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Mayor Padraig Conneely has hit out at the sale of replica guns in Galway city, claiming it “sends out the wrong message” and could lead to an increase in crime in the city.
Today as residents from Mervue are forced to make do with water distributed from tankers the council has admitted it could be two years or more before the end of Galway’s latest water crisis.
Galway City Council's autumn horribilis continued at the weekend when it lost the controversial High Court case over its handling of the €6.3 million funding for the Eyre Square renovation.
The Mayor of Galway city has hit out at the HSE West accusing it of “learning nothing” from the tragic death of a former University Hospital Galway outpatient in a car accident on his way home to Clifden last February.
A hospital inquiry into the tragic case of a Connemara man with hearing and speech problems who died while trying to find his way home from a hospital appointment has acknowledged deficits in its system.
Most people on waiting lists for public nursing homes are already in private nursing homes, says HSE
Some 95 per cent of people on waiting lists for public nursing home beds are already accommodated in private nursing homes.
City mayor Cllr Padraig Conneely claimed this week that people did not have confidence in the way in which the HSE West handled the Roscommon child abuse case.
City Mayor and HSE regional health forum member Cllr Padraig Conneely says he fears the delay in implementing protocols for the discharge of people with disabilities from hospital may result in further loss of life.
The HSE West has rejected an allegation by City Mayor Padraig Conneely that University Hospital Galway’s A&E department is a “ hellhole”.
City Mayor Cllr Padraig Conneely - who claims he was “ordered out” of University Hospital Galway A&E department recently and who walked out of the HSE’s regional health forum west meeting this week “in protest” over comments made by a senior health official - has vowed to continue being the “voice of the voiceless”.