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A doctor and several nurses were the heroes of the hour when he helped deliver a baby girl on board a train travelling from Galway to Dublin on Tuesday evening.
Mayo's trip to the big apple to take on New York in the first round of the championship can only be described as a monumental occasion and event for all concerned with Mayo GAA.
I loved studying at CNM as it showed me the most natural yet powerful way to health — our diet.
Grand Marshal of New York St Patrick’s Parade presented with iconic Michael Collins Rug from Foxford Woollen Mills
Mayo County Council was delighted to present the Grand Marshal of the New York City St Patrick’s Day parade, Brian O’Dwyer, with an iconic Foxford Woollen Mills Michael Collins Rug, at a function in New York on Friday March 15.
Once an exclusive club, the number of people living to celebrate their hundredth birthday has grown exponentially across both the developing world to the point where centenarians are now the fastest growing demographic globally. In Ireland, the centenarian population has exploded, rising 20 percent in just four years. This number is expected to increase ten-fold by 2050.
The endoscopy service at Roscommon Hospital has been developing year on year with a corresponding increase in activity resulting in almost 3900 procedures conducted in 2018.
Irish politics needs more women. With the upcoming Local Elections, we are presented with a great opportunity to expand the number of women involved, especially as, currently, the national average of women’s representation at local councils is at 21 per cent.
“WE'RE LIVING in a time riven by conflict. You look at what’s happening in the United States, what’s going on with Brexit, North and South Korea, Palestine and Israel. It’s impossible not to see turmoil and turbulence."
A new book from Rita Ann Higgins is always a cause for celebration and Friday February 15 sees the publication of Our Killer City, a scintillating and spiky compendium of essays and poems.
Saolta University Health Care Group, the organisation which runs the local public hospitals, has reassured patients who have had appointments or procedures cancelled because of the nurses' strike that they will be contacted directly to re-schedule.