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The provision of 87 new homes in Galway for elderly people and those with intellectual or physical disability will greatly benefit these individuals and their families, according to Fine Gael TD John O’Mahony.
Award-winning skin expert Pauline Cawley is just back from the prestigious International Institute of Anti Ageing awards in London.
I am a big fan of Vichy products since I started using them a year ago so I was delighted last month when I was invited by Tina McHale from the Vichy counter at Stauntons Pharmacy on Main Street Castlebar to give their latest product, Vichy’s new Liftactiv Supreme, a try and see how I got on with it.
A Mayo based employment and disability organisation has launched an ambitious project to encourage 50 Irish employers to commit to offering one job to a person with disability by April 2015.
The IASE, a national organisation headquartered in Belmullet which promotes equal employment opportunities for people with disabilities and other disadvantaged groups, is celebrating 20 years of leading the way when it comes to developing more inclusive workplaces.
A new course is planned in east Mayo this autumn taking in the Ballyhaunis, Ballaghaderreen and Claremorris catchment areas.
Minister for Health, Jame Reilly will be in Athlone this morning to officially open the refurbished Loughloe House Day Resource Centre.
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.’
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 voluntary group that helps 250 asylum seekers living in The Old Convent, Ballyhaunis, is to get EU funding of almost €90,000.