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Can you see where you’re going?

In the dark, it is not just drivers and riders who need to be a bit more careful, vulnerable road users such as pedestrians need to be aware of the dangers too.

Galway Repeal movement launches 'alternative' Valentine's cards

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Members of the Galway Coalition to Repeal the Eighth Amendment will be on Shop Street this afternoon selling 'alternative' Valentine's Day cards, with the cards containing various arguments in favour of repeal.

Love yourself, love your bed

Loving yourself requires a long-term commitment to the triumvirate of health – proper nutrition, regular exercise, and adequate sleep. When you really want to treat yourself, you may even invest in the occasional pampering or luxury experience to reward yourself and recharge.

Love yourself, love your bed

Loving yourself requires a long-term commitment to the triumvirate of health – proper nutrition, regular exercise, and adequate sleep. When you really want to treat yourself, you may even invest in the occasional pampering or luxury experience to reward yourself and recharge.

Bi Visibility Week events in Galway

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Bisexuality is one of the least understood or publicly recognised forms of sexual orientation, one which often faces prejudice from within minority and majority sexualities, leading to the phenomenon of 'bi-erasure'.

Exposure to the language of hate will strengthen our resolve to oppose it

There seems to be no downtime from tragedy and events now. As our news cycle goes to sleep on one side of the world, another erupts with a vengeance on the other side. Perhaps in years to come, the true impact of the events of the past two years on our mental health will come to be analysed and quantified.

We need healthy small towns

I love small towns. I am the product of one. The first two decades of my life were shaped within the confines of one. Back then, towns were in their heyday. While there were cities beyond the hills, everything we seemed to need was available in the small town. Sure, we had a chipper to feed everyone and a town hall to hold everything in, and to provide custom for the chipper. And we had two telephone kiosks, some schools and two churches, and three banks and a town library (in my house) and a lake and a few roads out of it. What more could a body ask for? What else in life did we need, even if there was something mildly attractive about the few roads out?

The food of love

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Valentine's Day is the day of romance and passion, but that does not mean that you cannot make the day memorable if you are not in a relationship. Single guys listen to friends complain about having to buy gifts for their girlfriends on Valentine's Day, while wishing they had someone to buy for themselves. Boyfriend bonfires and copious ice-cream consumption are the yearly Valentine's Day prescriptions for single women. It might just be a silly holiday created by greeting card companies, but that does not dull the sting of Valentine’s Day for the newly, or perpetually, single.

Some Galway women in 1916

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‘The main cause of disloyalty in the county,’ wrote the RIC inspector for Galway East 1916, ‘were the priests and the women of Athenry!’

Athlone Film Club screen award-winning French film Amour

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Athlone Film Club continues its winter season with the award-winning French dramatic film , Love (Amour), on Tuesday November 26 at 8pm in the Dean Crowe Theatre. Winner of the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival 2012 and the Oscar for Best Foreign Film 2013, Amour is a film not to be missed.

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