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Clowns to the right, voters to the left

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Half of the 27 candidates who have declared for the Midlands-North-West European Parliament constituency set out their stalls at two similar events this week with very different outcomes.

Heart and Stroke charity launches Croí in Your Community mobile health unit

Croí, the heart and stroke charity, has launched its cutting-edge mobile health unit. This innovative initiative, made possible by the generous legacy gift from the Joe and Helen O’Toole Trust, marks a significant milestone in Croí’s mission to prevent disease, save lives, and promote recovery and wellbeing.

Minister must intervene to reinstate vital bus route – Parsons

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Local Cllr Evelyn Parsons has called on the Minister for Transport to immediately intervene in the reinstatement of a multi-stop bus services along the Galway-Ballinasloe-Dublin route. This follows the decision by the National Transport Authority not to introduce a new route to following Aircoach’s decision to cease operating on the route.

Qualified trainees receive Sláintecare Healthy Communities Westmeath awards

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Tuar Ard Moate was the location on Friday last as Westmeath County Council Cathaoirleach, Cllr Liam McDaniel presented Sláintecare Healthy Communities Westmeath QQI Level 6 awards in Health Literacy to 15 newly qualified trainees.

New communication passport to help people with dementia introduced in the west

A new initiative, designed to reduce communication barriers for people with dementia when accessing health services, has been introduced locally.

Fallon confirms he will contest June election as Independent candidate

Cllr Laurence Fallon has confirmed that he will contest June’s local elections as an Independent candidate in the Athlone Electoral Area (Roscommon).

Government are putting Westmeath patients’ lives at risk – Deputy Clarke

Local Sinn Féin Deputy, Sorca Clarke, has said that the Government’s decision to underfund the health service this year is putting patients’ lives at risk.

World AIDs Day concert at St Nick’s

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Cois Cladaigh choir and Galway’s Bel Canto sopranos will perform a unique charity concert at St Nicholas Collegiate Church on Friday, December 1, at 8pm.

AkiDwA to host health and wellness fair in St Kieran’s Community Centre Athlone

AkiDwA, a national Network of Migrant women and charity organisation, supports migrant women living in Ireland in the areas of health, integration and sexual, domestic and gender-based violence, among others.

Demand for health insurance remains high despite rising costs - HIA report

The Health Insurance Authority’s (HIA) annual report has revealed that the health insurance market remained in a strong position in 2022 and the number of people with health insurance in Ireland continued to rise including increasing numbers purchasing cover for the first time.


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