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Talented youngsters create new exhibition ‘You Booze You Looze’

A new exhibition from a group of talented young Galwegians is currently on display in the Galway City Library.

Youngsters create new exhibition ‘You Booze You Looze’

A new exhibition from a group of talented young Galwegians is currently on display in the Galway City Library.

Alcohol awareness campaign criticised

Retired GP and former GAA president, Dr Mick Loftus from Crossmolina, has added his voice to those opposed to a new drinks industry funded alcohol awareness campaign.

Campaign to stop binge drinking is just a public relations stunt says councillor

A campaign aimed at stopping out-of-control drinking, which is funded by the drinks industry, has been slammed as a public relations exercise.

New alcohol awareness campaign targets schoolchildren

A new alcohol awareness campaign in Mayo is to target primary schoolchildren and their parents in the first programme of its kind in the country.

Frances Black launches Midlands Drug and Alcohol Awareness Week

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The Midland Regional Drug and Alcohol Task Force is running its annual Drug and Alcohol Awareness Week this week from November 10-14, with some 22 events taking place across Westmeath, Longford, Laois, and Offaly.

Small Mayo pubs ‘struggling to stay afloat’

The Drinks Industry Group of Ireland has called for more government supports for Mayo’s 376 pubs, following the publication of a report which found 80 per cent of tourists ranked the Irish pub experience as a top reason to visit here.

Get ready for summer chic at The Prince Bar and Karma Nightclub

Friday night is upon us again and what better way to round up your week than with cocktails in the Prince Bar! Tonight The Prince invites you to join them in a taste of their new cocktail menu, with two for one cocktails all night - a great excuse to round up your friends!

Ban below cost alcohol to save jobs, urge Galway off-licences

The Government is being urged to support independent off licences by reducing excise duty and banning below cost selling of alcohol, a move which according to members of the National Off-Licence Association in Galway will help retain jobs.

Galway to Heuston Sunday rail service is now alcohol free

Following persistent complaints from customers about regular instances of anti-social behaviour connected to excessive alcohol consumption on board the 1pm Sunday service from Galway to Heuston, Iarnród Éireann Irish Rail has made the decision to make it an officially alcohol-free service.

 

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