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Staff terrorised and threatened by troubled teen
Staff at a care home were left terrorised and locked in their office while a teenager smashed up everything in sight and threatened to break their legs. The Galway District Court also heard this week that nurses, security, and gardai at a busy hospital were spat at and kicked.
Three men appear in court over vicious Ballinrobe assaults
Two brothers and their cousin have appeared in court charged in connection with a Garda investigation into two assaults in Ballinrobe during which one man received serious head injuries and is being treated in Beaumont Hospital and two others were stabbed in the neck.
Mayo companies nominated for quality awards
The Kavannagh Group in Westport has recently been nominated for the prestigious Q Mark Group Retail Excellence Award in the Hygiene category. The highly coveted Q Mark is only awarded to companies which are committed to achieving the highest standards of quality and excellence, adhere to best practice, and have a commitment to continuous improvement.
Launch of new children’s menu at Mayo General Hospital
Continuing the theme of Dump the Junk Thursdays, Mayo General Hospital has introduced a new menu. It’s bright and colourful, and jam packed with meal ideas.
HSE manager defends Mayo General’s poor performance in health survey
While Mayo General Hospital has once again performed badly in the HealthStat survey, the hospital’s rankings are improving, according to Alan Moran, hospital network manager for the HSE western hospital group.
Mayo Cancer Support receives over €2,000 from Aramark
The Mayo Cancer Support Association will receive a cheque for over €2,000 which was raised through Aramark Ireland’s inaugural Charity Cupcake Campaign. The campaign raised over €8,500 in total for Aramark’s Charitable fund which comprises Action Breast Cancer, the Jack and Jill Foundation, the Mayo Cancer Support Association and the Make-a-Wish Foundation.
Medical misadventure ruling in hospital death
The husband of 38-year-old woman who died after giving birth to their second child told reporters outside the steps of Castlebar Court House last Monday, “Two years ago was supposed to be Evelyn’s day, but this is Evelyn’s real day. The last two years have been difficult but we knew what happened and that eventually the truth would come out.” Mr Padraig Flanagan was speaking after the coroner’s inquest into the death of his wife Evelyn Flanagan (38) of Hollyhill, Ballyheane, Castlebar, on October 19, 2007 found that the cause of her death was “medical misadventure” following evidence from two independent witness from the UK, which was given at the inquest.
Need for Mayo rheumatologist outlined to HSE chiefs
The need for a rheumatologist at Mayo General Hospital was emphasised at a meeting of the HSE Regional Health Forum on Tuesday in Merlin Park.
Risks of flu outweigh risks of Swine Flu vaccine, meeting told
Clinical testing continues into the Swine Flu vaccine which will be available to the Mayo public in coming months. In all it will take nine months for the vaccine to be administered to the whole community, once it is licensed in Europe.
Fashion show in Horkan’s, Turlough
Today (October 2) the new 12,000sq ft extension at Horkan’s Lifestyle and Garden Centre in Turlough will be officially opened with a fashion show taking place to mark the occasion.