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Fifth class Castlebar students scoop top prizes in no-smoking competition

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At an event in the Croke Park Conference Centre this week, Minister Aine Brady, newly appointed Minister of State for Older People and Health Promotion, awarded a first place prize to winning students Emma Horan, Sinead Mangan, and Roisin McEvoy and second place prize to student Khansa Akhtar, all from St Angela’s National School, Castlebar, at the inaugural Irish Cancer Society competition.

Pioneer smoke-ban pub fined for smoking ban offence

A city centre licensed premises, which was one of the first in Galway to implement the smoking ban before it had been made law, has been fined for allowing punters to smoke in an area specifically designated as non-smoking.

We binge but we think we’re healthy, study shows

The results of the Galway health and well-being survey has highlighted that despite high levels of binge drinking Galway citizens rate their general health very well.

Disruption of water supplies

The HSE today issued advice to householders, schools, childcare facilities and catering businesses following disruption to water supplies in certain parts of the country. The HSE’s Environmental Health Officers are working closely with all affected communities to ensure that any disruption of water supplies does not pose a threat to public health. A range of advice for householders and businesses is now available on www.hse.ie.

 

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