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Passengers using Ireland West Airport on the day that Pope Francis flies into Mayo have been advised to disregard sat-nav and follow diversion signs as there will be significant road closures to allow for the pontiff’s visit.
The Local Enterprise Office will offer short training courses in marketing, web, and social media this autumn.
Hi, my name is Kieran O Malley, I’m from a beautiful part of Mayo called Bonniconlon, located in the foothills of the Ox mountains, close to Ballina. I moved to Galway in 2000 when I came here to study marketing in GMIT and spent seven incredibly happy years in the place, during which time I had the honour of being Student Union President amongst other roles. I currently work as part of the digital marketing team for the Connacht Hospitality team, which includes An Pucan, 1520, Hyde Bar, The Connacht Hotel, The Forster Court Hotel, the Residence Hotel and Active 24 Fitness. Outside work I enjoy soccer and blogging, my blog The Galway Player has helped to develop a greater understanding and appreciation of this amazing city and its people. The business community of Galway have been unbelievably supportive of my blog and I endeavour to return the favour whenever possible through my social media channels. My favourite thing about Galway is definitely the people and my favourite place is the Prom in Salthill where I can be found most free evenings.
If you are obsessed with make-up, you will be excited to hear that the Matte to Metallic crew are coming to town. Matt O'Flaherty Chemists and Makeup Revolution Ireland are having a lunchtime masterclass on campus at Aras Moyola in NUI Galway at 1pm on Tuesday March 6.
As autumn approaches, local heart and stroke charity Croi is encouraging everyone to set some fitness goals of walking, jogging, or running by aiming to participate in the third annual Croí Galway Night Run on the Prom which takes place this year on Friday October 13 at 8pm and will once again be sponsored by Evergreen Healthfoods.
As a result of the Westport Airshow there will be a number of temporary road closures and traffic restrictions throughout Westport on Sunday, May 14. A comprehensive traffic management plan is in place to get Westport Airshow visitors in and out of the town as quickly as possible. The organisers of the air show are encouraging visitors to the event to travel sustainably, ie, walk, cycle, car share or take public transport. There will be designated car parks available for visitors.
Sporting, voluntary and business organisations, with An Garda Síochána, have joined forces with the Galway County Council to help launch a new approach to anti-litter and illegal dumping.
Breastfeeding is a natural way to feed your baby. It gives them all the nutrition they need at the correct temperature and is great for when you are busy and on the go.I breastfed both my children but it is not always easy, especially on your first child. It takes patience, practice and support. Getting support can sometimes make the difference between continuing beyond the first few days or weeks or giving up entirely.
Continuing its ongoing commitment to champion minor hurlers and footballers, Electric Ireland has launched the Electric Ireland GAA Minor Star Awards.
Asylum seekers and their children have spent years living in an institutional setting that was designed as a short-term solution. They are accommodated by the State in residential institutions, under a reception system known as Direct Provision. Direct Provision is intended to provide for the welfare of asylum seekers and their families as they await decisions on their asylum application. It ‘directly provides’ essential services, medical care, accommodation, and board with three meals a day provided at set times. When the the system was established in 2000, it was described as an interim solution to the high numbers of asylum seekers entering the State in search of protection, and the growing concerns about the risk of homelessness for that population. More than 15 years later, little has changed in the physical conditions, supports, or treatment of asylum seekers while they remain in these centres.