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Condemned Bower’s Walk bridge driving councillor mad
The row over the cost of replacing a condemned footbridge linking Main Street, Ballinrobe to the Bower’s Walk, continued at this week’s meeting of the Ballinrobe electoral area committee.
Coonan refutes reports that suggest downgrading of St Luke’s
The accident and emergency department at St Luke’s Hospital in Kilkenny is safe according to local Fianna Fail Councillor John Coonan, who is also a member of the HSE South.
NUI Galway to host international breast cancer conference today
Multidisciplinary breast cancer care is the main theme of the second international breast cancer conference to be held at the Arts Millennium Building at NUI Galway on Thursday (today) and Friday.
Trampoline injury cases on the rise at UHG’s A&E department
The number of children attending University Hospital Galway’s emergency department due to injuries from using trampolines is on the rise.
Jamie gets second opinion in London hospital
A little girl who has been denied a life saving operation in Crumlin Children’s Hospital visited Great Ormonde St in London yesterday to have an assessment for her condition.
Patients availing of breast care services at UHG almost doubled in last four years
The number of patients availing of breast care services annually at University Hospital Galway has almost doubled in the past four years.
Bounce away without injury!
Trampolines may be great fun and children love them, but they are also a major cause of injury. The chances of having an accident increase greatly if more than one person uses a trampoline, regardless of size, shape, or make. This is something that the emergency department at University Hospital Galway is only too aware of, as the numbers of children attending due to injuries from trampolines has increased.
Gardens and history roll into one at Woodville
Once off the duel-motorway at Athlone, the traffic on our main roads is often so heavy that if I have time, I will take a country road home. Loughrea’s welcome new by-pass makes a visit to that old busy town now worthwhile, and easy. Its difficult to pass St Brendan’s Cathedral, and its magnificent Celtic stained glass windows and sculpture, without a visit. And then, take the Gort road to Galway. On a glorious summer afternoon, the hedgerows are bursting with white blackberry blossom, wild irises, fuchsia, honeysuckle and foxglove. I was looking for Woodville House and its newly opened walled garden, but ruined cut-stone walls, and high gates reminded me that here, in this corner of Galway, poor tenant farmers stood up to the powerful Marquis of Clanricarde to own the land they worked on. The so-called Land War was fought nowhere more fierce, nor attracted more world wide publicity than on the Clanricarde estates in Portumna, Woodford, Eyrecourt and surrounding areas.
The South East Garden Show- a weekend not to be missed
The South East Garden Show and Modern Homes & Building Exhibition returns once again by popular demand.
Convention for Mayo psoriasis sufferers
Two leading doctors will address the sixth national convention of the Psoriasis Association of Ireland in the Galway Bay Hotel, Salthill, on Saturday, September 19 and the Psoriasis Association of Ireland is urging the estimated 2,400 sufferers from the county to attend the one-day event.