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Oranmore pupils interested in taking part in a Spanish student exchange programme are being urged to contact local Fine Gael politician Senator Fidelma Healy Eames.
The famous holiday home of WB Yeats and his family, Thoor Ballylee, near Gort, could soon be in the hands of a local interest group and the county council.
Brian Walsh has become the third member of the Fine Gael Parliamentary Party and the second Galway West politician to declare he will vote against the forthcoming Protection of Life During Pregnancy Bill.
Better services, the development of smaller, more specialised hospitals, and greater autonomy for UHG/Merlin Park will flow from the “radical restructuring” of the healthcare service announced this week.
A Fine Gael senator is urging jobseekers and people interested in starting their own business in Galway to register for a talk being given by entrepreneur, Senator Feargal Quinn.
Those searching for alternative or further work opportunites as well as the long term unemployed are being urged to attend a jobs iniative open night next week where they will have the chance to meet with local employers and also learn more about various training and work placement programmes.
Fine Gael Galway senator, Fidelma Healy Eames, has appealed to property owners in the Oranmore, Clarinbridge, Castlegar, Claregalway areas and the hinterland to consider making available under-utilised buildings for a Galway Young Creators Centre.
An apology goes “an awful long way towards healing” and the women who were in the Magdalene Laundries “deserve and should get” such an apology.
The Press Ombudsman has decided to uphold a complaint by Senator Fidelma Healy Eames about two articles published in the Irish Daily Mail on 20 and 21 August 2012. The verdict also queried the truth and accuracy of the reports concerning her trip to Africa to work with an international charity.
Separate waiting and assessment facilities must be provided at University Hospital Galway’s A&E department to treat children, the chairman of the HSE West’s regional health forum stated this week.