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Mayo General overcrowding crisis deepens

There has been a 40 per cent increase in the number of people treated on trolleys at Mayo General Hospital in the last two years.

Search for top student artists launched

The search to find Ireland’s top young artists of 2011 is under way as brochures for the 57th Texaco Children’s Art Competition are arriving at primary and second-level schools throughout the county. Copies are also available through Texaco service stations and on-line at www.texacochildrensart.com.

Survival of Irish craft workers tops agenda

A two-day conference for craft workers in Ireland begins in Galway tomorrow.

Bus from Castlebar to trade union march in Dublin

The Irish Congress of Trade Unions is to hold a major national demonstration on Saturday November 27 in Dublin.

Up to 200 Galway city health jobs at risk, say unions, as talks drag on

Talks between the Health Service Executive and health sector unions over proposed job cuts and savings in the west adjourned on Tuesday after seven-and-a-half hours.

NUI Galway/GMIT job losses to reach 140 by end of year

More than 100 jobs will have been lost in NUI Galway in the space of two years, while 39 jobs will have been lost from GMIT, new figures from the Higher Education Authority (HEA) have revealed.

IMPACT biennial delegate conference in Kilkenny

The biennial conference of IMPACT, Ireland’s largest public service union, takes place in the conference centre of the Lyrath Estate Hotel, Kilkenny, from Wednesday May 19 to Friday May 21. The conference opens at 7pm on May 19 and will finish on the afternoon of May 21.

New general secretary of Impact union ratified

Shay Cody has been announced as the new general secretary of the country's largest public sector union at Impact’s biennial conference in Kilkenny.

Teachers have nothing left to give says Kilkenny TUI at Newpark meeting

At a Kilkenny campaign meeting against the public service proposals held at the Newpark Hotel on Thursday night last, the Teachers’ Union of Ireland (TUI) warned that teachers have ‘nothing left to give” in terms of productivity and that the sector has already been ‘bled dry’.

Labour can do better than a partnership with Fine Gael

With all the recent trade union conferences taking place in Galway, plus Labour’s annual congress, you could be forgiven for thinking our city is a socialist Mecca. However, can you remember when the last May Day demonstration happened here?

 

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