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Recession no excuse for safety cuts — Calleary

Minister of State, Dara Calleary, has urged businesses to keep health and safety at the top of their agenda, and not use the economic downturn as an excuse for cut backs in this area.

Cancer Care West centre to run new classes

Two new classes are being provided at Cancer Care West’s cancer support centre at 72 Seamus Quirke Road.

Taking a positive approach to cancer

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“If I were to die tomorrow I would prefer to die laughing rather than crying”, a statement from a girl wise beyond her years.

Castlebar mechanical company receives health and safety award

Johan Collins Mechanical Services has been awarded the prestigious Merit Award by The National Irish Safety Organisation. This award marks the efforts put in by the company over the last year with regards to its on site health and safety awareness.

Firefighters could have alleviated hardship for flooding victims, says Healy Eames

Local Fine Gael senator Fidelma Healy Eames has questioned why the Galway Fire Service, the only local emergency organisation “equipped to suck up and remove water”, was not fully engaged to deal with the recent flooding in east and south Galway.

Government must wake up to weather crisis - Naughten

The Government must wake up to the ongoing weather crisis and direct the Emergency Planning Office to immediately spearhead a coordinated response to the isolation of people and the lack of water supplies, according to local Fine Gael TD Denis Naughten.

No National Plan for severe weather crisis says Hogan

Despite numerous attempts by Fine Gael's Environment Spokesman, Phil Hogan to obtain a copy of the national plan that was committed to by the National Emergency Planning Office several years ago to deal specifically with a severe weather crisis, the Department of the Environment confirmed that they did not have such a plan.

Castlecomer farmer returns to Brussels and then to High Court

Castlecomer farmer Dan Brennan, who was recently vindicated in a report published on mysterious happenings on his farm, is to take High Court action against the Ormonde Brick factory on the outskirts of the town.


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