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‘Extremely busy week’ for Portiuncula emergency department

The emergency department at Portiuncula University Hospital has reported that it is extremely busy this week, with higher than average numbers of people attending, and it is urging people not to attend for non-urgent issues.

‘Now is not the time to cut frontline staff’ in UHG, Farrell tells Minister

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Possible plans by the HSE to cut 15 of 86 intern doctors working at UHG in July are “unacceptable” while the Covid-19 pandemic continues and the vaccination rollout proves to be “slow, stilted, and confusing”.

US Presidential election countdown continues as positive shoots emanating regarding matters Brexit

I expect that many people were able to look at the debate between Senator Kamala Harris for the Democratic Party and Mike Pence, the vice-president, for the Republican Party. It was on TV the morning after the debate, when RTÉ ran it for an hour and a half.

Darkness Into Light ‘Sunrise’ appeal for much need funds

Pieta House and Electric Ireland have launched an urgent appeal to members of the local community to ensure that Pieta’s essential frontline services can remain in operation and continue to be delivered free of charge by donating much needed funds online at www.darknessintolight.ie.

Hiring more frontline staff only way to deal with hospital overcrowding

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The creation of an Irish National Health Service and the hiring of more frontline staff is the only way to tackle that the overcrowding in UHG, where, as of last week, 47 people were waiting on a hospital bed.

Welcome to the Stranger takes to the stage in Westport

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Ballina Dramatic Society in association with Keepsake Theatre present Welcome to the Stranger for one night only, tonight, Friday, April 19, at 8pm in the Town Hall Theatre in Westport.

Top tips to get you going to the gym

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It is accepted by everyone that the waistline will expand and the scales will show a higher number during the festive season but now that we are in February it is time to put down the chocolate bar and pick up the weights to get your pre-Christmas body back.

Superintendent appeals for information in wake of Swinford homicide

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Supt Tony Healy urged members of the public who may have even a small bit of information to come forward to Gardai who are investigating the suspected murder of Joe Deacy in Swinford last weekend. Supt Healy told the Mayo Advertiser yesterday afternoon: "Any little bit of information that people have can make a huge difference in an investigation." Speaking about the response from the public to date he said: "It's been really good, we are working through those and looking at CCTV footage and other things to progress the investigation."

Local company on countdown to National Enterprise Awards final

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Monaghan Bros Bar Furniture Manufacturers Ltd from Mayo Abbey in Mayo, has been officially announced by the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Mary Mitchell O’ Connor, as a finalist in this year’s National Enterprise Awards.

Local company on countdown to National Enterprise Awards Final

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Monaghan Bros Bar Furniture Manufacturers Ltd from Mayo Abbey in Mayo, has been officially announced by the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Mary Mitchell O’ Connor TD as a finalist in this year’s National Enterprise Awards.

 

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