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New Home First Team supporting older persons at Mayo University Hospital

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The Home First Team in Mayo University Hospital is a specialist team supporting patients over the age of 75 who are treated in the Emergency Department (ED) and the Acute Medical Assessment Unit (AMAU) of the hospital.

Double win for Mayo University Hospital at the Hospital Professional Awards

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The Infection Prevention and Control Team at Mayo University Hospital (MUH) has won two categories in the recent Hospital Professional Awards – the GSK ViiV Infectious Diseases Project of the Year Award and the Consultant-led Hospital Team of the Year Award.

Mayo put themselves in touching distance of league final spot

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Making the league final or not will not make or break Mayo's season, but getting back to the competition's final for the first time since 2012 will be a nice bonus for James Horan, as he ramps up preparations for the championship summer ahead.

Mayo face tough test against the Lakelanders

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Mayo will face another tough examination on Sunday when they make the trip to the midlands to take on league leaders, Westmeath, in round four of the national hurling league.

Mayo Pride festival returns this month

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Last year Mayo hosted the first ever Mayo Pride, which proved a huge success.

Mayo take on the capital's best on the double

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Mayo Volleyball Club finished the weekend with mixed emotions as they played two of Dublin's best clubs in consecutive days, Dalkey and Trinity College Dublin.

Two workplace fatalities in Mayo last year

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There were 44 people killed in workplaces in 2016 across the country representing a 21 per cent reduction of the 56 reported in 2015, according to figures released by the Health and Safety Authority this week. In Mayo there were two people killed in workplaces according to the report, both in the agricultural sector.

Back to basics for Mayo

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The last time that the Mayo senior footballers were in action was the heartbreaking All Ireland senior final replay defeat to Dublin and since then they have been the talk of the country following an interview by their former managers. Almost all of that squad are currently on a team holiday in South Africa so for this Sunday's FBD League opener, it is going to be a very different looking Mayo side for supporters to get their voices behind for the first time this year, and concentrate on things on the field rather than off the field.

Hunt wants to lead Mayo over the gain line

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There were only two choices left for the members of the Mayo senior hurling panel last year after they were sent back down to the Nicky Rackard Cup, and they chose the one that has seen them reach tomorrow's All Ireland final in Croke Park, team captain Brian Hunt told the Mayo Advertiser. "When we came back at the start of the year we had two choices, we were either going to sink further or we were going to swim. In fairness to JP [Coen] and the lads they set the targets high at the start of the year that we want to win the Nicky Rackard and go straight back up, because if you're down here for two or three years, this group might not get out of it and no one wants that.

Parsons proud to lead Mayo victory

Seven years ago, Tom Parsons was the last Mayo man to lift the JJ Fahy Cup when he captained Mayo to win the Connacht U21 title against Sligo. It has been a rollercoaster few years in between for the Charlestown man, and last Sunday he captained Mayo once more, this time for the first time he led out the senior side for their win against Roscommon in Hyde Park. "For me that's something magic, you know, I mean three years ago I was up in Croke Park on Hill 16 looking down at the boys as a supporter, it's something magic to captain this team any day. It's the first time that I got to captain the Mayo senior team in any competition and to come up here and get a win, it was a big one for us."

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