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All Ireland Talent Show finalist Don Stiffe will headline a fundraising night at The House Hotel tomorrow (Friday) in aid of the National Breast Cancer Research Institute (NBCRI).
A Co Galway hotel will donate 10 per cent of the proceeds of all its Mother’s Day lunches on Sunday April 3 to a local breast cancer charity.
The Irish dance group Mystic Force, semi-finalists in the Sky One show Got to Dance, will make a special appearance at the National Breast Cancer Research Institute (NBCRI) St Valentine’s Ball on Saturday night at The Ardilaun Hotel.
The National Breast Cancer Research Institute’s Valentine’s Ball which takes place on Saturday February 13 will raise vital funds for the locally based charity.
Dance the night away with your loved one on St Valentine’s night at the National Breast Cancer Research Institute’s annual ball at The Ardilaun and help fund breast cancer research.
People attending the National Breast Cancer Research Institute’s annual St Valentine’s Ball this weekend at The Ardilaun have a chance of winning a diamond pendant and matching earrings.
The retiring hospital manager of University Hospital Galway has said she fears the hospital will no longer be able to function as one of eight designated cancer care centres.
Broadcaster and patron of the National Breast Cancer Research Institute Gráinne Seoige is urging people to organise a fundraising event at their home or workplace in aid of the National Breast Cancer Research Institute.
The National Breast Cancer Research Institute will hold a breast cancer information day at the University Hospital Galway’s breast cancer unit from 2pm to 5pm on Sunday.
A Mayo county councillor has stepped down from the HSE regional west forum in protest against the removal of breast cancer surgical and diagnostic services from Mayo General Hospital. Fine Gael Councillor Patsy O’Brien, the man who topped the poll in the Claremorris electoral area and received the highest number of votes of all candidates in Mayo in the June local elections, has not sought to be re-appointed to the health forum, having served on it since its inception. Cllr O’Brien told the Mayo Advertiser that the forum was “too political” and he expressed his disappointment in Mayo’s two Fianna Fáil TDs for not ensuring the services remained.