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Claremorris Drama Group is to present the comedy play ‘Widows' Paradise’ over five days in Ballyhaunis, Irishtown, Claremorris, Kiltimagh and Garrymore. The play will raise money for 10 different voluntary organisations, namely ISCPA, Ballyhaunis Ladies Football, Meals on Wheels, Gaelscoile De Burca, Claremorris Family Resource Centre and Claremorris Bord na nOg, Claremorris Ladies Rugby, Kiltimagh Scouts, No Name Balla, and Gortskehy National School.
Nutrition is one of the only areas where someone can take action to help avoid eye health problems. If you take control of this area of your life you can significantly reduce the risk of having poor eyesight or even going blind.
Ahead of World COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) Day, which takes place on Wednesday, November 21, COPD Support Ireland, the umbrella body for 20 local COPD support groups, has announced a community-based exercise programme for people with COPD in County Westmeath.
Stress is a serious problem for a lot of people in this busy modern world and its health repercussions are very worrying.
Stress can cause people to feel strung out, restless, tense, anxious and irritable and can make them lose concentration.
WASHINGTON DC'S Keegan Theatre returns to Galway for the first time in two years, when it stages David Mamet’s darkly comic and shattering classic American Buffalo at the Town Hall Theatre.
Summer means blockbuster movies and there is a great line up of entertainment at Mayo Movie World at the minute.
WILD FIRE Nights, a hard-hitting contemporary drama written and directed by Galway actor Emma Eliza Regan, receives its world premiere at the Galway Film Fleadh when it is screened as part of the Way Out West strand.
Willie Mullins, once the leading amateur jockey, now the leading national hunt trainer in Ireland; Gordon Elliott, once a decent amateur jockey himself, now challenging Mullins’ domination of the Irish NH racing scene; the Cheltenham Festival, once the mecca for NH racing fans from Ireland and the UK, always the mecca for NH racing fans from Ireland and the UK.
Willie Mullins, once the lead- ing amateur jockey, now the leading National Hunt Train- er in Ireland; Gordon Elliott, once a decent amateur jock- ey himself, now challenging Willie Mullins’ domination of the Irish NH racing scene; the Cheltenham Festival, once the Mecca for NH racing fans from Ireland and the UK, always the Mecca for NH racing fans from Ireland and the UK.