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Geoff Whiting to play Cellar comedy club

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BRITISH COMEDIAN Geoff Whiting - the man who gave Jimmy Carr his start - is coming to Galway to perform at The Cellar Comedy Club, which is marking its first birthday this month.

Type 2 diabetes – curse or reverse

Have you ever thought that having type 2 diabetes does not need to be a lifelong curse, a never ending journey of increasing medication and reducing quality of life.

Simple steps to better health with Orsmond Clinics

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Patrick, a farmer from Co Roscommon, was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes approximately 10 years ago by his GP and subsequently began taking prescription medications to control it. His diabetic medication was increased in 2016 when he began to take insulin injections, in addition to a long list of other prescription medications.

Cycleway bridge may hinge on Galway Greenway dispute

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Simple steps to better health with Orsmond Clinics

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Patrick, a farmer from Co Roscommon, was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes approximately 10 years ago by his GP and subsequently began taking prescription medications to control it. His diabetic medication was increased in 2016 when he began to take insulin injections, in addition to a long list of other prescription medications.

Roscommon County Youth Theatre presents ‘Animal Farm’

Be captivated as the talented young members of Roscommon County Youth Theatre play out George Orwell’s Animal Farm, from Thursday to Saturday, April 27 to 29 at Roscommon Arts Centre.

Passengers on the cancer bus — TG4 documentary follows remarkable journey

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The remarkable journey made by Donegal cancer patients who travel to Galway for essential treatment is to be subject of a fascinating documentary to be shown on TG4 next Wednesday night, April 19.

Galway farms targeted as part of health and safety checks

Inspectors from the Health and Safety Authority are carrying out spot checks on Galway farms this month in a bid to reduce the number of accidents causing injury and death.

Galway farms targeted as part of health and safety checks

Inspectors from the Health and Safety Authority are carrying out spot checks on Galway farms this month in a bid to reduce the number of accidents causing injury and death.

Has our best summer month just left us?

In terms of Irish summer months, June was very good to us. June does make a case for being Ireland’s best summer month. The highest temperature ever recorded in Ireland was 33.3°C at Kilkenny Castle in June 1887. One of the highest temperatures recorded in Mayo since the early 1940s was 30.5°C, recorded at Claremorris in June 1983. What is in store for us weather-wise in the coming months? There are alternative forecasts to RTÉ’s nightly offering which often seems to hedge its bets and contradict itself by the end of the broadcast. Long before Evelyn Cusack appeared on television, local folklore determined what weather may be expected.

 

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