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For many people, the new year comes as an opportunity to kick some old habits and start afresh.
More than half (52 per cent) of employees think that new fathers in their organisation do not take the full parental leave they are entitled to, according to Hays Ireland’s Gender Diversity Report 2017.
This time of year many of us make positive lifestyle changes, quitting cigarettes being one of the top New Year’s resolutions. This is brilliant news, as more than 5,200 lives are lost to tobacco related illness each year in Ire land. But many people soon begin to find it hard and abandon their efforts. The highly addictive nature of nicotine is due to its effect on adrenal hormones, blood sugar, and brain chemistry. The good news is there are simple dietary changes that support the body and mind and reduce the unwanted cravings and side-effects.
An organisation within the Church of Ireland is organising a prayer vigil on Saturday in support of an international campaign which is calling for an end to violence against women.
It’s no secret that the Irish love their tea. The Irish drink more of this hot beverage per capita than any other country. The presence of tea making facilities is considered essential in any hotel room and is offered at breakfast, 'elevenses', lunch, dinner, and any time in between.
Last Friday night was the occasion for COPE Galway’s annual Sleep Out where 30 of the city’s business and community leaders spent 12 hours sleeping on the streets in a venture that has raised €110,000 to date for homelessness services.
Due to the ongoing rise in plant-based diets, it is very likely that more people than ever will be eating vegan during the festive period.
Whether you are visiting the beautiful lights of Galway, celebrating Christmas with colleagues, or simply soaking up the festive atmosphere of Galway city centre, Hotel Meyrick is a must this festive season.
THE FAULTY Towers: The Dining Experience recently tweeted that it has been playing to full houses in Ireland for nine years. It is a testament to the enduring popularity of the original show and to its faithful live reimagining by an extremely talented group of actors.
Minister of State for the Office of Public Works, Kevin “Boxer” Moran, has welcomed last Tuesday’s Budget announcement regarding incentives to hire older workers.