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Local man Thomas Carroll moved to the UK when he was young and lived and worked there as a painter and decorator, though he and his wife always planned to move back to his beloved Ireland. In his later years, Thomas gained weight and was around two stone overweight. This affected his health and he was in great pain with his knees, having to have cortisone injections to help alleviate his pain. Due to these health problems, he retired two years earlier than planned.
"When I started eight weeks ago as a 36-year-old, father of two, with a demanding career and a diet that had mostly consisted of high sugar and high carbohydrate foods, I had allowed myself reach a whopping 22.8 stone.
The Skipper Expo Int. Galway 2016 held in the city earlier this month has been hailed a great success with a record number of exhibitors and visitors.Sponsored by BIM, crowds thronged the show over the two days, attracted by a diverse range of stands covering virtually every area of the fishing industry equipment and supply sectors.
An exciting new development is on the way at Temple Lodge & Spa, Horseleap, Moate, for anyone interested in rolling back the years and revealing fresh, beautiful skin.
KÍLA BRING their funky brand of hip-shaking, smile-making, groovy trad to Monroe’s Live on Wednesday March 16, where audiences can expect music from across their long career, including tracks from Suas Síos, the band's 10th studio album, launched to critical acclaim last year.
ROSS BROWNE, star of RTE’s The Fear, and the man behind such characters as Jimmy, Bad Bouncer, Sergeant Major, and Dolf, will headline the Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh tomorrow [Friday March 11] from 8.30pm.
A magnificent family home at No 29 Seamount, Salthill, has just come to the market with city agent DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard. This home is bound to tick a lot of boxes for buyers looking in this area. The exclusive Seamount development, just off the Promenade at Blackrock, is definitely one of the most exclusive and sought after locations in the city and is ideally located within a short walk of the Prom, local schools, and Galway Golf Club. UHG is a five minute commute, as is the city centre.
THREE OF Ireland's greatest songwriters, Phil Coulter, Luka Bloom and Jimmy McCarthy, have lavished praise on folk-rock musician Davie Furey and his debut album Easy Come Easy Go.
THE TOWN Hall bar might be an unlikely venue for viewing fine art but under Margaret Nolan’s canny stewardship it has hosted a succession of superb shows. Next week sees the opening of the venue’s latest exhibition, a series of Achill landscapes by ex-computer boffin, ex-accountancy student, ex-clothing retailer, and ex-rock musician, Padraig McCaul, a Dubliner who has made his home on the Mayo island.
Digestion problems can be debilitating to say the least, with symptoms ranging from cramping to nausea, bloating, constipation, diarrhoea, and IBS.