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Education, health, and social work main employment sectors in Castlebar

A new report from the Western Development Commission which analyses previously unreleased Census data to present an in-depth study of travel to work patterns in Castlebar and the surrounding areas, has come up with some findings that those working in the Castlebar area commute more than the State average; that women account for the highest proportion of those employed in Castlebar town, and that education, health, and social work are the main sectors in which people are employed in the Castlebar catchment area.

Workers to be balloted over hygiene standards in Mayo General

The non-nursing support staff at Mayo General hospital are to ballot over the coming week over possible industrial action over the falling standards of hygiene in the hospital. The workers are concerned about the standard of hygiene in the hospital and its decline over the past number of years. SIPTU official and Mayor of Castlebar, Cllr Michael Kilcoyne told the Mayo Advertiser that the staff concerns have become so grave they have been left with no choice but to ballot to raise the issue for the safety of all patients in the hospital.

Horkan’s Lifestyle and Garden Centre — phase two official opening

Today, Friday October 2, sees the official opening of the expansion at Horkan’s Lifestyle and Garden Centre in Turlough. The centre has been extended by 12,000sq ft, 8,000sq ft of which has already been occupied by a new expansive gift area, plus units leased to Edinburgh Woollen Mills and the Bayleaf Restaurant. Since opening in April this year, these new additions to the Horkan’s offeringd have gone from strength to strength.

Tributes paid to the late Cathal Duffy

The town of Castlebar was plunged into sadness at the news of the death of local businessman Cathal Duffy of Rathbawn Road who died at Mayo General Hospital following a short illness.

€25m hospital cuts will affect Mayo General Hospital

Fine Gael Leader Enda Kenny TD has claimed that the HSE is to implement cutbacks of up to €25m in the coming months.  

Prof Keane supports €7 million oncology unit for Mayo General Hospital

Professor Tom Keane, director of the National Cancer Control Programme, has pledged his support to Mayo TD Beverley Flynn for the provision of the planned new €7m oncology unit at Mayo General Hospital.

Dark day on Galway roads as five die in two separate crashes

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Galway was reeling last evening after a day of horror on the roads on Tuesday which saw five people die in two separate accidents in a twelve-hour period.

Mayo-Galway border crash leaves four dead and one critical

A tragic accident on the Mayo-Galway border on Tuesday night claimed the lives of four young women.

Three month suspended sentence for man convicted of assault

A bar manager was convicted and fined €750 and sentenced to a three month prison sentence suspended for a year at Claremorris District Court this week. Patrick Coleman, Oughhan, Tubbercurry, Sligo, pleaded not guilty to assaulting Tom Reidy on November 15 2008, however Judge Mary Devins found that there was no doubt in her mind following the evidence that Coleman did assault Mr Reidy.

Mayo General treats 100 oncology patients each week — Beverley

More than 100 Mayo patients are treated each week at the oncology unit of Mayo General Hospital, Beverley Flynn TD has been informed.


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