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It is around this time every year that the majority of life companies issue their claims statistics for the previous year, and it can make for some very interesting reading.
In Ireland, we are fortunate to have access to a public health system that treats children if they get sick.
Management at University Hospital declined to say this week if the unidentified hospital consultant - referred to in a Prime Time telelevision programme which highlighted that the person was working far fewer hours than contracted for in the public system - had been held accountable.
Slimming World is looking to recruit more people with a passion for helping others, with a special careers opportunity event planned for The Athlone Springs Hotel on Friday, March 9, at 7pm.
Irish Community Rapid Response (ICRR) has announced the launch of a new rapid response vehicle for Mayo which will take place today, Friday, at 2.30pm in the Westport Plaza Hotel. The launch will be carried out by Minister Michael Ring.
This time last year, local woman Sabrina Brett visited her mother and had a chat about losing weight.
A slimmer who transformed her life by losing almost three stone is using her success to shape a new career, helping other people change their lives and achieve their weight loss dreams.
Emma Walsh joined Slimming World one year ago, and within that time she has transformed her relationship with food, gained a support network, and has lost more than 2 stone.
Emily Quinn (32) joined Slimming World in April. She has since lost a whopping 3 stone 2lb and is about to become one of Galway’s newest consultants. Emily’s weight became an issue after she gave birth to her son eight years ago and she has battled with it ever since. "I was overwhelmed with becoming a new mom and that led to postnatal depression. I started over-eating and my weight spiralled. At that time my weight was not a priority.
Cairde Ghaillimh le Gaeilge were in celebratory mood as they kicked off the festive season at their ‘Cóisir Nollag’ in Club Áras na nGael recently. This year, the organisation celebrated 30 years in business and at the event Cathaoirleach Ghaillimh le Gaeilge, Bernadette Mullarkey, welcomed the Mayor of the City of Galway, Cllr. Pearce Flannery and thanked him, fellow Councillors and Chief Executive, Brendan McGrath for the funding of €50,000 to Gaillimh le Gaeilge for 2018.