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‘Horrific year’ for farming sector

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Martin O’Halloran, CEO of the Health and Safety Authority, has said 2014 was a “horrific year for the agriculture sector”.

Pioneering Kate to kickstart Galway’s Christmas

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Katie O’Halloran, the only Irish person and first woman to receive two above-elbow prosthetic arms, will be the guest of honour at the official opening of the Galway Continental Christmas Market and will turn on the city’s festive lights tomorrow evening (Friday).

Remembering The Great War’s fallen Irish through art

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THE CENTENARY of the First World War has prompted many commemorations of, and fresh reflections on, that vast and cataclysmic conflict. Here in Ireland it has occasioned a reclaiming of the history of the many thousands of Irishmen who served and died in the war and whose stories had largely been erased from official memory until recent years.

Galway construction works are urged to heed new safety campaign

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A new health and safety campaign aimed at increasing ‘Safety at Heights’ is being rolled out on construction sites throughout Galway. Falls from heights were responsible for 24 of the 42 construction related deaths that occurred in the last five years (57 per cent of all construction fatalities) and a disproportionate number of these accidents have happened on small sites and maintenance type jobs.

Galway needs your vote for Foodie Town Award

As the deadline for voting for Ireland’s first Foodie Town Award draws near, the team behind Galway’s bid for the accolade are calling on everyone to take part in the public voting campaign.

Connacht gain Gilsenan but lose Griffin

Good news and some not so good for Connacht Rugby this week.

Forty six people lose their lives due to workplace accidents

Official figures released this week by the Health and Safety Authority, show that there were 46 people killed in work-related accidents during 2013, compared to 48 in 2012.

Three died in workplace accidents in Galway last year

Three people lost their lives in workplace accidents in Galway last year, according to official figures released this week from the Health and Safety Authority.

Forty six people lose their lives due to workplace accidents

Official figures released this week by the Health and Safety Authority, show that there were 46 people killed in work-related accidents during 2013, compared to 48 in 2012.

Lam ushers in new Connacht culture

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It is a new ball game at Connacht Rugby this season, and coach Pat Lam is already keen to ensure the province continues its improvement, particularly with ball in hand.

 

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