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Cherishing all the children equally?

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Back in the 1960s my late mother had a two-door Morris Mini-Minor. The mini, about the size of a dog-kennel on wheels, was our family car for years (dad drove a van used for deliveries). I think the mini won the Monte Carlo Rally at one time and it became famous. Towards the end of the decade it actually became cool to have a Mini-Minor after the film The Italian Job, starring Michael Caine. But my brother and I had long legs, and the car became a torture chamber on long journeys. We hated the car. There was little room for us and later for my sister, and all her stuff, the dog (who went ballistic if he saw another dog on the street), the weekly shopping, and all the detritus that family cars gather.

People of the Tribes : Meet Vicky

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Hi, my name is Vicky Casey and I'm from Galway! I am a busy mum of two. My children, Ava and Spencer are the reason for everything I do including creating Caprice with my husband John. I love meeting and greeting all our fabulous customers and friends... Creating a beautiful space to catch up with loved ones. There is always something going on in Galway city it's such a young and vibrant city which makes us unique to other cities around Ireland.

Fantasy Football Review

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And so round seven of the Premier League concluded with a hard fought 1-1 draw between Newcastle and Liverpool at St James' Park on Sunday evening.

Manager of the Month: January

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January saw plenty of Premier League action with five game weeks in play and Fantasy Football managers just loved it as their teams garnered point after point.

Return of inter-county action sees packed January schedule

A busy January beckons for Westmeath footballers and hurlers, who return to inter-county action at the weekend.

It heartens me to see so many people out running

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Sonia O'Sullivan will headline an event in the Salthill Hotel next Wednesday as part of the celebrations to mark 100 years of Irish Schools Athletics.

#wakingthefeministswest - showcasing creative women

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INSPIRED BY the #WakingTheFeminists movement, #wakingthefeministswest will celebrate west of Ireland female voices in theatre, dance, devised work, work from the archives, and work by emerging writers.

It's easy to lay blame from the outside

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Now that the dust has settled and Mayo’s 2015 attempt to win back the Sam Maguire cup for the first time since 1951 came to a very disappointing end, I was somewhat amazed at the way the media and general public analysed the situation. You have to be thick skinned to be a manager of a senior inter-county team; I know I will never be. The knives are most certainly out. Everybody bar the team’s kit man has had some level of blame directed towards them.

Galway disappoints in latest litter survey

The latest survey by the Irish Business Against Litter (IBAL) alliance shows Galway city as ‘moderately littered’, losing its Clean to European Norms status, and in 33rd position in the ranking of 40 towns and cities nationwide.

Bollywood producers target Galway as location for Indian blockbusters

Some of the top names in the world of Bollywood have targetted Galway and the west of Ireland as strong locations for several Indian blockbuster movies to be shot over the next few years.

 

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