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When you spend €30 on No7 products you will get a choice of this set of fab No7 treats for the ladies, or a No7 For Men free gift set, containing seven essentials for men.
Increased birth rates are putting pressure on maternity services at Mullingar Hospital, according to new statistics released by the HSE.
Women interested in snapping up No7’s Protect and Perfect Intense beauty serum are advised to rush to Boots pharmacy before stocks run out.
Enable Ireland Disability Services is asking people with disabilities and parents of children with disabilities in Mayo to take part in an online survey investigating their experiences of taking part in social and leisure activities.
The latest book by Professor Bill Schabas, director of the Irish Centre for Human Rights at NUI Galway, addresses the ‘crime of crimes’ - genocide.
A ‘Bowlathon’ for Positive Ageing Week is to be held on Monday week by The Village Nursing Care Centre. In conjunction with City Limits, The Village Care Centre will sponsor a bowling day out for members of local active retirement groups.
The Galway Refugee Support Group will hold a coffee morning on Thursday October 1 between 10.30am and 12 noon to mark the launch of its new website www.grsg.ie.
The third World Contraception Day takes place on Saturday September 26 specifically targeting 18 to 25-year-olds. The theme of this year’s campaign is Your Life, Your Voice: Talk Contraception. Its objective is to encourage teenagers in particular to talk to people they trust, so they have all the information they need to prevent an unplanned pregnancy or sexually transmitted infection.
A new product which claims to deactivate ageing and rejuvenate the skin’s appearance and function in four weeks, is now available at University Late Night Pharmacy (opposite University Hospital Galway.)
A launch and information afternoon, relating to people with disabilities, will be held by the Helping Ourselves Live with Disability Group in the Gateway Hotel, Swinford, on Tuesday November 24 from 3pm to 5pm.