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National housing charity Threshold has warned people seeking rented properties to be careful of fraudsters following an increase in the occurrence of rent-related scams in the west of Ireland in recent weeks. The charity has seen a particular concentration of these incidents in Galway.
Diarmuid Crowley, a native of Co Cork, was arrested, charged with being a judge in the Sinn Féin courts, and incarcerated in Galway Jail even though he was ill. His condition worsened and he demanded the attendance of a private medical doctor. The prison doctor refused, so 40 Sinn Féin prisoners decided to do something to prevent Mr Crowley suffering any further.
To mark National Epilepsy Week (May 14 to 20), Epilepsy Ireland announced results of a survey conducted among young people aged 16 to 21 on their experience of living with the condition.
A national school in Erris in north Mayo has been chosen to take part in a special education pilot programme in science, technology, engineering, and maths to be rolled out across Gaeltacht areas.
National Office for Suicide Prevention (NOSP) figures has once again revealed the high levels of male suicide in the country, with the 45 to 54 age bracket most at risk.
Mayo native Lisa Canny began showing a big interest in music from a very young age, teaching herself tunes on the piano, and she will be bringing her talents to Castlebar on Saturday February 25 as part of the Finbar Hoban Presents series. Having noted her musical ability Lisa’s national school principal, Sean Nestor, presented a then five-year-old Lisa with a small banjo and encouraged her to take classes. Bernie and Holly Geraghty taught Lisa for 10 years, passing on to her a great understanding, love, and passion for traditional Irish music.
A national organisation, set up by a Galway couple which provides support services for bereaved parents and families, will hold a bereavement information evening in the city next week.