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Anger management

An anger management course will take place in the Ballina Family Resource Centre, Abbey Street, Ballina, for one evening a week.

Anger management

An anger management programme will commence in early May in the Ballina Family Resource Centre, Abbey Street, Ardnaree.

Golden Days

My irritating mother

Fat Tony’s turns six with more outlets on the way

Fat Tony’s Barbers in the heart of Liosban on the Tuam Road is a barber’s like no other, offering a traditional men’s barbers as well as a variety of male grooming services. Celebrating six years in business this August, Fat Tony’s has proven to be a huge success and very popular with its loyal clientele.

Too drunk to remember where home was

A man who was so drunk he was unable to tell a taxi driver where he lives has been fined €200 for public intoxication.

The motion of emotion with Katja Wittmer

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E(MOTION) — Katja Wittmer’s recent work deals with the motion of emotion; a visual journey which shows how emotions influence our perception, always changing, unpredictable, always in motion.

Wildlife photo exhibition

An exhibition of photography by Kevin Murphy titled the Wildlife of County Mayo is on display in the Custom House Studios, Westport.

Proust Questionnaire

What is your idea of perfect happiness?

New Engineering degree has designs on innovation and invention

NUI Galway is to offer a new electronic engineering degree, via the CAO, called the BE. in engineering innovation – electronic. The new four-year course, with the option of a fifth year to achieve a masters, will deliver graduates with the skills and capabilities to start up their own company to design niche electronic products for world-wide markets.

WIld & Wonderful

Whether it’s the cold weather, the economic crisis, the hordes of Christmas shoppers or the short days and long evenings, the idea of hibernation takes on a particular appeal at this time of year. Wouldn’t it be wonderful to pull the duvet over your head and sleep through the Christmas frenzy, the New Year hysteria and the February gloom, and wake up when spring is on the point of reappearing? I suppose you’d regret missing out on all the fun bits, but in weaker moments it’s a very tempting thought all the same.

 

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