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Foróige is seeking Galwegians to take part in Big Brother Big Sister, an internationally recognised youth mentoring programme.
A diabetes advocacy group is urging the HSE West to urgently fill a key specialist diabetes nursing post in the Galway-Roscommon health area.
Mullingar-based company PharMed scooped the Best Established SME Award at the Leinster provincial final of the Ulster Bank Business Achievers Awards. Seven other businesses from across Leinster were also selected as winners at the awards ceremony, which took place at Croke Park in Dublin. These businesses will now go on to compete with provincial winners from Munster, Connacht, and Ulster for the national title and individual category title at the all-island finals in May.
E45, the number one selling brand for eczema in Ireland, has announced the brand becoming a foundation partner with the Irish Skin Foundation.
Mayo AC had 21 runners competing in the National 10k Championships held in the Phoenix Park on Sunday, April 14 in their efforts to pick up gold, silver, and bronze medals. They faced tough conditions as a gusty wind swept over the country and swirling showers added to the task. The race was incorporated in the Spar Great Ireland Run with 6,200 finishers. On a blustery day that made a tough course even tougher, Dublin based Geesala native Seamus Gaughan ran a great race and had a ding dong battle all the way with track record holder Joe Gough (West Waterford). Gaughan won by two seconds in 39:09, retaining the M60 title he won last year. There were other excellent performances in the conditions, book-ended from senior woman Ann Marie Staunton in her first championship race to Tom Waldron who also won gold in his M70 category.
Five million euro is to be spent regionally in 2013 to address the issue of suicide prevention. The money will go towards the funding of resource officers for suicide prevention, self-harm liaison nurses in hospital emergency departments and local suicide prevention initiatives.
Mayo Fine Gael TD Michelle Mulherin is calling on the Minister for Health James Reilly to intervene in what she has called the “serious ongoing trolley problem at Mayo General Hospital” by funding the opening of 12 step-down beds in Ballina District Hospital.
Speeding up hospital admission times for patients attending A&E departments is one of the top priorities for the Galway and Roscommon University Hospitals Group this year, according to its chief executive.
The new Ford Kuga arrives here this month, and the carmaker claims it is set to shatter the myth that an SUV cannot be green, high-tech, capable and exceptional all in one.
There was quite a kerfuffle last week with an embarrassing act of public stupidity by Kerry Co. Council. As you know, independent councillor Danny Healy-Rae put forward the ridiculous idea that people in rural Ireland should be allowed to drink and drive.