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Mayo University Hospital has re-opened a number of newly refurbished wards and patients have now moved back to the refurbished areas.
There have been large numbers of people waiting for beds following admission to Mayo University Hospital this week, MUH has advised.
Construction work to replace and upgrade the windows on three wards and to replace and upgrade toilets and showers on two wards in Mayo University Hospital has commenced this week.
Since Sancta Maria teachers Liam Murphy and Bob Reaney started their production of visors for healthcare and frontline workers a few weeks ago, they have been inundated with requests for more.
Independent councillor Micael Kilcoyne has called on the Saolta Hospital Group to address the reasons why the number of coronavirus cases in Mayo is higher than that found in Galway.
Sitting Roscommon-Galway TD Eugene Murphy has expressed his "surprise" that NUI Galway graduate and Roscommon county councillor Orla Leyden has been added to the Fianna Fail ticket for Roscommon-Galway at the February 8 General Election.
The official opening of the long-awaited new 70 bedroom complex at the Sacred Heart Hospital in Castlebar will be performed this morning (Friday) by Minister Michael Ring.
The Taoiseach Enda Kenny this week has said that the construction on the new Sacred Heart Hospital in Castlebar should get under way in the next few months following the completion of the tender process.
An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, has said that the tenders for the new Sacred Heart Hospital are progressing. Speaking this week the Taoiseach said: "The €11.5 million reconstruction of the Sacred Heart Hospital in Castlebar is progressing with tenders closing at the end of this month on January 28. The HSE will seek clarifications and then consider the tenders received during February. I expect the HSE to recommend a preferred contractor in very early March and contracts to then be signed. I would hope to see work commence on site at the Sacred Heart Hospital in early May."
The final litter survey of 2015 by Irish Business Against Litter shows Castlebar to be Clean to European Norms, in 23rd spot among the 40 towns surveyed. The town was deemed ‘littered’ back in 2013, when it was last surveyed. There was a slight fall-off in the number of litter-free towns across Ireland, but no towns were deemed ‘litter blackspots’ and only one was ‘seriously littered’. The winning town will be announced at a function at lunchtime today in Buswells Hotel in Dublin.