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Coronavirus: Deaths double in past 24 hours, cases rise in Galway

Ten more people have died from COVID-19 coronavirus in the past 24 hours in the Republic, the worst day so far...

Student nurses will be paid during COVID-19 crisis

Student nurses working in the health service during the COVID-19 crisis will be paid, Minister Simon Harris has confirmed.

Coronavirus: Number of confirmed cases in Galway rises again

The Department of Health has confirmed that another person has died in the Republic from COVID-19. There are...

Coronavirus: We need tougher laws NOW – delay costs lives, says SF

It is time to scale up emergency measures and restrictions to combat the coronavirus in Ireland. That's the...

HSE directs hospitals and healthcare facilities to suspend parking charges

The HSE has today directed all hospitals and healthcare facilities in the country to immediately suspend their parking charges for the...

NUIG student referred to HSE for possible Coronavirus infection

Results are due later today on an NUI Galway student who has been tested for the COVID-19 coronavirus after being triaged...

Galway TD says HSE creating obstacles for people with a disability seeking housing adaption grants

The HSE is putting an unnecessary obstacle in the way of elderly people or those with a disability applying for housing...

Appeal against Tuam Residential Care Centre plans by Longford man rejected

An Bord Pleanála has upheld planning permission for a 50 bed Residential Care Centre in Tuam, rejecting an appeal filed by...

Plans submitted for 60 bed community nursing unit at Merlin Park Hospital

The HSE has submitted plans for the construction of a 60 bed community nursing unit on the grounds of Merlin Park...

Winter funding of €647,000 announced for healthcare services in the west

Extra winter funding of €647,000 has been allocated by the HSE for healthcare services in the west of Ireland. The HSE's Winter Plan 2019-2020 published...

Public Health Nursing services in Ballinasloe and Portumna face closure over staff shortages says INMO

Public health nursing services in Ballinasloe and Portumna are facing closure due to staff shortages the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation has said. The INMO...

HSE hiring freeze putting older people at risk says Fitzmaurice

A hiring freeze in the west of Ireland by the HSE is putting older and vulnerable people in need of home care at risk...

Approval for Tuam Residential Care Centre appealed

Planning permission granted by the county council for a 50 bed Residential Care Centre in Tuam has been appealed to An Bord Pleanala. The HSE...

Ethnic food store served with closure order over dead rodents

An ethnic food store in Westside, Galway city was one of fourteen businesses in Ireland served with a closure order in the latest enforcement...

“Recidivist” burglar just kept stealing from HSE offices

A "recidivist" burglar pleaded guilty at Galway District Court to repeatedly breaking into the offices of the HSE in Galway city and stealing from...

UHG taking part in Big Switch Off energy saving weekend

University Hospital Galway is currently participating in the ‘Big Switch Off’energy saving competition. The aim of the Big Switch Off is to change the approach...

74-year-old woman ‘assaulted on trolley by drunk man’ at UHG

Gardaí are investigating an alleged assault on a 74-year-old woman at UHG. The woman was allegedly assaulted by 'somebody who was drunk' and roaming about...

Tuam 50 bed Residential Care Centre gets planning approval

The HSE's plans for a 50 bed Residential Care Centre in Tuam can progress to the next stage as planning permission has been granted...

Tenders to be sought for new 50 bed ward at Portiuncula Hospital

Tenders are to be sought for the new 50-bed ward block at Portiuncula Hopsital which is due to begin in 2021, it has been...

Galway awarded €190,000 for substance abuse family support worker

The appointing of a new family support worker in Galway city to help improve support available to families where there is a substance abuse...
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Coronavirus: 14 deaths and 294 new cases in Republic

The number of deaths related to COVID-19 in the Republic has risen to 36 after 14 more people died in the past 24 hours. The...

Deaf and Hard of Hearing people vulnerable during COVID-19 crisis

People who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing and experiencing difficulty during the public health emergency are being urged to contact Chime for support. The National Charity...

Libraries get €200k for eBooks & eAudiobooks

Keeping yourself entertained and occupied is an important consideration in lockdown, making it a welcome move that €200k has been allocated for improving our...

Students must get refunds for leaving accommodation early, says SF

Amid reports of students and parents being denied refunds for leaving their accommodation early due to the COVID-19 crisis, Sinn Féin's Housing spokesperson Eoin...