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Galway United, experiencing their most worrying spell in two decades, will take a welcome and much-needed break from league action this weekend as they head to Oriel Parkfor a testing FAI Cup clash with Dundalk on Sunday.
At the start of a marathon League of Ireland season, Sean Connor stated Galway United’s objective was to finish the campaign ahead of Bray Wanderers, UCD, and Drogheda United so tomorrow’s match at the Carlisle Grounds matters deeply.
Throughout the years Galway United have encountered plenty of bother at Oriel Park, but tomorrow Sean Connor’s side will be eager to take some kind of result from the trip to Louth.
Last Saturday was a historic day for the Salthill-Knocknacarra GAA Club as they captured both the junior A and junior B county titles in Tuam stadium.
The very sad case of Sandra O’Connor reached a sort of conclusion yesterday when her family settled their case against the Galway Clinic.
The HSE West has apologised to the family of a man with serious speech and hearing problems, after he was killed on his way home from a hospital appointment last February.
The Mayor of Galway city has hit out at the HSE West accusing it of “learning nothing” from the tragic death of a former University Hospital Galway outpatient in a car accident on his way home to Clifden last February.
A hospital inquiry into the tragic case of a Connemara man with hearing and speech problems who died while trying to find his way home from a hospital appointment has acknowledged deficits in its system.
City Mayor and HSE regional health forum member Cllr Padraig Conneely says he fears the delay in implementing protocols for the discharge of people with disabilities from hospital may result in further loss of life.
The year 1940 was a time of great social change in Ireland, a time when the State gave no assistance to the out of school education of young people, a time of war, a time of poverty. Prospects were not great. Recreational activity for the young of working class areas such as Shantalla, Bohermore, Claddagh, and ‘The West’ was virtually non-existent. The need for a club to provide social and recreational facilities for these people was paramount.