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ED was under pressure after busy bank holiday weekend

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Saolta asked that only patients requiring urgent emergency care attend the ED, and advised that any patients who attend ED for routine and non-urgent treatment would experience very long waiting times.

Set pieces undo Melville FC as Willow Park progress in Paddy Cotter Cup

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Start 2023 on a positive note with a new calendar diary

New Year is a time for new beginnings and resolutions and while we may not be the best at sticking to these changes, setting goals and tracking our progress helps to keep us on track.

Historic savings available in the Cavavin Ireland Black Friday sale

It is fair to say that everybody loves a good story and a good sale. What about a good sale story? Especially a Black Friday sale story.

Retailers predict drop in Christmas sales

Almost half of retailers believe their sales will decrease this year according to research carried out by industry expert, Melissa Moore.

Galway marks National Day of Commemoration

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A ceremony was held in Galway last weekend to mark the National Day of Commemoration, honouring all those Irish men and women who died in past wars or on service with the United Nations Peacekeeping Missions.

Take a journey into the past at the National Famine Museum

By Una Sinnott

Take a Dip at Dawn this summer solstice to help tackle homelessness

Do you rise with the lark? Galway Simon Community’s will be up at sunrise this summer solstice for their Dip at Dawn on Tuesday June 21, 4.20am at Salthill Beach. You are invited to join them in a sun salutation, followed by a dip in the sea to raise both awareness of and funds for those facing homelessness in Galway.

May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month

Skin cancer is now the number one most diagnosed cancer in Ireland. As part of Skin Cancer Awareness Month, top Irish skin expert Eavanna Breen wants to remind people of the importance of protecting your skin from the sun, as the summer fast approaches.

Mayo harpists for St Patrick's Festival show

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Over one hundred young musicians from Music Generation will come together at St Patrick's Festival Quarter in Collins Barracks in Dublin from 1pm on Saturday, March 19.

 

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