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Helpline numbers paint sad picture of lonliness and worry for many older people

Many older people in Mayo are isolated, lonely, and fearful about their future, according to a new report from a national listening service.

Chambers elected vice president of Fianna Fáil

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Mayo barrister Lisa Chambers has been elected as vice president of Fianna Fáil. The 25-year-old from Castlebar, who was a Fianna Fáil candidate in Mayo in the last General Election, was elected by delegates at the party’s Ard Fheis in the RDS in Dublin last weekend.

Cloak and dagger political decision to close ambulance call centre in Castlebar

Sixteen jobs are to be lost in Castlebar early in 2011 with the closure of the multi-million euro ambulance emergency call centre in Castlebar, which will be transferred to a new centre in Ballyshannon.

Mayo man praised for Alzheimer care model

A model of care for Alzheimer’s sufferers championed by a Mayo man has been commended as a progressive approach to positive ageing. John Grant of Western Alzheimer’s was singled out for mention at a health conference in Galway this month for promoting a ‘household’ system of care through residential homes catering to small numbers of patients at a time.

Mayo man praised for Alzheimer care model

A model of care for Alzheimer’s sufferers championed by a Mayo man has been commended as a progressive approach to positive ageing. John Grant of Western Alzheimer’s was singled out for mention at a health conference in Galway last week for promoting a ‘household’ system of care through residential homes catering to small numbers of patients at a time.

Keeping it in the family — Kitt loses junior minister post but sister Áine Brady gains

Galway East TD Mícheál Kitt lost his junior ministerial position in yesterday’s shake up of junior ministers, but his sister, Áine Brady, has secured a ministerial position in the Kildare North constituency.

Fifth class Castlebar students scoop top prizes in no-smoking competition

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At an event in the Croke Park Conference Centre this week, Minister Aine Brady, newly appointed Minister of State for Older People and Health Promotion, awarded a first place prize to winning students Emma Horan, Sinead Mangan, and Roisin McEvoy and second place prize to student Khansa Akhtar, all from St Angela’s National School, Castlebar, at the inaugural Irish Cancer Society competition.

White flag award for Westmeath leisure facilities

The Athlone Regional Sports Centre and Bloomfield Leisure Centre, Mullingar have been named as the only two leisure facilities in Westmeath to receive the White Flag award for 2010.

 

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