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Closure of YAP service to have impact on young people and families

Roscommon/Galway Fianna Fáil TD, Eugene Murphy, has highlighted the impending closure of Youth Advocate Programmes (YAP) Ireland's service in his constituency and the detrimental impact that this will have on young people and families in the area.

Reminiscing in Athlone Library during Heritage Week

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The theme of Heritage Week 2018 was sharing stories and what better way than to have a cup of tea and reminisce in the Aidan Heavey library in Athlone!

A special home for modern day living near Headford

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O'Donnellan and Joyce is offering for sale what it describes as a truly special home located in an oasis of tranquillity at Bayview, Clydagh, outside the village of Headford, Co Galway.

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Major rise in referrals to early intervention service

New X-ray service for Tuam primary care centre

An X-ray and ultrasound service will be available at Tuam Primary Care Centre by the second half of this year.

New counselling service in Achill Sound

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Achill born Aaron Henry has been providing one to one counselling since graduating from the Institute of Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy in 2009. In addition to his early work in the Village Couselling Service in Tallaght. Aaron has also provided counselling services in the Acorn Therapy Centre in Drogheda, and he has worked with clients affected by suicide and those dealing with their own suicidal ideation within the SOSAD Centre in Drogheda.

Troy calls for Government statement on Athlone Mail Centre

Fianna Fáil Deputy, Robert Troy, has called on the Government to make a statement committing to retaining the mail distribution centre operated by An Post in Athlone.

Burke welcomes changes to CE Schemes

Fine Gael Deputy Peter Burke has welcomed changes to Community Employment (CE) Schemes.

More than €18 million spend on agency staff at Galway hospitals absolutely unacceptable, says Farrell

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Galway city councillor Mairéad Farrell, has expressed outrage at figures which show that in the past three years, the spend on agency staff at Galway University Hospital (GUH) has nearly doubled on the same figure for the previous three years, bringing the total agency spend for 2011-2016 to €18 million.


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