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SONGWRITER, SINGER, poet, bass player, band leader, Black Irishman, icon - Phil Lynott is all of these things and Galway will pay tribute to the late master this week.
Twenty years on from the X case, the State has failed to give legislative effect to the Supreme Court ruling which granted women the right to an abortion in Ireland in limited circumstances.
An unplanned pregnancy at any age or at any stage in life can or may become a difficult and challenging time.
Philomena Lynott, the mother of Thin Lizzy leader and rock icon Phil Lynott, will be in Galway next weekend to sign copies of her book My Boy.
Residents in Mayo will now have access to a 24/7 suicide prevention helpline co-founded by national charity, 3Ts, following a donation of some €270,000 from patron Spar Ireland.
In a today’s society, we all have stresses and crises in our lives that can be alleviated through talking with a trained professional.
Local organisations have been advised to apply for grant aid made available to counselling services through the Family Support Agency in 2009.
Donations to this year’s Galway Advertiser charity fund will go towards extending a secondary school for girls in Tanzania, and funding a centre which looks after young women experiencing a crisis pregnancy in Galway.
The HSE National Counselling Service is a free service for any adult who has experienced the trauma of abuse or neglect in childhood.
A fertility programme based on 30 years of scientific research and practical experience has yielded the ultimate result for three local couples.