Filter by category

Posted on in Features

Tagged:

The Work of a Nurse There is a great variety of work in the field of nursing and interested persons have a wide choice. The Nurse’s primary function is the care of the sick, the aged and the infirm, either in general or specialised hospitals, or in their homes under the Public Health Service, bringing… Read more »

via http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Hermes_Maia_Staatliche_Antikensammlungen_2304.jpg

Posted on in Features

Tagged:

There are several stories about how this month was named. According to one story, May was named for Maia, the Roman goddess of spring and growth (seen above on an amphora painted in 500BC). Another story has it that may is short for majores, a Latin word that means older men. Some people think that… Read more »

Posted on in Features

Tagged:

I felt a cleaving in my mind, As if my brain had split I tried to match it—seam by seam But could not make them fit The thought behind I strove to join Onto the thought before But sequence revelled out of sound Like balls—upon a floor Emily Dickenson 1864 Aims ADD/ADHD among the general… Read more »

Posted on in Features

Tagged:

In a recent issue of Nuacht Chláir, there was a very interesting article on rubbish and recycling, hopefully readers will keep a copy for reference. Rubbish and its disposal is very topical at present. Recycling in this country is only beginning and must be encouraged and supported by local authorities and communities alike and every… Read more »

Posted on in Features

Make sure that the Town Commissioners have no power or influence and reinforce this by turning the Town Hall into an empty shell. Arrange with the main political parties that nobody from the town is ever elected to the Dáil or Seanad. Discourage tourists and customers from coming to the town by building on all… Read more »

Posted on in Features

Tagged:

Anyone who went into the Town Hall Theatre on the 2nd or 3rd April, to see Compántas Lir’s presentation of Marina Carr’s By the Bog of Cats would acknowledge what a pity it was that this fine play couldn’t be performed where all of Compántas Lir’s productions to-date have been—among their own in Claregalway. The necessary… Read more »

Posted on in Features

Tagged:

The date of Easter: Since the Council of Nicaea in 325, the dating of Easter has been that it be celebrated on the Sunday following the first full moon after the spring equinox. In the West, only the Celtic church in Britain and Ireland refused to accept the date until 664 because of their own… Read more »

Posted on in Features

Tagged:

Colour is an important element in design, it brings spaces, shapes and patterns to life. It can be matched, contrasted or highlighted with use of paints, paper and fabrics. It can create mood and style, and change our perception of size and time. Colour can affect us psychologically, making us feel happy or depressed, anxious… Read more »

Posted on in Features

Tagged:

We in Video Paradiso have a wide selection of movies available on DVD. DVD-Video is the new wave in home entertainment, an advanced technology designed to forever change the way we watch movies and music videos in the home. DVD-Video discs are the same size as traditional compact discs, but they can do much more…. Read more »

Posted on in Features

Tagged:

April, the clock has gone forward and with the arrival of the long evenings our interest in the garden has been re-awakened. Trees are beginning to break into leaf and soon you will notice all the flowering cherries and flowering crabs break into bloom. Vegetable Garden You can start planting. Seed potatoes can be still… Read more »

Posted on in Features

Tagged:

Claregalway Skin Care & Aromatherapy Clinic  Aromatherapy is a truly Holistic therapy taking into account the mind, body and spirit seeking help. Aromatherapy has its roots in the most ancient healing practice of mankind. Massage with essential oils diluted in a carrier oil is the most important method of treatment, for it combines the effects… Read more »

Posted on in Features

The custom of honouring mothers began thousands of years ago. Myths were created by people as they began to weave wonderful stories about gods and goddesses who moved the sun across the sky and twinkled the stars at night. These stories were added to year after year. Some of the first myths were told by… Read more »

Page 48 of 56« First...102030...4647484950...Last »