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Portlaoise report highlights need for Portiuncula inquiry to investigate Saolta management says TD Naughten

Denis Naughten TD has called on the Minister for Health, Leo Varadkar, to ensure that the inquiry at Portiuncula Hospital includes a review of the actions taken by Saolta Management once they became aware of staff concerns regarding the operation of the maternity unit in Ballinasloe.

Clybaun Hotel acquired in multi-million deal

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Well-known entrepreneur and experienced investor Tom O’Gorman has checked-in to Galway’s vibrant hotel market with the purchase of the Clybaun Hotel in Knocknacarra, in a deal valued in excess of €3m. The Hotel Clybaun was offered for sale on the instructions of the joint receivers, Patrick Dillon and Michael McAteer of Grant Thornton.

Mayo Pink Ribbon organisers urge participants to register in advance

With just weeks to go, entries for the Mayo Pink Ribbon Cycle on Bank Holiday Saturday, May 4, are well up on last year already. Entries are via the website (www.mayopinkribbon.ie) and the organisers are encouraging everyone to register in advance to avoid delays on the day.

Enda Kenny to lead Mayo Pink Ribbon Cycle

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Calling all cyclists, leisure cyclists, pleasure cyclists, and aspiring cyclists. The Mayo Pink Ribbon Cycle on Bank Holiday Saturday May 4 has a route for you. This year there are three different routes in three different distances – 50k, 110k, and 175k. That is something to suit everyone in the friendliest cycling event in the west, which will once again be led by its patron, Taoiseach Enda Kenny.

A love letter from a master of passion

Galway was given fascinating insights into the turbulent life of one of Europe’s men of genius last weekend. Music for Galway, which continues to present the very best classical music in innovative and challenging ways, devoted three days exploring the literary and musical passion of the great Ludwig van Beethoven. And, would you believe it? Gave us both an Irish and a Galway connection.

Drop in abseentism rates at UHG and Merlin Park hospitals

Abseentism rates at Galway University hospitals have dropped significantly in the past four months.

Public urged to march to voice anger at health cuts

A new organisation formed to fight the health cuts is urging people to take part in a protest rally at the end of the month.

A river runs through it

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The campus of Galway University is fortunately situated.

 

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