Home & Garden

How to choose a new wardrobe

Thu, Jul 02, 2020

These days, we are all looking for ways to revamp our homes or furnish our new builds. We search for hours, inspecting magazines, exploring websites, and researching.

Health & Beauty

Walk-in GP service at Doctor 365

Thu, Jul 02, 2020

Doctor 365, previously known as Hr Clinic, is a GP service in Galway that offers a walk-in medical service seven days a week, 365 days a year, including Christmas and bank holidays from 10am to 7pm (closed daily for lunch from 2pm to 3pm). The clinic hopes to return to pre Covid-19 times of 10am to 9pm in the next couple of months.

Iceland Caroline Reaper Range

Food & Wine

A taste of summer: Iceland Ireland shares its top picks for sunny days.

Fri, Jul 03, 2020

The Irish summer is well and truly here, and there is no better way to celebrate than by adding some new delicious summer favourites to your freezer drawer to enjoy when the sun comes out with so many choices to choose from.


Pastures new await as Athlone Springs Hotel re-opens!

Mon, Jul 06, 2020

The Athlone Springs Hotel voted Midland Best Family hotel 2019 is the perfect location for you to enjoy a fun-filled holiday or relaxing break away. With the hotel’s friendly staff, modern bedrooms, state of the art leisure facilities, bar and restaurant and just five minutes away from the lively Athlone Town, you will be spoiled for choice.


Enjoy round 34 with food and a pint from Monroe's Tavern

Tue, Jul 07, 2020

With Monroe's Tavern announcing that it will open its doors to the world in late July, punters do not have the opportunity to watch round 34's matches in the pub's pleasant surroundings. However, the next best thing is available with Monroe's Takeaway and Dial-a-Pint service. Operating Wednesday to Sunday, simply call (091) 583 397 to place your order for food and a pint and the team at Monroe's will deliver right to your front door.

Cornflowers are perfect candidates for a wildflower meadow and are good for cutting too


Gardenwise | Wild about the Meadow

Tue, Jul 07, 2020

Since lockdown was lifted I’ve been travelling along the highways and byways on my way to clients’ gardens, and the wildflowers along the roadside verges never fail to take my breath away. In a ‘normal’ year, they are as much a marker of the seasons as the leaves on the trees, from wild primroses in April, to cow parsley and foxgloves in May, and the hundreds of nodding heads of the dog daisies in June. How precious they seem this year, when travel restrictions kept us confined, apart from daily walks, to whatever we had growing in our own gardens! There are still more to look forward to as summer unfolds, especially here in the Burren lowlands, with sky-blue scabious, aromatic wild marjoram and many others still waiting to flower, before the multitude of golden grass seed heads takes over in late summer.

Professor Brian McStay at the Biosciences Research Centre at NUI Galway. Photo: Aengus McMahon.

Education & Training

NUI Galway researcher elected to the European Molecular Biology Organization

Thu, Jul 09, 2020

The European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO) has bestowed NUI Galway’s Professor Brian McStay with the lifetime honour of EMBO membership in recognition of his achievements in the life sciences.


Read this weeks E-paper. Past editions also available from within this weeks digital copy.


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