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24 Bowling Green,   Galway   Dear Editor,   There was a time in Ireland when the elderly were treated with great respect and lived out their lives to the end of their days as important members of the family and society . Families were large so there was always a family member to keep… Read more »

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The proposed new road layout around Galway Cathedral, including a potential plaza area. Galway City Tribune – The planning process for the most radical overhaul of traffic and transport in the history of the city is to be completed this year with ‘the cheque waiting to be written’ from the start of next year for the… Read more »

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GIY Weekly Column January 6th 2018 Growing In January And February It may still be winter but now is the time to get started for year ahead. Don’t jump straight into seed sowing however, start with a little planning… Low heat levels are the main reason that we can’t generally sow seeds in January and… Read more »

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Brighten Up Your Garden & Patio In January “Anyone who thinks gardening begins in the spring and ends in the fall is missing the best part of the whole year; for gardening begins in January with the dream.”Josephine Nuese As we enter the New Year we are reminded of new beginnings and opportunities. Nowhere is… Read more »

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PRESS RELEASE – Innovative “care for spare room” solution could help health and housing crisis The health and housing crises regularly hit the news headlines in Galway. Social Democrats Galway candidate Niall Ó Tuathail is exploring a partial solution to both where older Galwegians provide spare rooms to people who are willing to provide companionship… Read more »

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  The death has occurred of Willie COLLINS Waterdale, Claregalway, Galway Suddenly, at his residence. Sadly missed by his sisters Mae and Breege, brother-in-law Jack, nieces, nephews, relatives, neighbours and friends.   Reposing at Sioraiocht in the grounds of the Church of the Assumption and St. James, Claregalway, on Wednesday evening from 5pm with removal… Read more »

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SUPERVISED STUDY – Located in Coláiste Baile Chláir from 6.30 to 9.30 pm.– The Study Centre offers after school distraction free study for Junior and Leaving Certificate students. Contact 091 798 430 OR 086 391 3852 further information. NO phones allowed.   Supervised Study in Coláiste Bhaile Chláir from 6.30 to 9.30 pm Mon to… Read more »

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€26.167 million investment by Government in Galway’s national road network  Minister for Community Development, Natural Resources and Digital Development and Fine Gael TD for Galway West and Mayo South Seán Kyne has today confirmed Government investment of €26.167 million for Galway’s national roads this year.  The Government funding allocated to Galway’s councils by Transport Infrastructure… Read more »

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http://fasos.maastrichtuniversity.nl/…/caoilinn-hughes-nov…/ Dazzling and daringly original, this debut novel tells the story of an unforgettable young woman’s coming of age across Dublin, London, and New York Orchid & the Wasp brings to life the spiky and passionate voice of Gael Foess as she struggles to become her own person in the face of her dysfunctional family…. Read more »

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Take a different path to Personal, Professional and Organisational Success The Art and Practice of Adaptive Leadership Details  Created: 31 December 2017 Art and Practice of Adaptive Leadership Leadership can be described and applied in different ways, especially to dilemmas in the workplace. However, often when we are in difficult situations we tend to trust what we… Read more »

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New Year, New Habits! Ah, but will they stick? January 4, 2018 Sue Redmond, PhD This time of year, people abound with resolutions to create changes in their lives. A new year, a new leaf! What many people find is that by February the initial energy that gets people started dissipates and they go back… Read more »

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  New Year again and naturally we’re recalling our, ahem, ambitious resolutions from last year but trying to focus on our upcoming ambitions for 2018. Last year I vowed to write a book and I did, somewhat. Thing is when it comes to writing, something like a book it’s all to do with wordcount, an… Read more »

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