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Homelessness is a very real problem in Mayo but it is not presenting itself in a stereotypical way, as individuals sleeping rough on the streets or in parks.
With over half of city private rented properties and 82 per cent of county rented properties failing local authority inspections,Threshold Galway is calling for an NCT-style inspection process to place more responsibility on landlords to ensure that their property meets the standards required.
The Irish Cancer Society has revealed the counties in Ireland which have a high bowel cancer incidence rate at its launch of bowel cancer awareness month which takes place in April. The society is urging people, particularly those in bowel cancer ‘hotspots’, to reduce their risk of bowel cancer by making some small lifestyle changes.
Anecdotal evidence that tourism in Ballina and the north Mayo area has been buoyant so far this year is supported by new figures just released by Ballina Chamber of Commerce.
There are high expectations for the tourist season this year after hotels in Galway city reported a strong occupancy rate during the St Patrick’s weekend, that is according to Fáilte Ireland.
A rich jewel of Ireland’s heritage was unveiled for the first time to the public in Ballina to mark the conclusion of National Heritage Week on Sunday, August 26 last.
Gareth Jones from Glasson Hotel and Country Club was one of 20 owners and senior managers in the Irish tourism sector to recently graduate from the Fáilte Ireland executive management programme which is designed in conjunction with Cornell University, USA. The graduation ceremony which took place in Trinity College Dublin honoured participants from across the tourism sector including representatives from hotels, restaurants, and other tourism activities/attractions. The programme was based on a study of a range of job-related topics covering strategy, marketing, finance, management, and operations.
The Irish Cancer Society is once again designating April as national Bowel Cancer Awareness Month and is launching a major awareness campaign encouraging people across Ireland to talk openly about the symptoms associated with the development of bowel cancer.
With this year’s Daffodil Day now just weeks away, the Irish Cancer Society is calling for volunteers to help with the annual fundraising event.
People are being urged to remember their loved ones by supporting a unique fundraising venture.