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The long-awaited feasibility study into a light rail system for Galway will begin this day next week it was announced on Monday.
The biggest bargains in Mayo can be found at the Castlebar car boot sale on Sunday August 30 in the Main Street car park from 8am to 3pm in aid of the Snugboro Development Association.
Delays in connecting Shrule to the Galway water supply continue, with fears that it could take up to a year for the connection to be made.
Ring a Link is a rural transport company, funded by the National Development Plan, and Kilkenny, Carlow and South Tipperary county councils. Established in 2001, the company offers rural transport to areas not already serviced by public/private bus services.
Using the economic downturn as a reason for abandoning the proposal to build a leisure centre for Knocknacarra is a “cynical excuse” and “must be condemned” according to Fianna Fáil Galway West TD Frank Fahey.
The revelation that more than 200 public patients are waiting over 12 months for colonoscopies at hospitals across the country would indicate that the HSE has learned nothing from the death of Susie Long, stated Councillor Michael O’Brien.
Colonoscopy scopes are scheduled by consultants on the basis of clinical priority, accoring to a statement issued by the HSE.
Following her non-appealed 28 day stint in prison, Maura Harrington appeared before Belmullet District Court on Wednesday for the continuation of a part heard case where it was alleged that Harrington, Tullyaghanbawn, Geesala, Belmullet, who appeared to three witnesses to be in an “aggressive” and “drunk” state, climbed over the gate at a private Roadbridge site in Glengad on June 19 2008 at 12.50am; went into a security cabin where she removed a log book and threw it away; tried to remove a camera from one of the IRMS security men who was filming the incident; kicked one of the security men in the groin; and tried to smash the window of a car parked in the yard with a block but failed in her attempts.
A miscarriage of justice which saw a Galway man being wrongly convicted of sexually assaulting a young girl could now cost the State up to €1 million in compensation.
One of the most outspoken critics of the local health service was this week selected as the chairperson of the HSE West’s regional health forum at its meeting in Merlin Park Hospital.