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Are you finding it difficult to keep to your New Year resolutions? Would you like to learn a new way of goal setting that can deliver? And not just for the New Year?
Cindy Park was aged 31 when she was diagnosed with a condition which she says today has robbed her of four years of her life.
Newly-crowned Galway intermediate hurling champions Maigh Cuillinn head to Athleague (2pm) on Sunday to take on Four Roads in the Connacht final.
The Italians know something. It is not something that is finger-put-on-able, nor is it easy to define. It’s got to do with lifestyle and most people who've visited the country on holidays find themselves agreeing; Italians do lifestyle, they just do it better. For example, Italian men indulge heartily in both food and fashion without losing an ounce of their macho credibility (Italian football anyone?).
The Village Nursing Care Centre in Craughwell was last week announced as a finalist for the second annual NHI Care Awards.
A fundraiser with a difference takes place in the Clayton Hotel on October 1 when the Insurance Institute of Galway’s holds a mock wedding in aid of Oranmore-based children’s cancer charity Hand in Hand.
An Oranmore man who gleaned information from the internet on how to grow cannabis plants admitted his “stupidity” and “naivity” at Galway District Court this week before being ordered to carry out community service.
Whether for business or for pleasure it is comforting to know that when you reach your destination there is a beautiful room to rest a weary head, a cup of refreshing tea, and friendly staff to greet you, that is the ethos of the Oranmore Lodge Hotel where Ireland of the welcomes and Galway of the cead mile failte is not only an integral part of the business but a way of life.
Maree’s men’s basketball could be heading for the big time. The Oranmore-based outfit has begun the Superleague application process which, if accepted, could see them playing in the top league alongside fellow Galway side Moycullen.
Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology is to join forces with the Marine Institute to further develop marine research capabilities, undergraduate and postgraduate marine science programmes and, staff training and development initiatives at the two organisations.