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HSE putting a number of actions in place at Aras Attracta

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After it was revealed last week that HIQA had issued the HSE with an Notice of Proposal to Cancel Registration for Centre 2 at Aras Attracta Swinford, the Mayo Advertiser contacted the HSE looking for a comment on the issue. The HSE did issue a statement, but it was received after the print edition of the paper had gone to the printers.

Undercover Áras Attracta probe for Tuesday broadcast

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A top inspector, who previously worked on the Commission to Inquire into Child Abuse in Ireland in the early 2000s, is to head up the review of services at Áras Attracta in Swinford.

Mayo woman scoops top national ISS award for Aras Attracta

Last month ISS Facility Services hosted the annual GEM Go the Extra Mile awards presented by former Miss Universe Ireland, Roz Purcell, and Eric Doyle, managing director ISS Facility Services. Top honours this year went to Marie McNicholas from Swinford for her work at Aras Attracta, Mayo as she scooped the overall ISS supervisor of the year.

Mayo woman scoops top national ISS award for Aras Attracta

Last month ISS Facility Services hosted the annual GEM Go the Extra Mile awards presented by former Miss Universe Ireland, Roz Purcell, and Eric Doyle, managing director ISS Facility Services. Top honours this year went to Marie McNicholas from Swinford for her work at Aras Attracta, Mayo as she scooped the overall ISS supervisor of the year.

Big day out for special Olympians in Mayo

A very successful motor activities training programme event took place on the end of October in Aras Attracta, Swinford. Nineteen athletes in total took part from all over Mayo and Sligo. The participating athletes were from Ballyhaunis Training Centre, Swinford Special Olympics Club, and Ridgepool from Mayo, and Aoibhneass and Gníomhlann from Sligo. Connie Murrin from Gníomhlann in Sligo recited the Athlete's Oath on the day: “Let me win, but if I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt.”

Console launches its inaugural memorial walk in Mayo

Hundreds of people will take to the streets of Swinford in Mayo for Console’s inaugural Suicide Prevention and Postvention Memorial Walk which will be started by local Councillor Joe Mellett.

Mayo businesses short-listed for outstanding performance

A number of Mayo businesses have been nominated for the Q Mark award, which recognises outstanding performance across all sectors.

 

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