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Luckless Buccs lose out to Cork Constitution

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Aware relatives and friends programme is coming to Mayo this October

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Aware, Ireland’s leading organisation providing support, education and information services around depression and bipolar disorder, today announced that the new Relatives and Friends Programme will be available to the people of Mayo this October. The free programme, six hours over the course of four weeks, aims to provide helpful information about depression and bipolar disorder, provide practical advice, and address the challenges faced each day when supporting a loved one experiencing depression or bipolar disorder.

People with disabilities struggling to survive on their modest income

More than 60 per cent of people with disabilities are struggling to live on their income, with many regularly going without food and heat to make ends meet, according to a survey by Rehab Group.

More than 100 people with disabilities on social housing waiting list

The Government needs to take urgent action to address new figures which reveal at least 116 people with disabilities are on social housing waiting lists in Westmeath, according to one of the country’s largest charities, Rehab.

Taking on the world... and winning

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In a room filled to capacity, with almost 2,000 budding culinary writers and publishers in attendance, Galway author Michael O’Meara sits on the edge of his seat and thinks.

World’s best cookbook written in Galway

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was crowned the best cookbook in the world at an international awards ceremony in China last week.

Michael O’Meara’s Sea Gastronomy nominated for Best Cookbook in the World award

Sea Gastronomy: Fish and Shellfish of the North Atlantic by Michael O’Meara, published by Artisan House Connemara, has been shortlisted for two accolades in the world’s most prestigious culinary writing awards, the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards 2016.

Dramatic fall in the number of young people smoking in Ireland

The Irish Cancer Society has welcomed the latest research that shows only eight per cent of young people aged between 10 and 17 smoke, and says that these statistics show Ireland can become tobacco-free.

 

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