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Midwife confirms making ‘Catholic country’ remark but no hurt was intended

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The midwife manager on St Monica's Ward at University Hospital Galway has confirmed that it was she who told Savita Halappanavar that her pregnancy could not be terminated because Ireland was a "Catholic country" but added that was not meant in a hurtful context.

Savita’s husband to seek further answers as HSE report is found lacking

An HSE report, which found a medical team lacked full understanding of Ireland’s abortion laws placing an overemphasis on the unviable foetus and an underemphasis on the deteriorating health of the mother, has been criticised by Savita Halappanvar’s husband for failing to fully explain why his wife died at University Hospital Galway last October.

Come to the Asian Mela in Shantalla

Shantalla’s St Joseph’s Community Centre will become a piece of Asia this weekend when female members of Galway’s Asian community host a unique cultural event and fair.

Galway religions to host peace and non-violence event

The Galway Interfaith Alliance will host a special event on peace and non-violence in the Menlo Park hotel tomorrow from 7pm.

Slumdog Millionaire

A QUIZ show seems like an unusual premise to build a novel around, but Vikas Swarup managed to cram quite a backstory around India’s fictional version of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? in his debut novel.


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