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The application process for 5,000 Census Enumerators positions across the country has opened this morning. To date 21,000 people have pre-registered their interest in the positions. The final date for applications is 11 January 2011. However the applications process will close prior to this date if the number of applications reaches 15,000.
The people of Westmeath are being encouraged to Make Their Mark on Census 2011 by applying to be a Census enumerator. Some 5,000 enumerators will be required around the country to ensure that Ireland has a successful Census. And 92 Census enumerators will be needed in County Westmeath.
Tara McFadden, owner educogym Oranmore Galway will host a conference entitled ‘Future Health’ in the Radisson Blu Hotel, Lough Atalia Road, Galway on Tuesday, December 14, 2010 at 7.30pm. Guest speaker on the evening will be Martin Forde, President of the Irish Association of Holistic Medicine. His talk will include the vital importance of Protein Retention in reversing the ageing process.
Mayo Intercultural Action has announced that it has been successful in its application for funding under the European Refugee Fund.
A leading local university professor, who has conducted groundbreaking research on ageing, will share his findings with the public at a seminar to be held in the city later this month.
Galway county has the lowest national percentage of births outside marriage, according to figures released by the Central Statistics Office.
The continuing imposition of ‘austerity measures’ yet again this week, with even more taxes to empty our coffers through new levies and cutbacks, is enough to make a body feel old. Imagine, though, if we all really were old right now in this modern youth-obsessed society of ours — what would it be like having to worry about not only funding our remaining years through a dwindling pension, but also the looming handicap of health issues?
Increased birth rates are putting pressure on maternity services at Mullingar Hospital, according to new statistics released by the HSE.
Galway Refugee Support Group is holding celebrations to mark World Refugee Day tomorrow from 2.30 to 5pm in the Aras na nGael on Dominick St.