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THE F-WORD, the city’s annual Feminist Festival returns from August 6 to 12, with an array of events ranging from music gigs, storytelling, workshops, political discussion, the visual arts, a march, a swim, and even bicycle repair!
There seems to be no downtime from tragedy and events now. As our news cycle goes to sleep on one side of the world, another erupts with a vengeance on the other side. Perhaps in years to come, the true impact of the events of the past two years on our mental health will come to be analysed and quantified.
Families hoping to retain ownership of the homes where they were raised are being hampered by a rule that bars some people from buying out their council homes according to Independent TD Noel Grealish
Do you want to improve your health, shape up, and get your waist back in 2017? Then go along to Lose Fat Around the Middle and learn why carrying excess fat around your middle is not just a cosmetic problem but can increase your risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, Alzheimer’s, and cancer. Glenville Nutrition will help you identify easy manageable steps to shape up without dieting.
The continued anti credit union policy of the Irish government which required voluntary directors to be subjected to greater regulation than the Directors of the commercial banks was unacceptable and needed to change.
A new group, the Galway Anti Racism Network, is organising a number of events over the coming weeks to promote its official launch, which will take place early next month.
Galway West/South Mayo RENUA Ireland candidate Nicola Daveron believes that a healthy state values and assists those who create jobs and wealth.
A survivor of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, will give a talk about his experience of the Holocaust in the Seminar Room of the Irish Centre for Human Rights at NUI Galway on Sunday, 8 November at 1pm.
When Charles Dickens first visited the United States in January 1842, the popularity of his books was such that he was mobbed by adoring crowds, feted and dined as the major celebrity that he undoubtedly was, and was guest of honour at a famous Valentine’s Ball in New York attended by 3,000 of the city’s great and good.