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HSE nursing homes in Co Galway are being paid 80% more to provide care per person than their private and voluntary counterparts, new figures published by the HSE reveal.
Residents and staff at Moate Nursing Home officially launched their end-of-life care vision on Tuesday afternoon.
Gardai have launched an investigation following an incident in the city centre in the early hours of yesterday (Wednesday).
Farmers and others using pesticides are being urged to use best practice when spraying, to protect the region's drinking water, according to Fine Gael General Election candidate Alan Dillon.
The Road Safety Authority and An Garda Síochána are urging drivers to put their mobile phones away while driving so they can focus all their attention on the road.
Former County Mayor Liam Carroll, a candidate in the Athenry Oranmore Municipal District has called on the CEOs of Galway City and County to consider locate the headquarters of the Galway Fire Service at the old Galway Airport site in Carnmore.
Mayo Mountain Rescue (MMRT) personnel were called out twice this week to assist a hiker in the Wild Nephin/Ballycroy National Park on Wednesday evening and a climber on Croagh Patrick on Tuesday evening.
In May, 1846, as part of a Famine relief project, 175 people were employed to build a road linking Dangan to Salthill. Part of that road was known as Bóthar na Mine (the Road of the Indian Meal) because all of the wages were used to buy oatmeal. I have never been able to find out how, when, or why this name was translated into English as Threadneedle Road.
Gardai are continuing their investigations into an accident which occurred on the M6 motorway westbound between Moate and Athlone at 12.15am on Monday morning.
As the May Bank Holiday weekend approaches, An Garda Siochana is anxious to ensure anyone using a vehicle is aware of its bank holiday enforcement campaign.