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Severe escalation in HSE recruitment embargo will have devastating impact in Galway, says Farrell

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Sinn Féin TD Mairead Farrell has expressed alarm at how the severe escalation in the HSE’s recruitment embargo will impact patients in Galway, ansd that this is a direct consequence of the Government’s disastrous decision to deliberately underfund the health service in 2024.

Ballinasloe stop added to 6.25am Galway to Dublin Heuston route

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The news that Ballinasloe is now included on a stop on the 6.25am service from Galway to Dublin Heuston has been welcomed by a local Fine Gael Senator who has also vowed to have the tea trolley service reinstated on the Galway to Diublin lines.

Additional 215,000 people eligible for GP Visit Cards says Rabbitte

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Minister of State Anne Rabbitte, has welcomed the news that an additional 215,000 people in Ireland are now eligible for the GP Visit Card Scheme. The Galway East TD is also encouraging people to check their eligibility in the wake of expanded criteria.

Just one in four employees want to work ‘on-site’ full-time

“The office” remains the primary place of work for just under half of Irish employees, with 45pc exclusively working from their office.

Workers want greater employer supports for women returning to workplace post career break

Seventy percent of employees believe that Irish employers should offer additional supports such as career coaching and additional training for women returning to the workplace following maternity leave or an extended career break to start a family.

New medical life breathed into The Grove

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The historical role that The Grove in Tuam played in the medical life of North Galway was celebrated on Monday when Tánaiste Micheál Martin, TD, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister for Defence opened the Children’s Disability Network Team (CDNT) & Adult Community Mental Health Services (ACMHT) facility on the site of the former hospital.

Sinn Féin plan for 393,000 extra medical cards – Conway-Walsh

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Mayo Sinn Féin TD, Rose Conway-Walsh has outlined Sinn Féin’s multi-year plan to fix the health service, which would start with a Year 1 investment of €1.5 billion in capacity, workforce training, and cutting the cost of healthcare.

TUS and Bon Secours Hospital sign agreement to facilitate future clinical nursing placements

Technological University of the Shannon’s (TUS) Athlone campus has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Bon Secours Hospital Galway to facilitate clinical placements for nursing students.

Unlocking the future of cancer research: with an innovative online game

Researchers have developed a new interactive game to explain to cancer patients how they can contribute to life-saving research.


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