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After it was revealed last week that HIQA had issued the HSE with an Notice of Proposal to Cancel Registration for Centre 2 at Aras Attracta Swinford, the Mayo Advertiser contacted the HSE looking for a comment on the issue. The HSE did issue a statement, but it was received after the print edition of the paper had gone to the printers.
In a new three part series, The Galway Advertiser in conjunction with our classifieds website classifieds.advertiser.ie is examining the current state of the jobs market in the region. We spoke to experts from three well known recruitment companies which operate offices in the city; Collins McNicholas, Cpl, and HAYS. In this week’s feature, we assess the year gone by, while next week the recruiters make their predictions for 2015 and in the final part of the series, there will be advice and tips on how to land your dream job.
A local recruitment and human resources company is organising a charity run later this month in aid of a Galway suicide and self-harm crisis centre.
The AA has carried out a mystery shopping exercise which showed significant short-comings in the quality of car servicing carried out by garages.
The Eastern European woman who was badly beaten in a shocking incident in her city centre apartment in Kilkenny city this week has regained consciousness and has had initial contact with gardaí at her bedside.
Hundreds of parents, carers, service users, families and friends took to the streets yesterday (Wednesday) to protest over budgetary cuts to the Brothers of Charity Services.
If Galway bars, restaurants, and hotels are to survive the recession then commercial rates and water charges must be reduced and all other local authority charges frozen.
The elected members of Ballina Town Council narrowly passed a revised supplementary development contribution scheme at their monthly meeting. The revised plan which saw the cost of the contribution cut from €4,500 per residential unit to €3,500 was passed by a vote of five to four in the chamber after a lengthy debate. The proposal to put the item through but with a reduced charge was made by Fianna Fáil councillor Padraig Moore, which was a counter motion to Independent councillor Mary Kelly’s proposal to shelve the item for 12 months and bring it back to the council then.
There have been 53 confirmed cases of swine flu in the HSE west region. The area covers from Donegal down to Limerick and across to Tipperary. Eight four per cent of cases have presented in people less than 35 years of age.