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Burkeway Homes has introduced Fánán, its latest development of 101 new homes at Letteragh Road in Galway.
Galway’s two private hospitals, which were temporarily taken over by the State for the duration of the Covid-19 pandemic, may continue to play a vital supporting role in the public healthcare system in the future.
Glenard Crescent, Salthill, is one of the most sought-after locations in Galway, and Heskin auctioneers is offering this four bed property to the market. It is a well-established residential area close to many amenities but away from the hustle and bustle. Number 19 is on a reasonably large site with off street parking. It is within walking distance of Pearse Stadium, Galway Lawn Tennis Club, and Salthill Promenade. It is also within a few minutes of the Gateway Retail Park and Aldi, Galway Bay Golf Club, NUI Galway, and University Hospital Galway. Salthill offers a wide choice of schools, shops, pubs, and restaurants, and is also serviced by a regular bus route.No 19 is a semidetached home built in 1964. The garage has been renovated and offers additional living space for a family or as an investment. The property requires some modernisation and refurbishment which gives the buyers the opportunity to put their own stamp on it and create a lovely family home.
The perennial issue pertaining to the persistent personal protective equipment (PPE) shortage for front line health workers during the present COVID-19 pandemic has been the prime source of much discussion.
Paddy Grant looked out of his bedroom window each day hoping to spot a seagull and a crow. All he usually saw was scaffolding and a blue sky peeping in between the gaps in the large steel frame.
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.
The team at Specsavers Castlebar are among those going above and beyond, to ensure people are receiving the emergency eyecare they need during the pandemic.
Researchers at NUI Galway’s Health Innovation via Engineering (HIVE) Lab, led by Professor Derek O’Keeffe, have developed a new smartphone app to help with social distancing. As recommended by the World Health Organisation, one of the basic principles in minimising the spread of this infectious disease is social distancing. It is currently suggested that people should have a space of at least 2 metres around them to reduce the chance of respiratory spread of the disease from person to person.
Mayo minor manager Tomás Morley is a busy man at present. While normally he would be well stuck into preparations for the Connacht minor championship, the Covid-19 crisis has put that on the long finger for now.
In a time when the world seems consumed by the Covid-19 pandemic, it can be easy to forget there are other conditions with which people are living. This week the Galway Advertiser spoke to Amanda O’Malley about her family’s fundraising campaign Le Chéile do Molli - Let’s get Molli Moving for daughter Molli who suffers from the rare spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) Type 1.