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Thank you all so much for the messages of support, encouragement, texts and well wishes. You have made this journey so much easier for me. My knowledge and understanding of our situation has increased again thanks to embarking on this journey. I really think that in my own situation, now the finishing line or discharge… Read more »

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BY DECLAN VARLEY Galway Advertiser, Thu, Nov 30, 2017 Paul Giblin was one of the most amazing athletes to come out of the west of Ireland in recent years. He was one of the most successful oarsman to come from NUIG BC, with 19 national titles, multiple representations and medals at international level and two medals… Read more »

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THE annual Park & Ride Christmas Service commenced last Saturday and Sunday 2/3 December.  The service will continue to operate from Thursday December 7-10 and from Thursday December 14 every day right up to Christmas Eve. The service will operate from Ballybrit Racecourse to the City Centre from 9.30am to 9.30pm on the days of… Read more »

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By Lara McNamara, Galway Advertiser Flag – a new taxi app designed for students will launch in Dublin City this December.  The unique app is the only service in the world that allows a passenger to travel and pay for taxis with no phone, cash or bank card while ensuring the driver still gets paid…. Read more »

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Life after death: Remembering Galway’s Niall Donohue Four years after taking his own life, those who knew him best talk about the impact of his death Sat, Dec 2, 2017, 06:00 Updated: Sat, Dec 2, 2017, 06:23 Malachy Clerkin 1 Niall Donohue in action for Galway in 2013. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho     Share to FacebookShare to… Read more »

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Dear Fellow Gardeners, Last week I was teaching for a couple of days at the Permaculture College in Kinsale.  It’s a fascinating place with student from all over Europe and plants from all over the world – and Kinsale itself is probably one of the most beautiful towns in Ireland. Next I went to Blarney… Read more »

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The Burren Chernobyl Project was set up in 1993 in Ennistymon, Co. Clare.  The project was established to help the victims of the fallout from the Chernobyl reactor equipment. The project helps children and their families who are enduring the effects of the exposure to radiation and other social and economic problems facing them in… Read more »

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Make your community a safer place For your neighbour For your children For older people For vulnerable people For you, Your Family And your home Community Alert is a community programme organised by voluntary groups in association with Muintir na TIre and An Garda Síochána.   What can you do? Get to know your neighbours,… Read more »

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THE change of season with shorter days and longer evenings of darkness allow us more time to reconnect and reflect on the current year.  Your wellness is crucial to the wellbeing of your mind, body and soul.  Three simple steps each day can assist you to feel good in bod and mind.  The first step… Read more »

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CLAREGALWAY Cookery School is run by Susie O’Conor since 1999.  She trained at Ballymaloe Cookery School in Shanagarry Co. Cork where she worked as an instructor for eight years. She now runs evening cookery classes for adults and also children’s cookery classes throughout the summer and during school breaks.  People come to Claregalway Cookery School… Read more »

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‘Never Too Old’ Charity shop benefits the community as a whole. THE new improved ‘Never Too Old’ Charity shop based in Cois Chláir, Claregalway (behind the Arches Hotel) was established in 2012 and is run 100% by volunteers from the community and surrounding areas.  The shop accepts donations of re-sellable clothing, bric a brac and… Read more »

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