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HSE criticised over delay in reopening Corrandulla Health Centre

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Galway Bay fm newsroom – The County Cathaoirleach has criticised the HSE for a delay in reopening Corrandulla Health Centre.
Mary Hoade says she was given assurances that the centre would reopen following interim works on flooring and walls at the facility.
An assessment has been undertaken with a view to carrying out interim works.
However, HSE management told this week’s meeting of the HSE Regional Health Forum West it was advised that interim works would be a ‘waste of money.’
Area Manager of the Galway Roscommon PCCC Catherine Cunningham confirmed that an application has been made to the HSE Estates Department for 35,000 euro for the required works.
Cathaoirleach Mary Hoade says it’s a relatively small amount of money and funding should be provided as soon as possible to reinstate the service.

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Gardai at scene of public order offence at Tuam Graveyard

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Galway Bay fm newsroom – Gardaí are currently at the scene of a public order incident at Tuam Graveyard.

FYI Galway understands the incident, which involves large numbers, broke out after a funeral.

The emergency services are also at the scene, and there are unconfirmed reports of injuries.

The situation is causing long traffic delays in the area.

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Foul play not suspected in discovery of body on Kinvara coastline

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Galway Bay fm newsroom – Following the post mortem examination Gardai are treating the discovery of a woman’s body near the coast in Kinvara as a tragedy which rmeans foul play is not suspected

A person out walking near the shoreline made the discovery at around 11.30 yesterday morning at Doorus, north of Kinvara

Gardai say efforts to identify the deceased are ongoing this evening

A spokesperson for Gort Gardai told FYI Galway the post mortem examination concluded this afternoon and An Garda Síochána are treating the death as a tragedy

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Coming up on FYI Galway@5

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  • Contact tracing is being stopped in primary schools and childcare facilities from Monday. It means testing of asymptomtic close contacts will be discontinued. The changes do not include special education facilities.
  • Following the post mortem examination Gardai are treating the discovery of a body near the coast in Kinvara as a tragedy. Efforts are underway to identify the woman.
  • Sinn Fein MLAs are welcoming Joe Biden’s latest warning to Boris Johnson about risking peace in Northern Ireland, by tampering with the protocol.
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