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Paraic’s Tips For Your Garden in Early May Whether you believe that May is a spring or summer month, we are sure you will all agree that it is a wonderful month in the garden.  The bare winter and early spring patches are filling in with fresh growth as the perennials make their appearance and… Read more »

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Connacht Tribune THE 2017 Galway Rose is a 23 year old nurse from Castlegar, Niamh Elwood, who works in the Acute Medical Unit at UHG and plays with Liam Mellows GAA club, saw off competition from 29 other finalists, to represent the county at this year’s Rose of Tralee Festival. Niamh, who was sponsored by… Read more »

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By Declan Tierney, Connacht Tribune SECOND level students attending a County Galway school are left devastated when thousands of euros they collected for a trip was stolen by heartless thieves during a break-in last week. First and second year students of Coláiste Baile Chláir in Claregalway had cobbled together funds for their school trips which… Read more »

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AMY’S House Creche is a purpose built childcare facility, providing a safe welcoming environment for young babies, wobblers, toddlers, Montessori and after school children. Since its foundation Amy’s House has grown and is now providing extra services including a dedicated after school service called Amy’s Den and a new innovative social club, Amy’s Bump Club… Read more »

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Ray O’Callaghan: Field of Dreams is giving hope to adults with Down Syndrome and their parents Ray O’Callaghan is the store manager at M&S Cork, chairman of Down Syndrome Cork and the brains behind Field of Dreams. He lives with his wife, Brenda, and their three children – David (18), Harry (15) and Grace (11)… Read more »

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PLEASE SUPPORT – My name is Shane Lawless, I live in Carnmore, I am in transition year student in Colaiste Bhaile Chlair,I am going to Gorodische Orphanage with the Burren Chernobyl project to do voluntary work from the 28th of May to the 11th of June. These projects are set up to help children and… Read more »

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FOR several decades, Malachy Qualter has entertained generations of people around the county, singing at all kinds of functions and events. Now after many years the Loughgeorge man has at last entered the recording studios and produced a wonderful recording. Recorded at Sounds Technical Studios in Kiltrogue, under the direction of Gerry Fahy, Malachy simply… Read more »

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Weekly Column – May 13th 2017 chaaaarrrrrd… All around us nature is in the process of a remarkable transition from brown to green.  The potting shed is resplendent with emerging green seedlings; green leaves have emerged on the trees in our garden; brown soil is bringing forth rapidly growing green weeds.  The decay and stasis… Read more »

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Paddy and the Beanstalk by thereluctantemigrant buying a house in ireland Well, what do you know, it seems the Irish property market has come full circle. Ten years ago the advice was buy, buy, buy, why?, because the prices were going up. The quicker you bought, the quicker you could flip it and buy two more… Read more »

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Free lunchtime screenings of international, award-winning films that reflect the lives of older people, children and families, and persons with disabilities, will be shown from Wednesday 17th – Friday 19th May in the 250-seater auditorium of NUIG’s ILAS (Institute for Lifecourse and Society) building, Corrib Village. The movie venue has wheelchair access, a theatre-size screen,… Read more »

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By Mark Walsh, Tuam Herald WE’VE all experienced the annoyance of a wheelie bin that has been knocked over and its contents scattered all over the ground. But an Athenry-based inventor has developed a product to solve the problem, and with no other competitor on the market the award nominations have been flooding in. Gaelan… Read more »

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