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A new study has revealed that the dirtiest part of a person’s desk space is the handle of their chair, followed by their mouse and then their phone.
The number of patients on trolleys at University Hospital Galway’s emergency department rocketed by almost 60 per cent last year.
Former Dalton Park resident Terry McMahon will take his place alongside Fatal Attraction’s Glenn Close and Ocean’s Eleven’s Don Cheadle in the National Convention Centre on February 11, after his film Charlie Casanova was nominated for four Irish Film and Television Awards this week.
When Sheer Bliss launched in Cong in recent months it provided the town with its first beauty salon, making it easier for visitors and residents of this picturesque area to get their beauty treatments done locally. Tracey Burke, the lady behind the venture, is now preparing for the upcoming Christmas party season when demand for her beauty services will no doubt be in demand.
Shoes and Inks - originally trading on Linenhall Street - has now moved to new and bigger premises on Main Street, Castlebar, into what was formerly the Tweed Centre. Anything you need, whether for the house or a party, can be sourced in-store, according to Darren Devers, who explains:
On Halloween night this week, Young Irish Film Makers held the premier of their latest summer production, First Confession, in Kilkenny’s Set Theatre.
Private patient records which were found in a bin in a Ballina housing estate in August were not shredded as they should have been according to policy set down by the HSE.
Tony Óg Regan has been around long enough to know a team is only as good as its last game and the only result that matters is the next one. For Galway that means defeating Waterford in next Sunday’s All-Ireland quarter final at Semple Stadium and reaching the All-Ireland semi-finals for the first time since 2005.
Green Door Properties is offering this bright and spacious office space or retail unit which is located in the heart of the town centre (at the end of the bridge) overlooking the River Nore. There is plenty of passing trade and visitors, making this an ideal location for doing business.
Kilkenny-based IT Company, A to Z Computers has recently completed an extensive rollout of state-of-the-art ICT equipment to Coláiste Eamann Rís in Callan. The completion of this project sees staff and pupils of the school availing of some of the latest in ICT equipment such as High-Spec Laptops, 3D Ready Projectors, Visualisers and Interactive Whiteboards.