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Out of control teenager jailed for car theft

A teenager who stole a car has been jailed for 11 months at Mullingar District Court.

Oranmore man uses internet tips to start cannabis growing

An Oranmore man who gleaned information from the internet on how to grow cannabis plants admitted his “stupidity” and “naivity” at Galway District Court this week before being ordered to carry out community service.

Good Samaritans to refurbish St Francis’ Home in bid to save it

A number of Good Samaritans have come forward offering to make the necessary refurbishments to St Francis’ public nursing home in Upper Newcastle to save it from closure.

Councillor Connolly claims HSE can afford St Francis nursing home refurbishment

Councillor Catherine Connolly has again reiterated her desire to save St Francis Nursing Home and stated that the cost of its refurbishment is less than one-third of a year’s rent on the building the HSE are renting on Seamus Quirke Road.

Hospital survey finds overcrowding at Mayo General is at a five-year low

Mayo General Hospital is one of the best performing hospitals in the country when it comes to the controversial issue of overcrowding.

HSE West could be €100 million over budget by December

A member of the HSE West’s regional health forum warned this week that the health authority could be €100 million over budget by the end of the year.

Community spirit key as Fr McGrath Centre sees funding restored

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A lifeline has been thrown to the people who use the services and those who work at the Father McGrath Centre in the city, putting an end to months of speculation over the centre’s future.

Trolley waits in Mayo reduce almost by half

The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO), following a comparative survey of its trolley watch figures for the first three months of each of the last six years, show that Mayo General Hospital is bucking the national trend, as trolley waits have almost halved from 2006 to 2011.

Open conversations aim to improve ways of supporting mental health

Better approaches to supporting mental health in the community may be achieved as a result of a series of six “open conversations” being held about the issue in the city over the coming months.

 

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