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My inspiration for my writings comes from trying to live my life by loving others deeply from the heart and this has always been on my New Year’s resolution list year in and year out. It’s not always easy but each year I try harder, especially as I get older! Loving deeply Loving and living… Read more »

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The following reports were written by students of Coláiste Bhaile Chláir, following visits to the school from guest lecturers. They learned about STEM—the growing field of Science Technology Engineering and Maths. In this subject students spend a double period each week looking at elements of this rapidly growing industry. Students explore each of the four… Read more »

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by Bob Moorehead We have taller buildings but shorter tempers; wider freeways but narrower viewpoints; we spend more but have less; we buy more but enjoy it less; we have bigger houses and smaller families; more conveniences, yet less time; we have more degrees but less sense; more knowledge but less judgement; more experts, yet… Read more »

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Western Bushcraft Skills is a new outdoor activity provider set up by Steven Lenihan in June 2013 specialising in bushcraft and survival skills. The 12th Galway Claregalway Scouts spent a weekend at Halloween in Cregg Castle mastering the wilderness with Western Bushcraft Skills, and wrote these reports on their adventures. Halloween Camp at Cregg Castle by… Read more »

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“Where your treasure is, there will your heart be also.” Not a quote from any of the world’s economist’s but from the gospel of Matthew 6:21. The gospel quote tells us that true wealth is not about material possessions, but about depth of relationships. Likewise, true progress is not just about economic growth, rather it… Read more »

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by Ronan Scully I was out in a boat recently in what has now become one of my favourite places in Ethiopa, Lake Tana in the North. I was with three of my close friends, Paul, Ciara and Orla, and we stopped to view the lake stretching on forever beneath and in front of us…. Read more »

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With only a few weeks left before Christmas, we are in full planning mode here on what to make—or bake—to share with our family and friends this year. Every year, we source and stash interesting glass jars and small tins that make handy gift packaging when the time comes. The cool thing about re-cycling (or… Read more »

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GIY announces winning community food-growing projects to be funded by the GIY Get Ireland Growing Fund, in partnership with AIB. Seventy-two community based food-growing projects, including voluntary groups, residents associations, schools and hospitals are to benefit from grants of up to €5000 from the GIY (Grow It Yourself) Get Ireland Growing Fund, in partnership with… Read more »

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November has always had a special significance as the start of the winter season. We remember those we once knew but are now dead, and we ask God to show mercy to them. We also pray to them to help us to live out our lives as lovingly as some of them did. These faithful… Read more »

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Overcome that fear now! Improve your Communication & Leadership Skills Gain confidence speaking in public Learning techniques for impromptu & prepared speeches Enjoy speaking in public in a welcoming club environment Visit the Corrib Toastmasters Club For a supportive and practical way to become a more effective communicator. Friendly learning environment attracting a diverse range… Read more »

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The passing of Danny Frank Monaghan brought widespread sadness to the area. Danny was much loved and highly respected in the community. He always had time for people and loved to chat with neighbours, relations and friends. Over many years Danny played a major role in the community of Lackagh and Turloughmore. A keen hurler… Read more »

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