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Relight your fire during lockdown

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The run up to Christmas can be stressful enough, but when we are also in a second lockdown and things seem full of uncertainty it can play havoc with our mental health. Maybe you have had enough of it all, and are feeling sick and tired of the situation and slipping into melancholy and depression. Chinese medicine, which uses powerful acupressure points and food-medicine for the body and soul, has some simple, easy tips to take care of yourself and raise your mood.

Dining in is the new dining out

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The lockdown means that we can no longer enjoy dining at our favourite restaurants, or indeed discovering new favourites, but that does not mean we have to forego the pleasure and convenience of a professionally prepared meal.

Lockdown brings drop in crime in city, but speeding offences double

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The restrictions of lockdown were the probable causative factors of the decline in almost all criminal activity in the city for the first nine months of this year, the City Council Joint Policing Committee meeting was told this week.

Classes and workshops at Engage Art Studios

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Engage Art Studios in Lower Salthill is hosting a new Visual Arts Education programme for adults throughout October and November, with classes in portrait painting and etching.

Online auctions performing well despite post-lockdown fears

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Online auction specialist IAM Sold Property Auctions, which runs the Connacht, Munster, Leinster, and Northern Ireland Property Auctions, says that demand remains strong in the property market post lockdown.

Paddock to Prom as fashionistas get ready for Race Week fun

Fashionistas and dapper gents get racing-ready and join the team at the Salthill Hotel for the 2020 Galway Races Summer Festival from Wednesday July 29 through to Friday July 31 for its Paddock to Prom Race Week luncheons.

Pride Inside - LGBT+ online events start this weekend

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COVID-19 and the continuing restrictions means there will not be a Pride parade in Galway this summer, filling the city's streets with colour and joyfulness, but the need for advocacy, activism, and community spirit remains as important as ever.

The ultimate Man’s Shed — Hector in Lockdown

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We might be used of Hector, Ireland’s most famous intrepid traveller taking us to far flung lands all over the world but now like the rest of us he is in lockdown.

Lyons demands gardaí be more proactive in fining cyclists on the Prom

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Despite fewer cars on the roads than ever before, the problem of people cycling on Salthill Promenade persists, an activity which is against the law and which also makes social distancing difficult.

Breakdown figures climbing as lockdown limits car use

In recent days, the AA Rescue service says that it has seen an increase in breakdown call-outs, with many instances of a car fault being caused by lack of use during the current COVID-19 restrictions. To help people stay safe at home and keep their car in running order, the AA Rescue team have put together some top tips to be aware of.

 

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