrian refugees in the west of Ireland in the neighbouring county Roscommon. The Emergency Reception and Orientation Centre in Ballaghdereen will open to temporarily accommodate refugees after their relocation from Greece to Ireland. The residents will receive initial supports, English language and induction to living in Ireland. After a six month period, as expected, these families will be further resettled across Ireland to independent living.
NUI Galway’s School of Psychology, with the support of Cancer Care West is currently recruiting people with persistent fatigue who have completed cancer treatment at least three months ago.
The length of time it takes a patient to see a GP in the west is rapidly increasing year on year, according to a survey of Connacht GPs carried out by the National Association of General Practitioners (NAGP).