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Loss and loneliness can be particularly difficult to cope with over the Christmas period. A six-week Bereavement Support Programme will be held in Iorras Le Chéile, Community Development Project, Main Street, Belmullet starting on Wednesday December 16 at 7pm.
Tomorrow, Saturday December 19, the CRC 102.9 fm current affairs programme Saturday Forum will feature a debate on a side of Christmas which most of us, fortunately, never experience. To many people Christmas is a time of plenty, a time of joy and happiness, but there are others for whom Christmas is a time of great worry and stress, a time when concerns about money and the basic necessities of life come to the fore.
Keith Barry is back with a bang, bringing his brand new tour The Asylum around the country in January 2010, and on January 2 he will be bringing the show to the Royal Theatre, Castlebar. Following on from his sold out tour Direct From Vegas, Keith, who was voted Mentalist of the Year 2009 and best magician in Las Vegas in 2009, will bring his dazzling blend of magic, mentalism, and hypnosis around the country this January. With a never before seen show, The Asylum is one you won’t want to miss!
THE GALWAY Arts Centre’s Winter Classes Programme starts again this month with classes for children and adults. So if you want to get creative in 2010 here is your chance.
Make your resolutions last at the Kingfisher Club
New research from Aviva reveals that approximately 20 per cent of those completing an online health check and who admit to smoking are from Mayo.
Boots has launched a free stop smoking service, Stop for Good, aimed at those who are thinking about or who have decided to stop smoking.
Westmeath has more smokers than any other county in Ireland, according to new research published by health insurer Hibernian Aviva.
Is marriage only to be between a man and a woman? Is marriage not about the love two people feel for each other regardless of gender?
It is that time of year again when Mayo Roller Bowl runs the inter-business league. This league has been running for the past 17 years and has proved very successful with businesses all over Mayo competing. People are invited to enter a team of three players (and a sub) to compete on a weekly basis against other businesses in the county. It is a very enjoyable league for both new bowlers and experienced bowlers. It does not matter whether players have ever bowled before, because it is a handicap league with all players receiving a handicap to help them along.