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Funding boost for CF unit at Mayo General

The construction of a new dedicated day unit for cystic fibrosis sufferers in the county received a boost this week. The project has been allocated €50,000 in National Lottery Funding.

Belmullet community in mourning

The community of Belmullet is in a state of shock and mourning following the death of a local teenager in a car crash on Wednesday evening.

New campaign urges mums-to-be to belt up

A new campaign has been launched in Mayo to encourage more pregnant women to wear their seatbelts.

Review of regional maternity services shelved

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Outspoken Independent councillor Michael Kilcoyne has hit out at management at HSE West for forking out €20,000 for a faulty review of maternity services in the region.

New scheme to tackle isolation of living with aphasia

It’s hard to imagine what life would be like if we suddenly couldn’t communicate with the people around us anymore.

Mulherin says new road plan huge boost for Ballina and Castlebar

Michelle Mulherin, Fine Gael TD for Mayo, says the route selection for the N26, N58 and N5 being proposed by Mayo County Council's National Roads Design Office will give a huge boost to business and tourism in Ballina and Castlebar.

Call for Mayo General to be taken out of maternity review

Fears about the future of the maternity unit at Mayo General Hospital continued to grow as new details emerged this week about the confidential draft review of services that is under way at hospitals in the west and northwest.

Ruane wants action on patient being ‘led up the garden path’ over hip operations

Sinn Féin Castlebar town councillor and Local Election candidate Thérése Ruane has accused the HSE of leading an elderly patient awaiting a hip operation “up the garden path”.

Mayo suffering under ‘anti-rural policies’

A local election candidate has slated the Government’s record in rural Ireland.

‘Immensely brave’ Bohola girl secures €1.5m settlement

The solictor of a 14-year-old Bohola girl with cerebral palsy, who secured a €1.5 million settlement this week, has described his client as “immensely brave and couragous”.

 

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