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Fitness to practice enquiry hears Galwaywoman had both fallopian tubes clipped without consent

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Consultant obstetrician/gynaecologist Dr Declan Egan, who practises at University Hospital Galway and runs the private Galway Fertility Unit in Rahoon, should have sought the consent of a Galwaywoman before he clipped both her fallopian tubes but argues his action was medically justified, a fitness to practice enquiry was told this week.

Galway mourns the tragic loss of two local men

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The funeral takes place today of Patrick O’Connor, the man who was tragically killed in a fire in his home in the early hours of Tuesday morning.

Leader brothers help Galwegians to victory over Corinthians

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Galwegians celebrated their first All Ireland League fixture under lights with a much-needed victory over Corinthians on Friday night.

Leader brothers help Galwegians to victory over Corinthians

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Galwegians celebrated their first All Ireland League fixture under lights with a much-needed victory over Corinthians on Friday night.

Wegians lose it late

Galwegians lost a game they appeared to have in the bag when they conceded two late tries to lose by the narrowest of margins, 34 - 33, to Old Wesley in Donnybrook on Saturday.

New Year, new life, for happy Kilkenny couple

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2012 has been a pretty good year for many couples who are already celebrating the birth of their babies in the early hours of January 1.

Castlebar man dies in flat fire

A man in his thirties was found dead in an upstairs apartment in Castlebar on Wednesday afternoon.

New sponsor for Border Rally Champions unveiled

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With the Mayo Stages Rally only weeks away, preparations for the March 13 event are in full flow.

Driver and transport company in court following fatal crash

Nolan Transport and the driver of the vehicle that was involved in an accident that killed two young mothers near Thomastown in July of last year appeared before Kilkenny District Court on Monday.

St Joseph’s set for glory in cross country championships

Round one of the county Kilkenny cross-country championships was held in Ballycurran Cross on Sunday. The course, well marked out by officials from host club, St Joseph’s, was in good condition despite the heavy overnight rain. The weather was good and so were the results for St Joseph’s. Thirteen points from victory with boys under 10 and under 16 and girls under 18 combined with second place for teams in boys under 12 and under 14 set them up with a good chance to re-capture the juvenile shield which Kilkenny City Harriers have held for the last couple of years. Aughavillar is currently in second place with ten points but as they have a lack of athletes in the older age groups it would seem that they have a lot to do to catch St Joseph’s.

 

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