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Dazzling Darol Anger at the Linenhall

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Darol Anger and the Republic of Strings perform at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar onThursday, May 11 at 8pm as part of a Music Network tour. With his unique genre-bending blend of bluegrass, jazz, folk and classical styles, Grammy-nominated fiddler Darol Anger is a master of the unexpected, darting from Swedish polkas to Brazilian choro before segueing seamlessly into a soul classic — all delivered with the rollicking abandon of a hootenanny.

Anger and disbelief as Coosan NS project left out in the cold

Residents of Athlone were left angry and bewildered this week as news filtered through that the proposal to build a new primary school at Coosan has been left off the schools building list for 2016.

Anger among councillors as they prepare yet another windfarm submission

 

All you need is love

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Love is in the air. It is hard to miss the oversized cards, bright red inflatable hearts and beautifully packaged chocolates occupying pride of place at the front of shopping aisles. Or the stunning displays of red roses, jewellery and fragrance gift sets. All of which herald the onset of St Valentine’s Day.

Anger management counselling

Knock Counselling Service, in conjunction with the Irish Association for Anger Management, is running a two-day intensive anger management programme on Saturday and Sunday, September 6 and 7.

Knock course is helping people tackle anger issues

Almost as many women as men are seeking help for their anger issues at a Knock based counselling service.

The return of traffic – don’t fall victim to road rage

Most of our schools will be back over the next week or so and that means an end to the holiday season and the return of commuting traffic. The towns and cities become much busier, the weather worsens and the impatience needle moves up the dial towards red.

The return of traffic – don’t fall victim to road rage

Most of our schools will be back over the next week or so and that means an end to the holiday season and the return of commuting traffic. The towns and cities become much busier, the weather worsens and the impatience needle moves up the dial towards red.

Managing change in difficult times

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Have you lost your job? Are you in debt? Is your home under threat? Are you afraid to tell your family just how bad things really are?

Sixteen ways to kickstart your confidence

1.Try to beat self defeating thinking. Many of us hold very negative opinions of ourselves and bombard our minds with these images. It is important to establish if these evaluations are based on fact, most are not. Then, make a conscious decision to try to stop putting yourself down mentally. People offend in this regard regularly, they tell themselves they are stupid/useless/talentless.

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