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The United Left Alliance Galway’s Alternative to Austerity event, which takes place this Sunday, is set to be, a “public meeting to explore alternatives to the Government’s slash-and-burn agenda”.
This Friday Kilkenny students will be selling chocolate bars for the Hope Foundation in a fundraising event for the Hope Foundation’s first ever national day, A Day of Hope.
The new document published yesterday on public sector reform may appear to be irrelevant to those of us who do not work in the public sector but on closer inspection, it becomes clear that everyone is going to be affected by these cuts.
A mobile hearing clinic will be available at Lidl, Bury Street, Ballina, today (Friday), providing hearing screenings free of charge.
More jobs are to be created at the Bon Secours Hospital due to the proposed addition of new services, the official opening of the new €15 million expansion of facilities at the Renmore hospital was told recently.
There will be smiles all round from the staff and guests at Bon Secours Hospital in Galway today as they welcome An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, for the official opening of the new €15 million expansion.
Westmeath medical devices companies were among 80 companies exhibiting at the Enterprise Ireland Med in Ireland Expo at the Convention Centre Dublin last week, gaining exposure to 250 medical technology and healthcare companies from 31 countries. One of the exhibiting companies was Mergon Group Ltd from Castlepollard, County Westmeath.
There will be smiles all round from the staff and guests at Bon Secours Hospital tomorrow as they welcome An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, for the official opening of the new €15 million expansion.
THE TULCA Festival of Visual Arts 2011 kicks off on Friday next November 4. The festival will examine aspects of the recent fall-out in Ireland and internationally, by addressing artist responses to political, social, and economic collapse. Entitled ‘After the fall’ it will also consider re-imaginings of the future in the wake of these collapses. A range of well-known Irish artists will feature in this year’s programme, many of these artists engage with contentious issues in post-Celtic Tiger Ireland. Tulca runs until November 20 in galleries across Galway.
Oranmore Pharmacy is an independently-owned community pharmacy in the centre of Oranmore village. In business since 1994, the original pharmacy was located in the main street and moved to its current location in Oranpoint in 2009.