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Concerned with food intolerance?

Up to one in three people in Ireland may be suffering from food allergies, and if you could be one of them, find out with a food intolerance test with Honeybee Health Store on Lower Abbeygate Street.

Bye bye frizz — introducing the ultimate twelve week blow-dry at Noel Maher Hair Company

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The First by Sweet Professional gives you smoother and healthier hair in under an hour. It is 100 per cent formaldehyde-free and completely safe for you and your hair. Results last up to three months.

Tips to make gardening fun for kids

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As the weather starts to improve, we hope, it is time to get out in the garden and begin the tidy up from the winter months and sow new seeds and plants to harvest during the summer months.

Tips to make gardening fun for children

As the weather starts to improve, we hope, it is time to get out in the garden and begin the tidy up from the winter months and sow new seeds and plants to harvest during the summer months.

Work continues in Galway to secure high quality water supplies for more than 14,000 people

Five water supplies in Co Galway have been removed from the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) latest Remedial Action List (RAL) which was published this week.

The lowdown on chemicals in cosmetics from Au Naturel

There is growing concern in recent years over the harmful effects of unnatural foodstuffs such as artificial additives, preservatives, sweeteners, and flavourings in our food, and even of environmental pollutants.

Help for psoriasis sufferers

Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition characterised by raised patches of red and scaly skin. The scales are often itchy, but it is more unsightly and annoying as large dry white flakes of skin are continuously visible. This is from an over-production of skin layers.

The Fishmarket, 1908

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“The Younger Women with their cloaks draped around their heads looked piquant enough, their faces had not unfrequently the sweetest expression of passion, and their lips pouted charmingly. The old fisher-wives, on the other hand, who sat near the casks and smoked damp tobacco in short clay pipes, had something witchlike and menacing about them.” So wrote Julius Rodenberg in 1860. He obviously had a thing for beautiful young Galway women as he also wrote about them elsewhere. As for the older women, I would say they just glared at him because he did not buy any fish. Otherwise, what he wrote could be true of our 1908 photograph.

Drinking water in Galway is bad, very bad

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Poor water filtration systems in Galway are putting almost 30,000 people in danger of drinking contaminated water on a daily basis.

Galway company joins forces with UK equestrian institution

With its HQ in Milltown Galway, Oceanfeed™ Equine have joined forces with leading UK manufacturer of animal health and equestrian products; Battles UK.

 

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