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The Ghosts Of Galway, Ken Bruen’s 13th Jack Taylor novel, has just been published and to mark its arrival Bruen met me in the Hotel Meyrick last Monday to range widely over his eventful life and acclaimed work.
It is not getting any easier for Buccaneers as they travel to second placed Terenure College for Saturday’s Ulster Bank League Division 1A joust at Lakelands, kick off 2.30pm.
Buccaneers travel to Dooradoyle on Saturday to face Garryowen in the second round of this season’s Ulster Bank League Division 1A, kick off in Limerick at 2.30pm.
Buccaneers return to Division 1A action in the forthcoming Ulster Bank League (AIL) with a juicy opening fixture in which they host Lansdowne at Dubarry Park on Saturday, September 16.
It is no coincidence that the Regional (now the University College) Hospital and Merlin Park opened almost simultaneously in the mid 1950s. The Old Central Hospital, which had opened in 1922, became unfit for purpose, mainly due to overcrowding, and the difficulty accommodating long stay tuberculosis patients. Tuberculosis, or TB, was, in the early decades of the 20th century, at epidemic proporations. The same year that the Central Hospital opened, the same year as the foundation of our State, there were 4,614 deaths from TB; 611 were children under 15 years.
One in six pregnant women or 16 per cent of pregnant women attending maternity services across Ireland are at probable risk of depression during their pregnancy, according to a new survey launched this week by a Trinity College Dublin research team and the Irish Obstetric Services. Mayo Univesity Hospital, Castlebar, was one of the maternity sites involved in this first comprehensive incidence survey. More than 5,000 women at all stages of pregnancy were questioned for the study in Castlebar and at The National Maternity Hospital, Cork University Hospital, University Hospital Limerick, and community antenatal clinics in Tallaght.
LENNY ABRAHAMSON, the Irish film maker, best known for Adam & Paul, Garage, and Room, for which he received an Oscar nomination, is coming to Galway next month to give a public interview about his work.
Throughout July and August, Ballina Arts Centre – in partnership with the Ballinglen Arts Foundation, the Royal Hiberian Academy, and Mayo County Council – will present The Foggy Dew, an exhibition of new works by RHA president Mick O’Dea, at the Ballina Civic Offices, and the Ballinglen Arts Foundation gallery in Ballycastle.