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#Please Speak Up campaign aims to address hidden hearing needs

Businesses and members of the public are being asked to consider the needs of hearing-impaired people in a campaign launched by Irish hearing healthcare specialists, Hidden Hearing.

Westmeath Covid-19 incidence rate figures rise as new Level 5 restrictions imposed

As Covid-19 case numbers continue on their escalation path, the decision has been taken by Government, following extensive deliberation with NPHET, to move the country to a Level 5 restriction strategy for a period of six weeks.

Ireland placed on Level 5 of the Plan for Living with COVID

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Galway's fashion stores bursting with value and style as sector seizes new opportunities

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The biggest surprise Anthony Ryan got when he re-opened his fashion shop after the lockdown was the demand for underwear.

All About Kombucha's Clean Coast Tour on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way!

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Ireland’s fastest growing kombucha company All About Kombucha are going on the road this summer touring the Wild Atlantic Way. The team behind the Galway based fresh fermented sparkling tea will be visiting various West coast beach towns this August, with a purpose; to clean the beautiful beaches of Ireland's West coast and share their delicious teas with people along the way. The sparkling tea is made with wholesome organic ingredients and live culture and has gained huge popularity with health-conscious customers due to its gut health benefits.

Renewed sense of optimism within Golden Island Shopping Centre

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In line with the revised Roadmap to Recovery for Businesses and Society, Golden Island Shopping Centre, reopened in full operational mode to the local public on Monday morning last.

Favourable COVID-19 figures allow for further easing of restrictions

As figures pertaining to the suppression of COVID-19 within County Westmeath continue to prove favourable, with an increase of just one confirmed case this past week (671 as of midnight on June 6), the Roadmap to Recovery for Business and Society has been positively amended with July 20 now the culmination date for the reopening of the country.

Air of liberation lingers as plans for an autumn return to education remain unknown

Welcome to Liberation Day on Monday of this week! As you all know by now, many areas of life have opened up that were not due to open up until later, particularly shops, other retail outlets and so on.

Restrictions to further ease with implementation of new phase measures

As the implementation of phase two measures pertaining to the Roadmap to Recovery for Business and Society become imminent, with the aspiration that the Government and NPHET will confirm formal enactment of further ease of restriction measures tomorrow (to come into effect on Monday, June 8), the most recent figures with regard to COVID-19 cases within county Westmeath reveal a figure of 670 (as of midnight, May 31).

Fewer than 5 Covid-19 patients in ICU departments in the West

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The chief executive of the Saolta University Health Care Group, which runs the local public hospitals, acknowledged this week that the threat from Covid-19 would remain with us for the forseeable future but stressed there were many reasons for optimism.


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