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The death has occurred of Dr. Tomás O’SheaLackagh, Turloughmore, Galway / Dingle, Kerry  Dr. Tomás O’Sé. Turloughmore, Co. Galway and late of Seanachoill, Cuas, Co. Kerry. 13th April 2020.Husband of Eileen, who died on 3rd February, 2019. Sadly missed by his daughters, Róna, Muirinn, Aisling, Sinéad and Bláithín, sons-in-law Paudie, Eamonn, Padraic, partner David, grandchildren Niamh,… Read more »

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The death has occurred of Hugh O’NeillClaregalway, Galway / Baldoyle, Dublin The death has occurred of Hugh O’Neill, Lakeview, Claregalway, Co. Galway and formerly of Baldoyle, Dublin. April 14th 2020 at University Hospital, Galway. Deeply mourned by his beloved wife of 60 years, Nan (Nan a Ghabh, Letterard, Carna), his loving and much loved daughters… Read more »

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The death has occurred of Rev. Fr Brendan Dunning SMAClonown, Athlone, Roscommon / Claregalway, Galway Rev. Fr Brendan Dunning SMARev Fr Brendan, Society of African Missions, SMA Claregalway [late of Clonown, Athlone, Co Roscommon], on 13th April 2020, unexpectedly, at the Laurel Lodge Nursing Home, Longford. Predeceased by his parents John and Mary [née Gavin],… Read more »

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Gardening during COVID-19 The Coronavirus Covid-19 crisis shouldn’t keep you away from your garden. Quite the opposite, a lockdown is a great opportunity to get back into your own garden. We recognise the importance of getting outside and gardening, it’s good for our overall well being and it’s something really nice to do when we… Read more »

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The death has occurred of Patricia Tierney (née McGrath)Cregmore, Claregalway, Galway / Loughrea, Galway Patricia Tierney (nee McGrath), Loughrea and formerly of Cregmore, Claregalway. Co Galway. April 10th 2020, peacefully, at Galway Hospice. Predeceased by her husband Patrick and sister Freddie. Sadly missed by her son Francis, daughter in law Joelene, brothers Murty and Edward, her partner… Read more »

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OVID-19 By RunIreland – April 9, 2020 0 Article by Dr. Jane Walsh, Health Psychologist NUI Galway. The coronavirus pandemic has caused a major upheaval to all of our lives. Many people are stressed and worried about money, jobs and the threat to their health and that of their loved ones. On top of that, the latest lockdown measures have… Read more »

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The death has occurred of Christine Hegarty (née Dooley)Glassons Avenue, Cobh, Cork / Claregalway, Galway Formerly of Liscananaun, Clare Galway, Co Galway and recently of Kilcara nursing home, Duagh, Co Kerry. Peacefully, in the wonderful care of Kilcara nursing home. Wife of the late Charlie Hegarty & much loved mother of Karl, John, Rachel,Dorothy, Cynthia… Read more »

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Ronan Scully 4 hrs ·  As we enter lockdown for another few weeks and as we journey towards Easter Sunday we know full well that the coronavirus outbreak has had a profound impact on our beautiful country and countries around the world—and increasingly, here now in our beautiful country of Ireland. Tough times presently and ahead… Read more »

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06 Apr 2020 David KnowlesDigital Media Specialist, World Economic Forum  World vs Virus PodcastListen now on SpotifyMost PopularHow does your immune system work?Phil Cain 07 Apr 2020These photos show China’s national 3-minute silence, to honour those who have died from coronavirusAlexandra Ma · Business Insider 05 Apr 2020Coronavirus could trigger biggest fall in carbon emissions since World… Read more »

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  The latest from Croí Heart and Stroke Charity, Spring 2020 A message from Neil Johnson, Croí Chief ExecutiveTo all our Croí community,I hope you and your family are keeping safe and well in these very challenging times. The Croí Health Team is here as always if you need support. Contact us by email at healthteam@croi.ie or call… Read more »

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The advantages of modern technology where family members can see and talk to each other through phones, have become a lifeline for many families as people are obeying the requests issued by the HSE to stay in in order to stay alive. While it is a difficult time for many families, most people are observing… Read more »

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There was widespread sadness at the news spread of the passing of Francis Long of Kiltrogue. Francis was the eldst of the Long family and he lived with his brother Mick and his wife Pat and their family at the family home. Francis was a gifted and talented person. He could turn his hand to… Read more »