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2009 wasn’t a great year for most. Dole queues lengthened. People who never dreamed they would become a statistic joined the live register. Month in, month out, we reported increases in unemployment citing stats and figures. But what we must remember is you aren’t a statistic. You are so much more than that. You have contributed to Ireland’s reputation as a highly skilled nation. Gone is the tiger, but your worth and your importance are what must be cherished and reinvested in next year.
For those of you who missed the pre-Christmas flavour of Kirwan’s Lane in Galway’s Latin Quarter there is still a chance to savour the unique charm of this fairylight wonderland over the holiday period.
Chances are, at some time in your life, you've made a New Year's resolution - and then broken it. This year, Sustainable Energy Ireland (SEI) gives you seven really good reasons to resolve to make permanent changes in your energy use and therefore make big savings on your energy bill.
As we move into 2010, many people will be glad to let go of some of the memories or events that accompanied them in 2009. Some people may wish that they were healthier and want to give up cigarettes, cut down on the alcohol, eat more healthily and exercise more.
Mayo SPCA urgently needs caring homes for dogs, mostly rescued over the holiday period. Details/photos of other animals in care can be seen on the website www.mayospca.com. Those shown here are just a small sample of those in need.
The opening of a new cycle park at Salerno secondary school in Salthill tomorrow (Friday) will encourage more students to choose the fitter option of cycling to school.
The words “Italian” and “He plays a mean guitar” don’t go hand in hand naturally. After all how many Italian guitar wizards can you think of?
Salsa dancing is an excellent way to stay healthy and fit and who better to do it with than with an experienced, professional, dancer from Latin America. Vitor from Brazil and his colleague Anna have formed Salsamania Ireland (www.salsamania.ie), teaching salsa classes all over the country. He has danced with international and national companies such as Cois Ceim, and was awarded an MA in dance performance from the University of Limerick.
Rita Mylett, a personal styling and image consultant and Network Mayo’s Business Woman of the Year, offers Mayo Advertiser readers some tips about making a statement this new year.
Ballina Fine Gael councillor Michelle Mulherin is to become a full member of the Committee of Regions. This is a committee of the European Union which has to be consulted by the European Commission and the EU Council in regard to matters of local and regional authorities.