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My name is Naomi Forkan, I go to school in the Jes. I have a great passion for food and I have learnt to cook at a very young age as my father is a chef and food is a big part of the house. I work in our family run business called moycullengreenfoods located in Eyre Square where Galway's atmosphere shines. I began to find myself really enjoying my working environment with my sister and meeting new people every day. I love interacting with people as I have a really bubbly personality. I find myself a very caring person, I started volunteering as a member of the order of Malta, as I have a keen interest in becoming a paramedic after I finish school and see this a great opportunity to gain as much knowledge in that field.
The Keep it Beating committee have launched a 24 hour CPR Relay, which will take place this June 9 in Athlone.
A local paramedic is hoping to do a great service for his mother Maureen by appearing on her behalf on the National Lottery Winning Streak game show on RTE One this Saturday (March 3).
“My body was completely broken, but I didn’t realise I would never see him again." These are the words of Gillian Treacy, mother of four-year-old Ciarán who was killed in a head-on collision with a drunk driver in April 2014.
“My body was completely broken, but I didn’t realise I would never see him again.” These are the words of Gillian Treacy, mother of four-year-old Ciarán who was killed in a head-on collision with a drunk driver in April, 2014.
A broad range of frontline emergency services and voluntary groups took part in a training exercise recently based on the scenario of a mass shooting in a residential area.
An exciting addition to community first aid and training services has been welcomed in Mayo this week with St John Ambulance Ireland announcing a new Mayo division commencing activities in April 2016. St John Ambulance is a voluntary first aid and ambulance charity that has been at the forefront of emergency care and training in Ireland for more than 100 years. The organization has a proud history in Ireland, for example during the 1916 Rising more than 600 St John Ambulance volunteers from across Dublin helped to treat the wounded on both sides of the conflict. This contribution was recently recognised with St John Ambulance participating in the Rising commemorations at the GPO this Easter.