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Miss Galway table quiz in aid of Console

Miss Galway 2015 entrants are hosting a fundraising table quiz at The Stock Exchange Bar in aid of this year’s charity partner, Console.

City taxi driver celebrates turning sixty with charitable act

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A Galway city man will mark his 60th birthday in a unique way this summer by raising much needed funds for a suicide prevention and bereavement charity in the city.

President honours suicide charity’s 10 years of service to Ireland

President Michael D Higgins hosted gala celebrations to honour the staff at Console, Ireland’s national suicide prevention charity, which celebrates its tenth anniversary this year.

National suicide prevention charity to respond to suicides in Mayo

Console , the national charity for suicide prevention and suicide bereavement, is hoping to extend its services to the Mayo region in the very near future.

Console launches new suicide support centre in Mayo

Console, the national suicide prevention and bereavement charity, is to open an outreach service for the Mayo region based at Midfield in Swinford.

The Soap Box – A regular column in which readers tell us about what matters to them....

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More than 520 people died through suicide in Ireland in 2009 — that is more than one person each day — and the numbers continue to increase. For the families and friends of the victim the impact is devastating. Each year, another 12,000 people have presented at hospital A&E departments having engaged in acts of deliberate self-harm or attempted suicide.More people die through suicide than on our roads. The budget to fund the Road Traffic Authority to reduce road traffic deaths is €40 million. The total Government budget for suicide prevention is only €5 million.

 

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