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So, there was Storm Ellen five days ago. As I am writing this, we are living through Storm Francis.
The world is beginning to open up, there are cars on the roads, children in the park, the hustle and bustle is back. But where is our place in a new world order? There's so much information about how to behave and how to act, it can be hard to find what fits for us.
Local Fine Gael Councillor, John Dolan, has spoken of his anger and those similar sentiments of his fellow farmers for the manner in which Irish agriculture was apportioned blame for climate change in a series of programmes broadcast on RTE television in recent times.
Now that the Autumn Equinox has passed and it’s absolutely, officially, positively autumn, it’s time to take stock of this summer, or this growing season in the garden, and decide what worked for you and what didn’t. If nothing at all worked and it’s time for a redesign, you know where to find me. (Hint – look at the top of the page). If it was mostly a good year though, and you’re happy with things in general, now’s a good time to plan a few tweaks.
Darol Anger and the Republic of Strings perform at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar onThursday, May 11 at 8pm as part of a Music Network tour. With his unique genre-bending blend of bluegrass, jazz, folk and classical styles, Grammy-nominated fiddler Darol Anger is a master of the unexpected, darting from Swedish polkas to Brazilian choro before segueing seamlessly into a soul classic — all delivered with the rollicking abandon of a hootenanny.
Residents of Athlone were left angry and bewildered this week as news filtered through that the proposal to build a new primary school at Coosan has been left off the schools building list for 2016.
Love is in the air. It is hard to miss the oversized cards, bright red inflatable hearts and beautifully packaged chocolates occupying pride of place at the front of shopping aisles. Or the stunning displays of red roses, jewellery and fragrance gift sets. All of which herald the onset of St Valentine’s Day.
Knock Counselling Service, in conjunction with the Irish Association for Anger Management, is running a two-day intensive anger management programme on Saturday and Sunday, September 6 and 7.
Almost as many women as men are seeking help for their anger issues at a Knock based counselling service.