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Have you ever wanted to throw your boss from a plane? Make-A-Wish Ireland is calling on employees all over Ireland to ‘toss your boss’ in a white knuckle skydive experience to help grant wishes to children aged between three and 17 who are battling life threatening medical conditions such as cancer, brain tumours, cystic fibrosis, heart disease, muscular dystrophy, and cerebral palsy.
Ireland West Airport Knock has announced the appointment of three new directors to the airport board.
The case against a Knock man who pleaded guilty to his dog’s worrying a neighbour’s cattle on two occasions last summer was adjourned until September by Judge Mary Devins. However she allowed the gardai liberty to re-enter the case on 48-hours notice if another incident occurred between now and then.
The age-old practice of repenting for one’s sins, soul searching, and attempting to curry favour up above, on a grinding penitential pilgrimage is being revived.
People with disabilities in Galway face challenges and barriers to finding, securing, and retaining jobs, according to the Irish Association of Supported Employment which is calling on more to be done in the working world to ensure the promotion of more inclusive employment practices.
Coroner for south Mayo John O’Dwyer commented this week that patients in Mayo who have a heart attack may not have the best opportunity for survival given the short time frame they have to get to the cardiac unit at University Hospital Galway.
A Czech man living in Ballyhaunis pleaded guilty to driving without insurance and a driving licence in Ballyhaunis District Court this week.
Immunotec, a Canadian company and world leader in performance nutrition, is launching its cutting edge nutritional supplement in Ireland. Immunocal® is a specially formulated whey protein isolate. It is the subject of some 40 medical publications and more than 70 international patents. It has been clinically proven to optimise immune function and improve physical performance, an essential element of wellness.
A 28-year-old barman who was caught driving at nearly three times the legal limit at 2pm was given a three year driving ban and fined €500 at Ballyhaunis District Court this week.