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An information evening on prostate cancer will be held in Menlo Park Hotel on Thursday November 12.
A UCD professor who conducted a study of cyclists with fatal head injuries is recommending bicycle helmets be worn to protect against head injuries in the event of a collision, particularly at speeds of less than 50km/h.
As part of the International Brain Tumour Awareness Week 2015 an informal open evening in Cancer Care West will be held next Wednesday (28 Oct) between 7.30 – 9.00 pm.
The 16-game marathon begins for Connacht this evening when they host Zebre at the Galway Sportsground (7.30pm). This unprecedented lengthy succession of games, owing to the World Cup, will test Connacht's squad to the limit. It is a hefty schedule of 10 Pro 12 fixtures, that include the Christmas and New Year interprovincials, and six European matches, including the trip to Siberia to face Enisei and back-to-back games with Newcastle. It comes to a brief respite at the end of January.
The 16-game marathon begins for Connacht tomorrow evening when they host Zebre at the Galway Sportsground (7.30pm).
Connacht are back in the Galway Sportsground on Saturday (5pm) to face a Cardiff side that has always proven thorny opposition in the Guinness Pro 12.
After eight successful years Dr David Hanney, Dr Catherine O’Mahony, Dr Lorna Joyce and Dr Dan Delaney are moving from their thriving practice in the Orantown Centre to a recently renovated building on the Dublin Road, Oranmore. The new premises are strategically located just off the Oranbeg roundabout and comprises of 4000 sq feet with 13 consultation rooms. The new premises are modern, spacious and very accessible.
A child with special needs who is waiting on an operation at University Hospital Galway has had it cancelled on a number of occasions.
Now that the dust has settled and Mayo’s 2015 attempt to win back the Sam Maguire cup for the first time since 1951 came to a very disappointing end, I was somewhat amazed at the way the media and general public analysed the situation. You have to be thick skinned to be a manager of a senior inter-county team; I know I will never be. The knives are most certainly out. Everybody bar the team’s kit man has had some level of blame directed towards them.