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This Saturday (September 29) a Charity Auction to beat all Auctions will take place in the Westwood House Hotel in support of Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital Crumlin and Scoil Bhaile Nua, Maigh Cuilinn. The event at 7.30 will be hosted by broadcaster Hector Ó hEochagáin who is still recovering from his most recent epic journey across Asia for TG4 ó Siberia go Saigon. Hector will put his unique comedic style to the serious business of raising vital funds for some of our community and countries best loved institutions.
On Thursday June 14, a group of like-minded cyclists are undertaking the enormous challenge to cycle 1,600km from England's most southerly point Land's End to Scotland's most northerly point John o' Groats from start to finish, all within four days.
Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital Crumlin, will take centre stage at Clayton Hotel Galway when the second fundraising Masquerade Ball for the cause takes place. This sparkling gala event which is being jointly organised by Maldron Hotel Oranmore, Maldron Hotel Sandy Road and Clayton Hotel Galway will take place on Saturday, November 4.
Sonoran Desert Chorale, the top professional choir of the American South West will perform in Galway Cathedral on Wednesday June 7.
Westmeath floral artists, Ann J Mina and Mary Weir, are among 50 floral and botanical artists to exhibit at Bloom 2017.
THE SONORAN Desert Chorale from Arizona will give a concert at the Galway Cathedral featuring Renaissance and contemporary Irish compositions and arrangements of traditional Irish songs.
As clinicians responsible for delivering secondary and tertiary paediatric and neonatal healthcare, our number one priority is providing the best possible care to our patients.
A full capacity protocol was issued on Monday in University Hospital Galway, after the number of patients on trolleys in the Emergency Department increased by 209 per cent over the weekend.
Biomedical researchers from the Regenerative Medicine Institute (REMEDI) and CÚRAM at NUI Galway, in collaboration with clinicians from Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital Crumlin (OLCHC) have developed the first in Ireland synchronised beating heart cells from human pluripotent stem (iPS) cells made from skin biopsy.