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Morgue workers deliver chilling road safety message

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Morgue workers are not usually thrust into the spotlight, but there are two in Mayo who are gaining national exposure in their aim to save lives with a chilling road safety message.

Man died within hour of hospital discharge

A Mullingar man who died as a result of an irregular heartbeat within an hour of being discharged from hospital could have died at any time without warning, an inquest has heard.

Harrowing account given of Ballyvary house fire tragedy

A Ballyvary woman delivered a harrowing account of her repeated attempts to save her mother-in-law from a house fire, at an inquest in Castlebar on Monday.

Westmeath’s coroner expresses concern over high suicide rate

Westmeath’s coroner has expressed concern at the high rate of suicide in the county, with almost half the cases heard in the first three months of this year ruled as suicide.

Westmeath’s coroner expresses concern over high suicide rate

Westmeath’s coroner has expressed concern at the high rate of suicide in the county, with almost half the cases heard in the first three months of this year ruled as suicide.

Mayo cardiac patients being deprived of best opportunity of surviving — coroner

Coroner for south Mayo John O’Dwyer commented this week that patients in Mayo who have a heart attack may not have the best opportunity for survival given the short time frame they have to get to the cardiac unit at University Hospital Galway.

Misdiagnosis leads to death - inquest hears

A verdict of misadventure has been returned at the inquest into the death of a woman who died just days after being initially misdiagnosed.

More patients face review following suspension of former UHG pathologist

The HSE was last evening attempting to contact all patients affected by potential misdiagnoses at UHG following reports of discrepancies in the work of a third pathologist who worked as a locum at the hospital in February and March 2004.

Man secures court order for second post-mortem in Connemara murder

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The 22-year-old man charged in connection with the murder of a woman in Connemara last month has secured a High Court order allowing a UK pathologist to carry out a second post-mortem on the body of the victim.

Court order for second post-mortem in Connemara murder secured

The 22-year-old man charged in connection with the murder of a woman in Connemara last month has secured a High Court order allowing a UK pathologist to carry out a second post-mortem on the body of the victim.

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